5 days ago | Visual Art
The sixth and final exhibit of the late John Wilcox’s work to be shown in his studio, The Wilcox Space, is now open. The exhibit will be up for about six months. Wilcox died from AIDS-related complications in 2012. He had been living and painting ...
8 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Tony Dagrosa was burnt out and worn thin. It was the ’80s, and he was five years out of college, banging out a living as a restaurant manager in New York City. Looking for a change, Dagrosa sat down to dinner with his father and uncle, twin brothe...
8 days ago | Concert Reviews
Despite major headliner Big Boi, the focus was on the beer rather than the music at Saturday's Index Fest in Fair Park. Things started to wind down around 9:30 when the Georgia rapper, best known as half of Outkast, took the stage. At that time, b...
27 days ago | DFW Music News
There are two types of musicians: those who were born for the stage and those who are forced onto the stage to share their songs. Dallas' Ronnie Fauss is the latter. He toyed with songwriting for most of his life before working up the gumption to ...
1 month ago | DFW Music News
For the better part of two decades, musician, poet, writer, rapper, actor and philosopher Saul Williams has been challenging the status quo. “At the end of the day, I just make beats while the world burns,” Williams tells the Observer.&...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Earlier this summer, bike sharing programs hit DFW with gusto. Orange, yellow and green bikes now dot the streets, duking it out in a colorful turf war for two-wheeled supremacy. In Dallas, there are so many bikes that a ride seems to be no more t...