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2015 Stories by Kelly Dearmore

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  • Eat Lunch, Support the Arts!

    published April 9, 2015

    North Texas simmers with artistic vitality in a number of colorful manners. Dance, music, theatre, sculpture and galleries showcasing all sorts of... More >>

  • Heard it through the Clothesline

    published April 2, 2015

    These days, we can send random thoughts, meaningless musings and politically charged invective to countless people with just a couple of clicks on... More >>

  • Don't Wait for the Movie

    published April 2, 2015

    Film adaptations of books have long been the saving grace of lazy students tasked with book reports — the old watch-the-movie-instead trick... More >>

  • The Bard of Anarchy Visits Bishop Arts

    published March 19, 2015

    For generations, the works of Shakespeare have been lauded as tales and tragedies that will forever remain relevant. It's impossible to argue... More >>

  • The Horror of Films in the 'Burbs

    published March 12, 2015

    Those who've been waiting for an Alamo Drafthouse location to open up in the comfy Dallas-proper confines south of 635, out of fear of the... More >>

  • CELEBRITIES CAN BE SPELLBINDING

    published February 26, 2015

    Make no mistake; spelling bees are highly competitive events. In the splendid 2002 documentary Spellbound, viewers watched as a wide range of... More >>

  • See Dallas' Favorite Comedian and Grief Counselor

    published February 19, 2015

    Dallas-based comedian Paul Varghese has been a bright spot on the local comic map for some time now. It would be easy to overlook him when so many... More >>

  • Chefs Spicing Up the Menu

    published February 12, 2015

    Chef Mat McCallister’s design district spot FT33 is as sizzling hot as it has ever been, which says a lot given the oft-fickle nature of... More >>

  • Party with Putin

    published January 29, 2015

    Despite the unforgiving bitterness of Russia's winters and the country's history of political unrest and oppressive social laws, Russians know how... More >>

  • A Different Kind of Madness

    published January 8, 2015

    A Different Kind of Madness For a weekend in the rainy spring of 2014, NCAA’s Final Four rolled into town to complete the annual madness of... More >>

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