Adam Leon’s stellar first film—and TV show—toasts the tag artist
Scott Beck's about to buy 14 acres in the"heart" of Deep Ellum. What then?
In Valley of the Dolls, heavy doses of camp with strong comic side effects
After two decades, the West End is a pale shadow of its former self. Will it rise again?
Plus: Attention Spanwich; Homesick
Campbell Scott looks for lust in all the wrong places as Roger Dodger
Horribly abused children of the Hare Krishna movement seek justice--and peace--through a multimillion-dollar lawsuit
Who let the air out of the Cowboys? Jerry, Dave, Tony, the heat--you name it. A preview of Dallas' dying days.
Two decades later, Sonic Youth is younger than ever
Director Darren Aronofsky makes films that resemble himself: smart and abrasive
For Buddy and Julie Miller, love, God, and country music are all that matters
A newly polished Rear Window remains a joy to peer though
Denton's Good/Bad Art Collective takes its act to New York and hopes to survive the city's brutal art scene.
DTC's Raisin is still riveting after all these years
Robyn Hitchcock's new record is a soundtrack to a film that does exist--yet doesn't
A trip to Long Island reveals an Allison wonderland
Ramblin' Jack Elliott has a few more stories to tell
The Deep South decadence of Memory Dean
Paul Mazursky's art lies in his topical films about the modern American landscape
How Fort Worth's rhinestone socialites bushwacked the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX