The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Incorporated (TBAAL), founded by Curtis King, is a Dallas, Texas based non-profit tax-exempt organization which was chartered and incorporated November 23, 1977.
TBAAL is a multi-discipline arts organization whose mission is to create and enhance an awareness and understanding of artistic, cultural and aesthetic differences utilizing the framework of African, African-American and Caribbean Arts and Letters. Additionally, its purpose is to promote, foster, cultivate, perpetuate and preserve the Arts and Letters of Africans, African-Americans and Caribbean in the Fine, Literary and Performing Arts.
by Steven Doyle Bistro 31 is what I like to call a beautiful dining decision. All the elements are at hand, a gorgeous atmosphere coupled with a seriously well executed menu and service above reproach. It is only appropriate that … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle We invite our readers to send in photos and descriptions of their latest dinner conquest. We put out this on occasion for everyone to see. Here are a few favorites you might enjoy. Lee Harvey, you are … Continue reading →
This year, we’re Dallas-ing the Meat Fight 1k: Instead of walking a 1k, you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your car. Just show up, drive-thru, and we’ll put a box of barbecue and fancy-snacks-for-2 in your trunk. … Continue reading →
In celebration of National Beef Month, Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs is excited to announce the addition of a new menu item to their existing line-up of products. For a limited-time, fans will find an all-beef dog called MAKE MINE TEXAN at Fletcher’s … Continue reading →
On May 6, 2021 at 5 p.m, Eataly Dallas will open its first-floor café, Caffè Lavazza, which promises to be an Italian-style and all-day experience. The café, opening with Eataly’s partners at Lavazza, will serve as the store’s first-floor entrance … Continue reading →