4 days ago | Food News
Bars and restaurants often take pride in existing in the ideological middle of the road. Taking a public stance politically is usually considered too risky an endeavor; either way you lean, you run the risk of alienating customers on the other sid...
7 days ago | DFW Music News
Watching the seven-piece psych rock band Acid Carousel perform is like watching a pen full of well-dressed wolf pups wrestle with their favorite sticks. Frontmen and songwriters Gus Baldwin and John Kuzmick are young, at 18 and 21, respective...
10 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Don’s Used Photo Equipment stands amidst a hardened strip of industry on Irving Boulevard, near what’s now the heart of the Design District. When Don Puckett opened the store in 1997 he started hearing essentially the same thing every day from cus...
15 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Murray Smither went into the prison in Huntsville, Texas, not knowing what to expect. But the art appraiser knew the surroundings well — he was born in the city and raised about an hour north of Houston — and he was in good company. His friends, f...
17 days ago | Concert Reviews
One of Dallas’ most beloved cult rappers has come back to life. Jeff Liles, creative director of the Kessler Theater, says he’d been hitting up Mark Griffin once a year since the venue opened in 2010, hoping to get him on stage to perform as MC 90...
20 days ago | DFW Music News
On any given Saturday in Deep Ellum, throngs of 20- and 30-somethings roam the streets in small packs, looking for a good time, live music, or their next lay — maybe all of the above. But what’s relatively unusual is to see people formin...