Mollie Jamison is a 24-year-old veg head with an eclectic taste in music, ranging from classic rock to '90s R&B. Her loves include karaoke, yoga, the great outdoors, red wine, outer space and contemporary art. The UNT alum reigns from a small East Texas town, but she’ll never tell you where. She appreciates the occasional adrenaline rush while snowboarding, rock climbing, long boarding and wake surfing. This Aries wild child has been published in Cowboys and Indians Magazine, Dallas Child Magazine and West Fort Worth Lifestyle Magazine. She intends to join the Peace Corps one day soon and dreams of graduate school at NYU.
2 months ago | DFW Music News
Late ’90s alt-rock band Jibe made an epic return in 2015 from its 11-year hiatus with a sold-out show at Gas Monkey Live. Now, the boys are back with the release of their first post-reunion album, Epic Tales of Human Nature, and another show at Ga...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
By the time Austin native Amanda Bradford was in her last semester of graduate school at Stanford, she had already secured $2 million in funding to create a dating app unlike any other. “The League is a platform for power couples that promotes rel...
2 months ago | LGBTQ
Big news around this year’s pride festivities includes Skittles receiving online backlash after selling bags of all-white candies to show its support for the LGBTQ community and President Donald Trump breaking former President Barack Obama’s tradi...
4 months ago | DFW Music News
In March, 2014 Mathew Vickers flipped his Scion four times, ejected from the vehicle. He was leaving his parents' home but has no recollection of where he was headed since he says he was both drunk and high. One month later he awoke from a coma wi...
4 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Kevin Laroy had a constant case of what he calls "swamp hands" while competing on the most recent season of Spike TV’s Ink Master. Sweating palms may seem like a major setback during a televised tattoo competition, but Laroy managed to beat o...
4 months ago | Shopping
Eight months ago, Mary-Brennan Reich started making jewelry in the middle of the night, on a whim. Now, the 24-year-old Southern Methodist University graduate has successfully launched her own online accessory shop, Bare & Golden. “I was worki...