Dallas leads the nation in over-regulating farmers markets — which is why we have so few of them.
Courtesy of Margaret White EllisonFormer Corpus Christi resident Tony Mierzwa, foreground, and an unidentified surfer ride a wave at Horace Caldwell Pier in Port Aransas on a mid-1960s day.Landlocked we are, but at 7 tonight at the Dallas Museum of Art, there'll be a whole lotta surfin' going on. ... More >>
Megan FeldmanGuillermo Arriaga at the University of North Texas on SaturdayAs he took the podium before more than 100 fans and aspiring writers at the University of North Texas on Saturday, the author of Amores Perros, 21 Grams and Babel was surprised by the turnout. "Wow," said Guillermo Arriaga, s ... More >>
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
Letters sees World War II from Japanese POV, as Eastwood continues to chip away at the hero myth
The DMA's great American paper chase
Our critics survey the local art scene
SMU's Meadows becomes an honest-to-God art museum
Classical Acting Company digs deep with All My Sons; at KDT, a muddled Much Ado
The Carter's latest exhibit revels in the human visage captured by the artist's hand
Emotion gets cast away in the work of the late sculptor George Segal
The group of artists assembled for Alternative Currents displays the highs and lows of video art
Kiss or Kill is a tense, eccentric little gem from Australia
The terrific L.A. Confidential captures our worst suspicions of how the world works
Lack of tension and purpose kills Surviving Picasso