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.
6 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Don’s Used Photo Equipment stands amidst a hardened strip of industry on Irving Boulevard, near what’s now the heart of the Design District. When Don Puckett opened the store in 1997 he started hearing essentially the same thing every day from cus...
7 days ago | Arts & Culture News
From an early age, Chelsea DeVos watched as her mother suffered from epilepsy. “In 2016 her doctor recommended she look into CBD-rich hemp oil to help control her seizures,” DeVos says. “I had already been researching cannabinoids to help with my ...
25 days ago | Arts & Culture News
At DFW Nail Bar in Denton, partying and pampering go hand in hand. Unlike other nail salons, this one offers complimentary cocktails and karaoke with its spa services. “We traveled the world and visited many resorts and spas and came up with the n...
27 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Will Heron, aka “Wheron,” would prefer if you didn’t put him in a box labeled “just a commercial artist who makes T-shirts.” You’ve seen the high school art teacher’s work in the form of murals, prints and growlers at tap houses, coffee ...
1 month ago | Shopping
L.A. lady Lola Rogers and her younger sister Taylor are the cool girls behind Blue Jean Baby, a Dallas-based, online-only boutique. At ages 25 and 27, the Allen natives are already kicking ass and stitching their brand name on bandanas and vintage...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
The Marvelous Nerd Year’s Eve convention that took over the Sheraton Hotel Dallas at the end of the year wasn’t so marvelous for its parent company. Thanks to poor execution of the four-day event, which featured Stan Lee as the main draw along wit...