5 years ago | Visual Art
Fort Worth artist and writer Christopher Blay spent the past few years working out an idea he had during a CentralTrak residency in 2014. Training his imagination on an actual conspiracy theory about a time machine inside the Large Hadron Col...
Life is relatively spacious out west of downtown these days, since the Dallas Contemporary moved to what is in gallery terms a gargantuan exhibition space from its cozier (though still not bad) location in East Dallas. The exhibition Acceleration ...
In addition to its roster (impressive), its kitschy theme (snail mail) and its awkward environment (inside someone's house), Going Postal at RE Gallery had the added benefit (when I was there) of the fast-talking, funny, devilishly charming Irishm...
Why is a billboard advertisement for 2-year-old Norman Rockwell exhibition at Irving's National Scouting Museum lately beaming down on Lemmon Avenue, just shy of Wycliff Avenue? Earlier this year, the Irving-based Boy Scouts of America reversed a ...
8 years ago | Food News
You can do a thing the right way or you can take the easy way out. In an age of endless upgrades toward increasing convenience, enhanced speed, and shorter routes to profit, staying true to your ideals will be tested. Aaron Barker and Sarah Miller...
8 years ago | Visual Art
Editor's note: Over the weekend, Betsy Lewis took home second place for arts criticism at the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies' annual awards. See the rest of her work here. Moving violations, Border Patrol checkpoints, a flurry of camp Ame...