Ever miss an un-missable concert? It's one of those pangs that lingers, fixed like a stamp on the back of your skull. It's a bad taste in your mouth that never leaves, a constant reminder of how your life could have been better had you seen (insert band name here) play live. Many Dallasites never ... More >>
When the late Rozz Williams formed Christian Death way back in the early 80's, the band was more of a campy, death-obsessed punk outfit than the gothic beast they would become under the guidance of one Valor Kand. Kand took charge of the band and brand name that would become Christian Death into the ... More >>
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The Fresh Diet's Yosef Schwartz.It's always been a secret dream of mine to have my own private chef. I imagine I can't be alone in that wish. The next best thing, of course, would be to have fresh, yummy meals delivered each day, which is why I was very interested to learn that The Fresh Diet ... More >>
‚ÄčThis week we turn our behind the booth sites to half of experimental electronic outfit FUR, Bryce Isbell. Isbell has only been DJing for a couple of years, but is hardly an amateur. Over the past two years, alongside creative partner Gray St. Germain Gideon, Isbell has had a couple weekly DJ ni ... More >>
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Pizza man sent packing for lounging in city park
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This Anna Karenina rips the heart out of Tolstoy
The Rev. Harvey Cutting had one last chance to come clean. He chose to lie.
Why the classical world is sending love letters to Dallas guitarist Carlo Pezzimenti
Olympic music director Mark Watters steers the sound of the games
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When the vinyl jukebox dies, so will a little piece of the music it played
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