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.
5 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Forget cedar-smoked meats, steel-toed boots and rattlesnakes. Fort Worth’s own Brent Hull put Texas on the map for another reason, and it recently landed him his own History Channel show. As host of Lone Star Restoration, Hull takes a closer look ...
12 days ago | DFW Music News
Since opening in 1988, Fair Park’s Gexa Energy Pavilion has officially changed its name more times than Sean John Combs (also known as P. Diddy, Diddy, Puff Daddy or Puff). News recently broke that the Live Nation-operated concert venue will now g...
24 days ago | DFW Music News
Two Dallas artists – Jake Elliott and Pierre Krause of After Deth Productions (ADP) – recently directed and edited the video for Nelly Furtado’s single “Pipe Dreams” off her forthcoming album The Ride. The video was released on Pitchfork earlier t...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
For some reason, watching Kim Kardashian undergo a “vampire facial” on Kourtney and Kim Take Miami sent people running to their dermatologists requesting the next big thing in skincare. Since then, many places in Dallas have started offering the s...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
We have yet to coin a citywide slogan urging everyone to “Keep Dallas Weird,” and the truth is we don’t really need to. Refuse to admit that you live in a city as peculiar as its people? Time to rethink that notion and take a closer look at seven ...
3 months ago | Architecture and Design
The Taj Mahal, Texas State Capitol and Roman Pantheon put dome-shaped structures on the map, but now people are using those same design elements to build doomsday shelters. In Italy, Texas, an entire community built of concrete domes can be f...