May 2011 Blog Posts (2)

Jazz and the Femanine Touch!

As a female song writer producer and performer, I am still trying to find that spark of light in the music where the females are comfortably putting it down hard and naturally...it still, to some extent, appears we are either trying to be LIKE the male musicians/producers or simply being a pretty face up front on the stage. In honor of Anna Mae Winburn, Mary Lou Williams and even now Patrice Rushen and Gail Jhonson...ladies lets remember...its MUSIC 12 notes....embrace it, live it love it,…

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Added by Candace Mahogany Miller on May 26, 2011 at 12:02pm — 1 Comment

Founder's Blog: Jazz Roots' Super Sax Show w/ David Sanborn & Candy Dulfer (ATTPAC's Winspear)

 

When the opportunity arises to support jazz in our area, I'm committed. The Festival is committed. It's important to,  where possible, attend these concerts and support the organizations that are trying to provide programming to our interest. So, I wanted to congratulate…

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Added by Uptown Jazz Dallas IJF on May 13, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

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Pappy Makes A Great Burger

by Steven Doyle It might make for a better story if Pappy’s Old Fashioned Hamburger, Inc was run by Pappy O’Daniel. I envision the rotund man sweeping the crumbs off the floor while whistling a few Soggy Bottom Boy’s tunes. In … Continue reading

Michael Kenna Solo Exhibit at PDNB Gallery

by Jennifer Thomas This will be PDNB Gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the renowned landscape photographer, Michael Kenna (b. 1953, Widnes, Lancashire, England). This very special show will highlight photographs of France taken in the past several decades. The exhibition … Continue reading

Malai Kitchen, a Bruncher’s Paradise

by Steven Doyle Patio season is officially full on after the devastatingly hot and dry summer. The pooches are leading their sexy owners by the string past the cabanas that are playing soothing street music as cars bustle by to … Continue reading

Where To Find A Great Banh Mi In Dallas

by Steven Doyle The banh mi has become more popular in the past few years in Dallas. You see them on menus fused, and sometimes dazed and confused. The sandwich is a by-product of the French occupation of Vietnam, and starts … Continue reading

Eat Me: The Banh Xeu at Vietnam

by Steven Doyle Bánh Xèo is a Vietnamese dish that is a savory fried style of pancake made from rice flour, water, turmeric powder, then stuffed with slivers of  shrimp, pork, chicken and diced green onions and bean sprouts. They are … Continue reading

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