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Rieslings

Rieslings

Why do rieslings have such a poor reputation with U.S. wine drinkers?

Q&A: Community activist Stacy Caldwell

On June 16, Caldwell and company are putting on the second annual Big Bang, a symposium that brings together nonprofits and investors.

Pink rosés

Pink rosés

If it’s summer and you have $10, you can buy a pretty good rosé — and sometimes even get change back.

Q&A: Restaurateur Monica Greene

In Dallas since the early ’80s, she’s built a 30-year career as one of the city’s best-known restaurant owners.

Q&A: Slam poet Clebo Rainey

Q&A: Slam poet Clebo Rainey

Rainey’s come a long way since his SMU days in the ’60s. He’s lived in OC since 1990 and is one of the most reputable slam poets in Dallas.

Texas wines

Texas wines

Sales increased 6 percent in 2010, with consumers buying almost 240,000 cases of Texas wine from grocery and liquor stores, according to the Nielsen survey company.

Q&A: Hospice volunteer Mark Lombard

This Stevens Park resident figured out a way to bring the world’s greatest art to people who couldn’t otherwise see it.

Adult literacy volunteer Sandy McFeeley

Almost half of all adults in the Dallas area cannot read at a fourth-grade level. This Wynnewood resident and L.I.F.T. volunteer is taking on the problem.

Gardening guru Andrea Bithell

Bithell scoops up a handful of dirt, puts it in front of her face, and inhales. “Mmm,” she says.