A spitting, snarling, unbridled Nick Cave stalked McFarlin Auditorium last night, displaying the same unmatched punk fury he's been doling out since The Birthday Party. Audience members got abused. Cave thrust his crotch everywhere. He sung particularly intense lyrics directly into the faces of peop ... More >>
People of Dallas! One of the greatest singer-songwriters of his generation is coming to our fair city in March, and the tickets haven't sold out yet. I know they're $80, but come on. He's very unlikely to come back again, and for some reason that no one can explain he's not only started his entire U ... More >>
Two years ago Meri Dahlke and Michael Hickie jumped on the crazy train of bar ownership. They found an old building on a nice plot in the Bishops Arts District and decided to give it a go. Now, it's just a matter of weeks now before they actually open Ten Bells Tavern at 232 W. 7th Street. They've l ... More >>
The last time Vancouver's Japandroids came through town, they played the modest live room at Bryan Street Tavern. Odds are they'll command a larger venue next time around, considering the widespread anticipation of sophomore album Celebration Rock. The duo gets the most noise per capita of any band ... More >>
Kennedy assassination author and conspiracist Robert Groden says the city's out to get him. He may be right.
Woody Allen's second straight English excursion is a failed return to comedy
Serial killer, masked man and ghetto diva--but, dang it, not in the same show
Rob Halford rides again with the mighty Judas Priest
Peer Gynt is a cautionary tale in tights
This exhibit is so much fun it must be a crime
The comic-book Gentlemen have never been more flat
Albert and Allen Hughes deliver a sensuous but grisly message From Hell
In 1946, a serial killer haunted sleepy Texarkana, stalking his victims under the cover of night. Investigators wonder if he died decades later in a Dallas rest home--or simply disappeared.
Lovelorn misfits across the pond go walking through an insightful Wonderland
Speak now, or forever wish you hadn't wasted eight bucks
Jam bands burst into bloom