What happens when you don't schedule a guest and then, at the last minute, when your magazine deadline ends, you decide to drink some beers and do an "ask me anything" session? This. This is what happens. Ray Hunt's tower, which writer is most successful, the Cotton Bowl — the boys tackle some disparate topics.
Sara Grace has appeared on the cover of Vogue walked the runway at New York Fashion Week for Calvin Klein. She's a big deal. How the Bedford teen was discovered is an unlikely story. The owners of Wallflower Management, Brenda Gomez and Tammy Theis, sit down at Shoals Sound & Service to spin the yarn for your cocktail-swilling co-hosts, Kathy Wise and Holland Murphy. Bottoms up!
Mel Kyle is sort of a historian of Dallas rap. Bro knows much. His band's new album, "Fuel City," just by its title, shows how dedicated he is to the local scene. Check out his thoughts on weed, music, the Confederate flag, and baby strollers. Plus, at the end of the show, Mel and host Tim Rogers play iPhone roulette, and Erykah Badu gets involved. Fifteen stars!
Daron Babcock is the founder of Bonton Farms, an amazing place that is attempting to solve the food desert problem in South Dallas (and where East Dallas moms go to get fresh goat milk). Trisha Cunningham is the new CEO of the North Texas Food Bank. So what we're saying here is that this episode of BraBurner, hosted by Kathy Wise and Holland Murphy, is all about food. Even though that's a mouth-centered topic, you should use your ears to listen.
The Dallas Theater Center this year won a Tony Award for best regional theater. If you think its artistic director, Kevin Moriarty, let that go to his head — YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. Tim and Zac talk with him about why he's such a badass and how Dallas audiences react to naked bottoms. Six stars!