The poster. It covered our walls as teenagers. It commemorates some of our favorite live performances. High-end artists have elevated that powerful rectangle, but behind every poster is a creative somewhere in the shadows.
Dallas is home to one of the richest religious music scenes in the country. Over the summer, we'll be attending services, both big and small, of many denominations, as well talking to musicians , directors and pastors. Here at DC9 at Night, we've covered many churches this summer, but none with so ... More >>
Welcome to Local Music 'Mericans, where we meet some of the people behind the local music scene -- those who aren't necessarily members of local bands, but more the people who make the scene move. James ShepherdJames Shepherd, known endearingly throughout the music scene simply as "Shep," has ... More >>
Perhaps you've seen the above ad in the past couple issues of our dead tree publication about a new monthly happening down in Deep Ellum, brought to you by seven of the neighborhood's venue's, one of its art galleries and us here at DC9? Yeah? Well, as the above image implies, the deal's called D ... More >>
Randall discusses his work from Freedom Summer
UNT leaves the tags on
See some art at Reel FX
To keep the area alive, artists say change is necessary
Bourbon takes on celebrity culture
Buy some art, do some good
Meet a pop art legend
Hunsicker guides Oswald through the Crosshairs
Get an Introduction to art in Denton
Pick up some beneficial art
Kettle Art cooks up some creepy
Furniture takes on new meanings at UNT
Our critics survey the local art scene
Shake-up in the Dallas gallery scene is the stuff of gossip mill and market combined
It's too cool for school, but can we call it art?
These are the people in your neighborhood
Get mysticized at Pan American
If Gerald Peters, Talley Dunn, and Ted Pillsbury are all smiling, why go to court?
Your art virginity is a precious gift you can only give once.
Adani Gallery introduces Latin American art to Gringolandia
You gotta be kidding
Fighting fire; Drive, don't walk
Home art invasion; The deal of the art
Local angle; Critical mistake
The Gerald Peters Gallery finds itself fending off a lawsuit and possibly its own demise