Index Festival Trees Friday, October 5 & Saturday, October 6 Since the beginning of 2012, the music festival landscape has included 35 Denton and its Labor Day weekend Hot Wet Mess, Memorial Day weekend's Homegrown Music & Arts Festival in the heart of downtown, KXT's Summer Cut in early June, and ... More >>
When guitarist Ana da Silva met bassist Gina Birch in art school and started going to gigs in London in the late '70s, their fate was already sealed. The Raincoats' 1979 self-titled debut and 1981's Odyshape, both on Rough Trade, were products of that creatively and politically off-center time, and ... More >>
Cover songs can be many things: an inside joke, a knowing nod, a crowd-pleaser, a name drop, a respectful homage or a desperate cry for attention. They're what the early days of rock and roll were built on, and live on today with blogs dedicated to them, albums full of them and clever ways to get ba ... More >>
J. Hoberman's faves from a mutating medium.
Musicians are undoubtedly influenced by the music they listen to. An artist's musical selections can sometimes even foretell what a next album might sound like. So if you've ever wondered what the artists who grace your stereo are getting funky to, here's your chance to find out. Every week, I'll as ... More >>
Molto Formaggio The Cheese Shop provides the perfect set up for a date with its class on paring cheese and wine flights. For $75 per couple (classes are limited to 10 couples) you get to try three wine flights, three cheese flights, other food accompaniments to mix and match with the various ... More >>
Portugal. The Man, Telekinesis, Unknown Mortal OrchestraGranada TheaterMay 20, 2011Better than: trying to put on your own laser show. Portugal. The Man.Die-hard fans lined the front of the stage for Friday night's Portugal. The Man show, a group ranging from the young fans attempting to conceal t ... More >>
Portugal. The ManPortugal. The Man7 p.m., Main Stage TwoAbout 10 minutes before Portugal. The Man began their set, it seemed as though they wouldn't draw a large audience because of !!!'s near-simultaneous performance on Main Stage One. That turned out not to be the case, though: By the time the ... More >>
SunnybrookLike Green River Ordinance, A.Dd and The Debut before him, Denton's Sunnybrook has now turned to Kickstarter.com and is asking fans to help fund his new release. The brainchild of Paul North, who also performs with his older brother Joel in Sleep Whale, Sunnybrook has long been a Pitch ... More >>
Patrick Michels... you might wanna swing by Dallas City Hall, where Mayor Tom and the Dallas World Cup Bid Committee and Hunt Sports Group chairman Clark Hunt and a few FC Dallas players (including goalkeeper Kevin Hartman, defender Ugo Ihemelu and forward Ruben Luna) and former Colombian Nationa ... More >>
Sorry, we couldn't stop ourselves.On The Range is a weekly exploration of the history and lore of Texas menu items.Nobody gets tongue tied when the subject is, um, tongue.Writing in the Weekly Volcano (Tacoma and Olympia Washington's "only edgy, irreverent, and thought-provoking alternative news ... More >>
If this is on your grocery list and you live in Frisco, you're in luck. Just the other day, we were in a supermarket in Frisco and thought, "You know, all this food is nice, but it sure would be great if we could pick up a diamond pendant for the wife and maybe an end table and some throw pillows ... More >>
On The Range is a weekly exploration of the history and lore of Texas menu items.Say the word 'empanada' anywhere in Latin America, and you'll most likely get an instant nod of affirmation. That's because the little wrapped pastries (the word literally means " wrapped or enveloped in bread") ma ... More >>
From Portugal, one of the three finalists in the Re:Vision Dallas competitionIt was quite the confab at Dallas City Hall on December 8, when Mayor Tom Leppert welcomed to a fourth-floor conference room about three dozen urban planners, architects and city officials who'd come downtown on a chi ... More >>
OK, so there's a clause at the bottom of the press release we just received--y'know "The list is subject to change" blah, blah blah--but lo and behold, here it is: The first round of announced performers for the 23rd SXSW festival, schedule to take place this year March 18-22. After the jump, the c ... More >>
Any knucklehead with DSL and a laptop can now make an electronic track. With a half hour of clicking and fiddling, you can sample enough cheesy beats and mashups to clog arteries from here to Berlin. Simple dropdown mouse maneuvers can transform electro tracks into progressive house tracks (from dry ... More >>
In 2008, independent rock returned to the underground, where it belongs. Given the grand catastrophe that is today's record industry, most major-label executives don't have the time or energy to convince music fans they might like something a little out of the ordinary. They're too busy recycling ... More >>
Reflecting its moment, Cannes 2008 takes a decidedly serious tone
Coppola romanticizes his source material
World's football is full of passion but void of points
An adopted transvestite searches for Mom but runs into everything else
Buzz gets his jollies keeping tabs on 2005's naughty and nice guys. OK, mostly naughty.
Marie Grove leaves Stolik
The Real New Fall LP (Action Records)
SMU presents an exhibit to die for
The buffet table sings at Dawat
Arent wine drinkers sissies?
Explain the mystery of buying wine.
Central Market offers up a variety of meals on the run
Tarantino restaurant to open in Main Street building
York St.'s Sharon Hage should consider calling Lloyd's of London
The tombstones in Oakland Cemetery bear names that reflect Dallas' greatness and its shame, from former mayors to klansmen. But years of neglect have left it overgrown and forgotten.
Fort Worth's Modern Art Museum separates the pearls from the swine in a stunning new Latin American show
A young girl traverses Europe to reclaim the sister she lost to The Invisible Circus
The food's OK, but the service leaves a bad taste in your mouth at La Valentina
The turkey leg goes to...; Funny lady; Hanging on a KLIF; More epistles to the Jews; Dry summer days
Iceland expatriates Gus Gus are Reykjavik's answer to the Wu-Tang Clan...and KISS
The Rentals' Matt Sharp goes out of his way for Seven More Minutes
Dallas author Patricia Anthony's sci-fi caught Hollywood's interest. But her decision to chuck the whole genre caught New York's wrath.
Out among the fiberglass elephants, Putt-Putt pro Jeffery Smith searches for his zone
Teatro Dallas roots out sin with The Holy Inquiry