Zebra Katz was initially was one of seven characters in a performance piece by Ojay Morgan, a NYC-based performance artist and musician who studied at the British American Dramatic Academy in London, Parsons School of Design, and received his Bachelor of Arts from Eugene Lang College. His exhibition ... More >>
Matthew Gray and Mike KinsellaI'm relatively new to town, and therefore just absorbing the news of Matthew Gray's Denton County Proper booking woes. So at first I wasn't going to even bother with this story, because a lot of other folks already have. But the more I thought about it, the mor ... More >>
Monotonix, Joan of Arc, J. Roddy & The BusinessThe LoftNovember 5, 2010 Better than: going to a concert and not getting a trashcan thrown in my direction.Danny FulgencioMonotonix... and friends! Want more pictures from Friday's show? View the slideshow.A Monotonix concert took place at Th ... More >>
Yes, Monotonix is that crazy.Israel's Monotonix have been known around these parts to throw crazy concerts that really do demonstrate just how crazy the Middle East can actually be. And we at DC9 have loved it, going as far as to calling the trio's live shows "one of the best." But that doe ... More >>
Megan Wants A Millionaire's David CohenIn gearing up for Project Runway, we've been checking out Louise Black's fashions. We've also been gut-checking to see if we can handle watching Dallas' David Cohen on, um, Megan Wants a Millionaire (because Beauty & the Geek, Rock of Love and I Love Mon ... More >>
"I fought for France and all I got was this lousy shop in Irving."Joan of Arc4020 N. MacArthur, Irving972-870-5632Oh, god.The place isn't really lousy, as Rossetti's Joan would have you think. But first they were out of bacon, which kinda put a dent in my BLTA (the A for avocado) plans. Then, when t ... More >>
We were trying to think of any significant restaurant closings in Dallas over the last 30 days and nothing, besides that odd moment when Kavala in Oak Cliff shut down then reopened almost immediately. So, we had to call our buddy Teresa Gubbins and pry into her database-like brain.Thanks TG.Just gla ... More >>
Caithlin De Marrais makes the best of Catastrophe
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Jason Statham is The Transporter in Luc Besson's oft-preposterous world
Followers of Cao Dai, a Vietnamese sect with frail tendrils in Dallas, say their time has come to spread the word. Just ask Victor Hugo.
Sharon Kopriva transcends the usual mediocre fare of American religious art
Rubber Gloves in Denton was supposed to be the ultimate indie-cool club. That was three years ago. Today, its owner is still trying to complete his dream.
Is controversial DISD trustee Lois Parrott a champion of the little guy, or the bitter core of the board's infamous civil wars?
Rainer Maria and Juno
Festival of Independent Theatres serves up a rich thespian buffet
Inept editing, gaping plot holes, unintentional absurdity: What more does a movie need?
Hardly a shock
Joan of Arc's Tim Kinsellas finally makes the straight-up rock record he's always promised. Just kidding.
Darlington disolves; Rubber Gloves gets booked; Mandarin time; Club anniversaries; Shabazz 3 heads north; Plus, much, much more
Blake Schwarzenbach says Jets to Brazil is a desperate band. A desperate American band.
Wesley Snipes kicks his way through the flashy, messy Art of War
Here on Earth tromps -- charmlessly -- on Love Story turf
Blush and Swivel don't want to change the world -- just Dallas
Luc Besson throws Joan of Arc back into the fire
Great acting saves Echo Theatre's Body from becoming a short course on feminist studies
A former Jawbreaker makes a gorgeous mess in his Jets to Brazil
Marvin's Room makes suffering bearable, while Ghosts is just insufferable
A mix of bitter biography and film history, From the Journals of Jean Seberg takes on Hollywood