2 hours ago | Things To Do
It's hot. All you want is a pool to swim in. You need to work on your cannonball, or your suntan. And you want options. Well, we've got five for you. And a warning of where you'll get pool-blocked. Now, get wet. Dallas Fraternal Order of Eag...
3 hours ago | Things To Do
Thursday, July 2 Comedy Crawl Every year we round up you cool cats for a comedy crawl through Deep Ellum. We stop at three bars: Three Links, Twilite, DADA; we listen to three comics: Paul Varghese, Aaron Aryanpur, and Dave Little. The ...
21 hours ago | Theater
If you want to start a hullabaloo in the Dallas arts, tell a theater festival it might be time for a curtain call. That's what our theater critic Elaine Liner wrote last year about the Festival of Independent Theatres, the annual event at the Bath...
1 day ago | Holidays
There are few sounds in life more pleasing than the crackle of the night sky on the fourth of July. Apparently this tradition dates back to the very first Independence Day, which was celebrated with fireworks at the request of John Adams (re...
2 days ago | Visual Art
In a world inundated by images, ideas, and mindless chatter, it seems we're increasingly drawn to post-apocalyptic, science fiction narratives. At least, that's the case for Dallas-based artist Dwayne Carter. He says there's something alluring in ...
7 days ago | Visual Art
Favio Moreno is constantly losing his religion. It’s always falling out of his wallet. Well, the catholic prayer cards his mother is always giving him. “My wallet is full of these little cards of religious iconography and credit cards,” he says. “...