2 hours ago | Outside
After scooping up nearly 400 acres of pricey ground to use, in part, for sports fields, Frisco is set to accommodate more young athletes. The city closed Feb. 5 on land it bought from Brinkmann Ranch, parks and recreation director Shannon Keleher ...
6 days ago | Media
On the quiet sixth floor of the University of Texas at Arlington library, Etta Hulme’s political cartoons speak loudly. The artist’s laconic, keen wit and uncanny insight mesh in the display Drawn to Politics: The Editorial Art of Etta Hulme, whic...
15 days ago | Arts & Culture News
During a first reading of proposed ordinance amendments last week, the Arlington City Council voted unanimously to ban vehicles from being parked on Arlington streets for longer than 24 hours. If the amendments pass, all people, including Arlingto...
20 days ago | Arts & Culture News
The thrills will officially begin at Six Flags Over Texas on Feb. 24, when the Arlington amusement park opens for its 2018 season, but its insane new attraction will not debut until later this spring. That’s because Harley Quinn Spinsanity, which ...
26 days ago | Arts & Culture News
A flurry of activity and new development in Arlington’s entertainment district has had a negative effect on one longtime business. Half Price Books in Lincoln Square, which opened about 20 years ago, will close this spring. Although some on social...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
Arlington City Council members voted this week to rename Ditto golf course in north Arlington the Texas Rangers Golf Club. While the move to rename the 18-holer passed unanimously, the perks accompanying the deal raised a few eyebrows. When it ope...