Rachel Williams grew up on the mean streets of Coppell. After studying journalism at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, she lived in Chicago and San Diego before returning to Dallas in 2015. She is the recipient of several accolades, backhanded compliments and parking tickets
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Katherine Bernhardt Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth Ongoing through July 9 By incorporating graffiti elements into her vibrant and youthful paintings, which are heavy on sketched outlines and spray paint, artist Kather...
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The 3.2-acre lot bracketed by Pacific Avenue and St. Paul and Harwood streets has become an eyesore. To say it’s poorly maintained is an understatement. The uneven layer of asphalt is littered with freshly broken glass and shards from an earlier g...
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"Power Lines" Barry Whistler Gallery 315 Cole St., Suite 120 Opens 6-8 p.m. Saturday Frank Stella’s mastery of line and form has been felt in the art community en masse since the early 1960s. His interest was spurred by a 1957 trip to Colorado. Th...
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When it comes to pivotal figures in Dallas, Robert Decherd is both iconic and unknown. He served as the president and CEO of A.H. Belo Corporation, owner of The Dallas Morning News, from 1987 to 2013, devoting himself to philanthropic public ...
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MakeShift PhotoRama – Significance ImposedKettle Art 2650 Main St. Opening reception 7-10 p.m. Thursday Twelve Dallas photographers paired up with 12 Dallas writers and took a Texas-soaked road trip. Significance Imposed is the collection of photo...
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“How much do you know?” the teacher asks. We've arrived five minutes late to a Thursday evening meeting of people who think they’re psychic. It’s held biweekly in a nondescript building in East Dallas. “How much have you studied?” the teacher asks...