more about: Dallas

A Perfect Day in Dallas

In our Dallas Summer in the South Guide, fashion maven Abi Ferrin shared her itinerary for a perfect summer day in Dallas. To live like a local for a day start with a relaxing Tsada Yoga session, then have breakfast alfresco on the patio of Company Cafe. After mimosas and a tasty organic omelette, take the 20-minute drive to The Harbor at Rockwall […]

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On the Road in Dallas

Staff photographer Art Meripol just got back from a whirlwind trip to Dallas, in which he spent time snapping the trendy Design District. Here, he shares the experience through his iPhone lens complete with cool filters and insider tips for visiting the neighborhood. 

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Going Once. Going Twice. Facebook Auctions Sweeping the South

Trend Alert: Facebook auctions are the South’s favorite new way to shop.

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Last Shiver of Summer: 10 Ice Pops to Try Now

One the South’s favorite ways to chill out is also the most delicious–fruit based ice pops. They’re just what we need during one of the hottest summers on record, and their icy goodness has spawned shops from North Carolina’s Outer Banks to heat-parched Austin.

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Top 10: Shopping With The Women of Taigan.com

In the past two years Taigan.com, has become a preeminent source for the most discerning online shoppers. Behind that success are Southern gals, CEO Elizabeth Nichols and founder Mary Catherine McClellan. The duo spends a lot of time travelling the country searching for the best of boutiques and craftsmen.

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ACME F&B Opens In Dallas, Serves Whole Animal

ACME F&B owners Brianna Larson, Brooke Humphries, Colleen O’Hare and Jeana Johnson/ Photo by Joy Zhang ACME F&B, opening in Dallas tomorrow, takes whole-animal cooking up a notch by featuring a menu that varies through the night as the kitchen makes its way through serving the entire protein-source—while you might start out ordering a steak, later diners might be served sweetbreads. ACME, […]

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Chef Craig Noone of Parlor Market in Jackson, MS Passes

Chef Craig Noone at Parlor Market in August We at Southern Living were saddened to hear of the passing of Craig Noone, 32, executive chef and owner of the Parlor Market restaurant in Jackson, Mississippi (featured in the November issue of Southern Living), on Friday, October 14. A Jackson native, Craig attended Jackson Academy before receiving a business degree from Mississippi […]

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Hoop Your Way To A Hotel Discount

Recently I’ve started hooping for exercise. As in hula hooping, the thing that you did when you were a kid. It’s a ridiculous amount of fun, and there are even health benefits (but that’s another story for another time). Let’s just say you can’t feel bad when you have a brightly colored hoop spinning around your body and the music […]

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Go Local in Dallas: Reasons 16-20

Continuing our local’s look into the city of Dallas, here are the next five reasons to visit Big D. Also, I didn’t mention that this list of 25 is not ranked. It’s a sum-greater-than-the-parts deal. OK, let’s get to it. 16. They’ve painted the town.

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Go Local in Dallas: Reasons 21-25

In the February issue of Southern Living, I wrote about "the most misunderstood metropolis in America" — Dallas. Big D. The Other Dubai. The Central Coast. Where the east ends. The nicknames help to push this fashionable boom city into unflattering light. Fortunately, we don’t research with Wikipedia. Truth be told, Dallas is a killer town. I’ve never in my […]

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