3 days ago | Things To Do
Do This! Nothing says Catholicism, like a bigass parade filled with plenty of costumed people riding on floats tossing multi-colored beads. The Oak Cliff Mardi Gras Parade is this weekend, and since it seems to grow every year it's fair to s...
4 days ago | Visual Art
For the Love of Kettle If anyone ever tells you, “No one cares about art in Dallas,” send them straight to For the Love of Kettle. This annual event features the work of hundreds of artists from all over the city at various price points sold off i...
5 days ago | Don't Watch That, Watch This
Perhaps one of the most confusing American traditions is relying on a rodent to predict the end of winter. But that is precisely the holiday we are celebrating today. Groundhog Day arrives every February and like Phil Connors says in the namesake ...
5 days ago | Arts & Culture News
One of the city's great supporters of visual art, June Mattingly, died the afternoon of February 1 at Baylor Hospital in Dallas. She was 83 years old. For decades, Mattingly was at the heart of the Dallas art world. She was the owner and co-...
10 days ago | Things To Do
Do This! The legendary Harlem Globetrotters dribble into town this weekend, with mind-blowing athletics. Their historic combination of sports and theater will wow crowds at the American Airlines Center (2500 Victory Ave.) at 2 p.m. Saturday ...
11 days ago | Theater
There's something special about Ochre House Theater, the small experimental company in Expo Park. Helmed by Matthew Posey, a longtime actor/writer/director, it's one of the few spaces in the city consistently creating original work. This weekend, ...