5 months ago | Obituaries
John Ashley Bellamy, a Dallas artist and arts patron, died Tuesday, Dec. 8, at age 77. For many Dallasites, Bellamy’s death also means an end to a long-standing holiday tradition: the annual Christmas Eve party where eclectic crowds gathered each ...
6 months ago | Vegetarian
In her musical cooking show, One Great Vegan, performer and plant-based chef Gabrielle Reyes seeks to bring all of this and more to a cross-platform, online audience of more than 100,000 and counting. Reyes has pursued performance on the stage and...
8 months ago | Arts & Culture News
When they first gained popularity in the 1980s, RISO (risography) printing machines were often used for simple, text-based printing such as tracts and other pamphlets intended to be mass-produced and mass-dispersed. This is why many months ag...
9 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Consuming commercial media comes second nature to Americans. It's a language we speak fluently, learned through osmosis, tailored around illusive data and marketing schemes designed to hit us right where it matters: in our primal need to hoard goo...
10 months ago | Arts & Culture News
On Martin Luther King Day of 2018, Heal America held its inaugural Course Correction Conversation in Dallas. It was hosted by Bishop Omar Jahwar, the founder and CEO of Urban Specialists, and included guests of varying political affiliation (such ...
11 months ago | Arts & Culture News
While discussions on police abolition are still prevalent in the media and protesters continue to advocate defunding police forces and investing instead in community resources, people all over the world are beginning to reconsider just what “...