Back in the mid '80s, you couldn't find a more fun experience than catching Southern Culture on the Skids. Rick Miller's psychobilly/surf rock creation could turn even the most modest of crowds into a seething, food throwing collection of fools that seemed to feed on the music's trailer park charm. ... More >>
Bela FleckBanjo hero Bela Fleck has long been ahead of the curve when it comes to the often misunderstood stringed instrument that's now become a practical necessity to forming an indie hipster band. You see, in the 1970s and even into the 1980s, Fleck was a country guy. As a member of the New Gr ... More >>
Sunday, May 23, at the Prophet Bar
Butterfly Connection's Twilight Zone is a Dim Shadow of the Original
The hockey team is fueled by the good ol' days
In Valley of the Dolls, heavy doses of camp with strong comic side effects
A comedy knockout from The Boxer at FIT; a sucker punch from Sugar Bean Sisters
And Jimmie Rodgers is the conductor
Don't like your neighbor? Dallas Code Compliance feels your pain. They really do.
Gonz for Congress?
Death and rumors have followed Sandra Bridewell for decades. But no one could predict the strange turn her life has taken today.
For the Deep Ellum Film Festival, the third time's the charm
It's about the artists, not the stars at the 31st annual USA Film Festival
Mike Judge is King of the Hill at the Dallas Video Festival
The DMA falls for its own hype, and that of another self-promoter named Joseph Beuys
Grandaddy is more interested in Sophtware than it is in OK computers
Go, go, Gadget... straight to hell
Penelope Spheeris wallows in the Decline of Western Civilization one more time
Time and the big screen have been hard on the Beaver
Vanity, thy name is cheese
11th Street's hillbilly soap opera Heathen Valley is beyond redemption
Satire is both sweet and tart on Cold Comfort Farm
Undermain Theatre journeys to Camino Real, a place you can visit, but never leave