3 days ago | Feature Stories
After a lengthy hospital stay sidelined Dallas music scene fixture Wanz Dover, he just didn’t have the strength for rock ’n’ roll. Rest ridden and restless, he turned his attention to more solitary musical pursuits, releasing Music for Hospi...
10 days ago | Arts & Culture News
The already congested streets of Deep Ellum are littered with masonry materials and construction vehicles as the neighborhood makes way for new high rises and redeveloped retail outlets, and amidst all this chaos the Deep Ellum Foundation is hopin...
25 days ago | Obituaries
Monty Lee Wilkes saw a lot in the 30 plus years he worked in the music business. A Minneapolis native, he bumped heads with Prince and dodged bottles onstage with the Replacements. He worked as a tour manager and sound engineer with the likes of B...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
A thick layer of vapor settles over the main hall of Dallas Market Center as consumers and vendors take their seats Aug. 19 for the advocacy program at the 2016 Vape Showcase. The panel includes representatives from consumer and trade vape advocac...
2 months ago | News
Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein grew up fascinated by sound. Their early experiments with electronic music may not have impressed their teachers, but the Dallas born-and-bred half of Austin synth band Survive have impressed millions of fans after com...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Long-time Oak Cliff resident Carlos de la Fuente spun paper mache and crepe paper into gold when he made his first Donald Trump piñata. Last June, when media outlets and political commenters were scoffing at Donald Trump's attempt on the presidenc...