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  • The XX Factor

    published October 18, 2012

    There’s a group in town that’s busy toppling the existing gallery regime. ArtLoveMagic has proven repeatedly that this city is... More >>

  • Frost Up Your Wardrobe

    published October 18, 2012

    His trademark emblem — a cupcake skull above a set of crossbones — began as a side business for Johnny Earle. After excusing himself... More >>

  • Blending Porn With Appliances

    published October 18, 2012

    There’s a gritty aspect to the new exhibition at Goss-Michael Foundation, and it’s got my radical cheerleader pompoms all perked up.... More >>

  • There's A Game Today? Go Figure.

    published October 11, 2012

    Saturday is a big night for CADD galleries, with loads of openings happening around town. Over in the Design District, you’ll want to get... More >>

  • Missed the First Pot Zombies? You’ll Catch Up.

    published October 11, 2012

    There’s pigs’ blood in the Trinity and we’ve most certainly paved over some very important burial sites here in Dallas, so it... More >>

  • They're Coming for You, Barbara

    published October 11, 2012

    Romero and Russo changed the way we look at horror in their 1968 cult classic, Night Of The Living Dead. They also are responsible for that... More >>

  • The Ultimate Comeback

    published October 11, 2012

    It’s rare to read the words “The dinosaur trail is stroller friendly,” and yet you will find exactly that at Heard... More >>

  • Party at the MoonTower

    published October 4, 2012

    Patios are holy places in Dallas. They are spots for communion with friends (boozing), absolution from sins (brunch confessions) and sometimes, if... More >>

  • Major In Survival

    published October 4, 2012

    What will you do when those herky-jerky gnawers of braaaaaaaains come calling? You’d try shooing them away with a broom,... More >>

  • Monkey Business

    published September 27, 2012

    There’s a reason why gorillas are the go-to costume for singing telegrams: They’re hilarious. That’s why this Saturday you can... More >>

  • This Beard’s a Home To Endangered Owls

    published September 27, 2012

    Austin has had its Annual Beard and Mustache competition for six years. It’s grown so popular that its founders, the Austin Facial Hair... More >>

  • Uncle Tex, We Missed You!

    published September 27, 2012

    It’s finally here! The State Fair of Texas is in full swing, which means it’s time to remember that Fair Park exists and give... More >>

  • The Best Of West Dallas

    published September 20, 2012

    The Fort Worth Avenue Development Group might actually be a pack of superheros. They combine over a love of West Dallas, improving the... More >>

  • A Most Fashionable Issue

    published September 20, 2012

    The role of fashion in art is an interesting one. While certainly a medium all its own, the industry of fashion is also a bit insidious. We seek... More >>

  • DADA Does Dallas

    published September 20, 2012

    The DADA Gallery Walk and bike swarm is the SXSW of Dallas arts. Here, you’ll have an entire day (well, 2 to 8 p.m. anyway) to... More >>

  • The Whole World's A Staged Reading

    published September 20, 2012

    Sometimes the best way to approach romance is through complete denial, or at least that's what Benedick and Beatrice would have you believe in... More >>

  • Artists Hijack Dallas’ Biggest Canvas

    published September 20, 2012

    Here in Dallas we like to fiddle with things, which is why we’re known globally as a hub for art and technology. The largest possible... More >>

  • Revenge Of The Munny

    published September 13, 2012

    After the last two installments of Vinyl Thoughts, it feels impossible for the party to get better. Weirder. More creative. How do you outdo giant... More >>

  • A Classic Is Given Its Sonic Due

    published September 13, 2012

    I have to imagine that Russian filmmaker Dziga Vertov would smirk if he saw his 1929 masterpiece, Man With A Movie Camera, played... More >>

  • What Do You Give The Fest That Has Everything?

    published September 13, 2012

    A 25-year anniversary typically demands an elaborate gift. Silver. An Alaskan cruise. The promise of grandchildren. Such is not the case at the... More >>

  • Soak Up Billabong’s Fall Line

    published September 13, 2012

    Dallas doesn’t mind getting messy when it comes to fashion. Or wet, for that matter. One of the most interesting new spins on traditional... More >>

  • Endless Winter: A Beautiful Thing

    published September 13, 2012

    Roger Winter might have escaped his Texas roots by relocating to his current dual residencies (New York and Santa Fe), but we refuse to let go of... More >>

  • No, Alf Doesn't Count As Video Art

    published September 6, 2012

    Dallas’ best quality is its secretiveness. If you know precisely where to be on any given night, you’ll discover hidden treasures.... More >>

  • Where To Blow Your Cash On Fashion’s Night Out

    published September 6, 2012

    Go ahead and blame Vogue for the cash you’ll blow Thursday. Go on, we’ll wait. The publication launched the initiative for... More >>

  • Ride The Dragon, Don't Fight It

    published September 6, 2012

    It’s taught to us early on that certain literary conflict themes are cornerstones of drama: Man vs. Self is a classic, as is Man vs. Nature.... More >>

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