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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Omar Flores Pop Up At Urbano Cafe Sept 25th

by Steven Doyle Missing Omar Flores at Casa Rubia in Trinity Groves? He is frying chicken and rolling biscuits at his restaurant Whistlebritches, soon to open a second version of this southern-style restaurant. But you may try some of his … Continue reading

The Delicious History Of TexMex (And Where To Find It In Dallas)

Herrera’s Enchiladas From chili and nachos to fajitas and enchiladas, Tex-Mex could be called the ultimate comfort food. Despite its enormous popularity all over the United States, it’s an understatement to say that Tex-Mex has struggled to get respect as … Continue reading

Talk Like A Pirate At 20 Feet Seafood Joint

by Steven Doyle Arrrrrr, it is National Talk Like A Pirate Day and it didn’t take us too long to figure out the only restaurant that is fit for a pirate is Twenty Feet in East Dallas. You may wish to … Continue reading

Keller’s Drive-In Still Hopping After 67 Years

by Steven Doyle Keller’s Drive-In has been a Dallas staple since 1950 when Jack Keller opened his first drive-in in Dallas. Having worked at the original drive-in which was located on Chalk Hill off the DFW Turnpike, the Pig Stand, … Continue reading

How Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin Make A Burger

by Steven Doyle We are not exactly sure if these burger recipes are legit, but we found them extremely entertaining.  For those who prefer not to see salty language, you may not want to click further.  Kudos to any restaurant … Continue reading

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