We've looked in on Brooke Humphries before, and we'll probably do it again, but we wanted to check in with her from an angle of local support this time. Humphries, in addition to owning stakes in both Barcadia locations, Beauty Bar, It'll Do Dance Club and new coffee joint Mudsmith, also owns half ... More >>
It's a big weekend for music indeed. A lot of holiday parties are going on, the biggest of which is being put on by The Polyphonic Spree, who, as you can see from the above video of them doing "Dancey Dance Time" with Yo Gabba Gabba, are quite kid-friendly. In fact, they're encouraging fans to bring ... More >>
It's Friday! Party time! Excellent! After Tuesday's festivities, it almost feels redundant to have an actual weekend. But there are plenty of musical reasons not to waste the weekend catching up on all the things that hangover kept you from finishing on Wednesday. As for stuff going on Friday, ... More >>
Next Saturday at the Lakewood Theater, two German electronic acts, Seabound (pictured, right) and De/Vision, bring their piles of synths and boogie friendly tunes to our area. And for those who don't want to shell out the $17 for a ticket can get one--for free--tonight's Panoptikon event at Excuses ... More >>
In a year that saw Ozzy, the Jonases and The New York Times storm through North Texas, which area music stories will go down as the most important of 2008?
So where's the outcry?
City Council votes to keep Deep Ellum alive for now
And a note to all those Deep Ellumites heading to City Hall today, to once again support their favorite drinking establishments during what's turned out to be a laborious specific use permit process: Don't rush. There are 85 agenda items today, and those dealing with the permits for The Amsterdam Ba ... More >>
Andrea Grimes, seeking a warm, cozy place in which to curl up before moving south for the winter, is currently at City Hall for those specific use permit yays or nays. Her report, ever-updating, begins here and continues after the jump. 3:56 p.m.: Property owner Billy McCloud is talking. Something ... More >>
Kettle Art’s Frank Campagna was kind enough to forward me the Deep Ellum Enrichment Project MySpace blog that updates the status of the Specific Use Permit requests under review for many Deep Ellum clubs and bars. I have some more to say about this, kids, but it requires some reporting, so you got ... More >>
At this week's Dallas Video Festival, local audio gets the spotlight treatment
Why attend 1,400 concerts when you can read an abbreviated list instead?
Don't vote for Pedro; vote for DJ Red Eye
Grab your paintball guns and bottles of liquor--it's time to party, Deep Ellum style