22 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Lee Escobedo is a strong voice in Dallas' music and art scenes. Most recently he's been working as editor-in-chief of Artist Uprising, a new annual publication that profiles Dallas' creative talent. This weekend Artist Uprising is sponsoring a lin...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
If your knowledge of the Maya civilization is limited to what you learned at all those apocalypse-themed parties in 2012 when the Maya calendar was ending, then the Perot Museum of Nature and Science has a lot to show you. Its latest exhibit, Maya...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Deep Ellum looks much more vibrant than it did a few years ago. This owes partly to a mural project started by real estate developer Scott Rohrmann in the summer of 2015, which invited local artists to create 42 murals on properties in the neighbo...
3 months ago | DFW Music News
It’s hard to talk about the ’80s post-punk period without including Adam Ant. He released Kings of the Wild Frontier in 1980, setting the tone of rebellious confidence that persisted in music throughout the decade. His music and persona was a...
3 months ago | Arts & Culture News
When we think of the feminine form, we may think of marble statues of Venus, or we may think of the slender bodies marketed to us on the cover of magazines. An all-woman art pop-up in Fort Worth this weekend, Girl Gaze, is giving local artists the...
4 months ago | Lists
It doesn’t matter what music you like, how introverted you are, or how much dough you've got to spend: Dallas has an endless array of New Year’s Eve events that cater to your every need. This year, there is practically a themed event for every dec...