2 days ago | Arts & Culture News
With very little money, William Kaufman was able to convincingly turn Dallas into a city devastated by a plague, where citizens must fend of zombie-like vampires to survive. The filmmaker lives in Los Angeles these days but says Dallas will always...
5 days ago | Concert Reviews
Explosions in the Sky With Preoccupations The Bomb Factory, Dallas Monday, August 22, 2016 Before Monday night, it had been five years since Explosions in the Sky played in Dallas. Their last show here had been at the Winspear Opera House, a...
13 days ago | Feature Stories
Chris Robinson finally had the lineup of his band Caterpillars he always wanted. After years of lineup changes, the Dallas vocalist and guitarist had recorded an album called The Other Side with drummer Stephen O'Sicky, guitarist Drew Black and ba...
27 days ago | Arts & Culture News
There is no shortage of startups that aspire to be the next Uber. Entrepreneurs the world over are hungry to develop the next app that will revolutionize how we deal with a common hassle, whether it's buying groceries or hiring a babysitter. One n...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
Dallas still has a ways to go to be considered bike-friendly. But while it's no New York, Chicago or Portland, there are definitely signs that the bike culture here is growing, and especially in Deep Ellum. Since the neighborhood connects downtown...
3 months ago | Books
Author Justin Cronin has lived in Texas for almost 14 years, and living here had a major impact on his best-selling trilogy, The Passage. The final book, The City of Mirrors, came out late last month. "I never would have written the books unless I...