Eva Raggio first published two stories at age 10 and sat on that achievement for almost two decades. Upon her re-entry to the literary world, Eva took to writing about music and culture in DFW, although she grew up in England and Argentina. Eva supports the arts by rarely asking to be put on "the list" and always replies to emails, unless the word "pimp" makes up part of the artist's name. Her hobbies include raising genius children, perfecting her exquisite fake French and tirelessly shaming catcallers. Paul McCartney once sang at her birthday party, and she last smoked out with Axl Rose.
13 days ago | Feature Stories
"In Bed With" is a Dallas Observer series in which we delve into the homes and personal lives of Dallas music industry professionals. Kenneth Pritchard just cut his hair short after six years of whipping it back and forth onstage. On paper, ...
29 days ago | Feature Stories
Everything about Sam Damask’s solo project is DYI, but as he's an established musician and engineer, the term might not apply to him. Damask is a longtime bassist who first started playing blues jams escorted by his father at age 13. On Friday, he...
2 months ago | Concerts
"In Bed With" is a Dallas Observer series in which we delve into the homes and personal lives of Dallas music industry professionals. “I have a theory that all of our neighbors are swingers,“ says musician Jacob Metcalf as he walks up the st...
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3 months ago | Film and TV
“This is a David Lowery production,” says a 7-year-old Lowery at the end of Poltergeist, his short film shot with a home camera. It starred his little brother in a sheet and showed promise even then. Now 38, Lowery is still proud of that first cin...
5 months ago | Columns
The Oscars ceremony was fairly unpredictable this year: Singer Mary J. Blige was nominated for best supporting actress, athlete Kobe Bryant won an Oscar for Best Documentary, actor Gael Garcia Bernal performed a song, and Jonny Greenwood from Radi...