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2012 Stories by Jamie Laughlin

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  • Squeegee Your Third Eye

    published November 22, 2012

    Take a moment and clear your mental cache. Please, we’ll wait. That infinite accumulation of data from complex mathematics to banal daily... More >>

  • Brighten Up Black Friday

    published November 22, 2012

    NorthPark Center (8687 N. Central Expressway) opens bright and early, but not angry-alarm-clock early, at 9 a.m. Friday, and doesn’t... More >>

  • Find A Reason To Love Again

    published November 22, 2012

    Davy Rothbart is a wanderer, a wonderer and a magnet for eccentricity. He’s united those strengths to build an admirable DIY... More >>

  • Hey, You're Sitting On Me

    published November 15, 2012

    More than just an experimental cinematic playground, Texas Theatre is an unconventional nightlife hub, a film festival nucleus and a... More >>

  • Set Phasers To Freedom

    published November 15, 2012

    A group of local Trekkies are boldly going where no one has gone before on Friday, as the U.S.S. Navras presents a costumed celebration honoring... More >>

  • Puppets And Spaceships Invade Waxahachie

    published November 15, 2012

    Dallas Fort Worth area native and artist Esther Pearl Watson has pinned her career on two influential humans: her spaceship-building father... More >>

  • Space, The Final Frontier

    published November 15, 2012

    A group of artists will shake up that currently sedentary snowglobe you know as reality Saturday night in a group show called Co-... More >>

  • Surrealism, On The Rocks

    published November 15, 2012

    Mark S. Nelson isn’t a new name around Dallas. He’s been showing his work in our city’s stronghold galleries — Kettle, The... More >>

  • Stamp Of Approval

    published November 8, 2012

    While the foundations of printmaking are thinning out in a digital age, there are those who carry the legacy forward. Beauvais Lyons is one of... More >>

  • Plus, It’s Got A Ferris Wheel

    published November 8, 2012

    More than just a Dallas cultural hub, Fair Park is a fascinating piece of Texas history. Much of the art deco shrine was erected in honor of the... More >>

  • We’re Experiencing Visual Turbulence

    published November 8, 2012

    With Hurricane Sandy’s recent destruction, airlines were forced to do some major rescheduling of flights — something that anyone who... More >>

  • Power And Family

    published November 8, 2012

    Adults have come to know the Power Station as a space for innovative installations and education-rich programming. Saturday, a group comes... More >>

  • Joystick > Paintbrush

    published November 8, 2012

    CentralTrak is always cooking up something tasty, but tonight the college offshoot art incubator serves up something peculiar: a pop-up arcade.... More >>

  • Headstrong Into Cubism

    published November 8, 2012

    It’s rare to find a piece of biographical art history as readable and enjoyable as Cézanne, A Life by Alex Danchev.... More >>

  • Insert “Dangling Chad” Joke Here

    published November 1, 2012

    Big Bird. Binders. Obama’s bad mom jeans. You can’t get through Election Day without absorbing all topics wonk. But do you know what... More >>

  • Vacation Photos Are Banned

    published November 1, 2012

    This Saturday, Dallas samples The Slideluck Potshow, an event that brings food, art and community around a common table in more than 50... More >>

  • Great Things Happen In Threes

    published November 1, 2012

    Love art but hate the gallery circus? Saturday night, there are only three shows you need to schedule into your travels, which lessens the... More >>

  • Next, They’ll Remake Over The Top

    published November 1, 2012

    Like all great things from your childhood, Red Dawn in being remade and sold back to you, hitting theaters later this month as a... More >>

  • She Still Looks Good To Me

    published November 1, 2012

    Now a 40-year staple in the Fort Worth Arts District, the Kimbell represents the best of a traditional collection. We rely on it to feed us work... More >>

  • Lost and Found

    published October 25, 2012

    an you believe Found Magazine is more than 10 years old? Yeah, we’re aging. Since Found’s inception, we’ve followed the career... More >>

  • Better Guard The Shiva

    published October 25, 2012

    All’s fair in love, war and the quest for the Shiva, or at least that’s the takeaway from the FX’s series The... More >>

  • Fashionably Africa

    published October 25, 2012

    Even the street style of a city like Johannesburg is enough to make a Dallas fashionista envious. Those seemingly effortless pairings have layers... More >>

  • The Art Of Crossing Over

    published October 25, 2012

    As you age, your perception of Halloween shifts. You see things more philosophically, and it’s in that exploration of death’s abyss... More >>

  • Live Fast But Die Slow

    published October 18, 2012

    It’s been two years since word spread through Dallas that one of the city’s brightest, most beloved musicians, Frankie Campagna, had... More >>

  • Sniffing Tail, Doing Shots

    published October 18, 2012

    While it’s true that we need dogs to feel complete, there are also times when they need us — like when they’re trying to get... More >>

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