11 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Stephanie Drenka never felt the need to weigh in on the abortion debate – until now. Drenka is a Korean adoptee who grew up in Southlake and now lives in Dallas. She’s a writer and activist who predominantly focuses her attention on writing about ...
13 days ago | Arts & Culture News
The Hulu hit The Handmaid's Tale, a dystopian drama based on the novels by Margaret Atwood, returns tomorrow for its third season. But imagine if it were shot like a '90s-era soap opera. That’s exactly what local singers Teddy Waggy and Sudie Aber...
27 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Dallas artist Erica Stephens is ready to get personal, and she doesn’t care if you like it or not. Her home is full of art depicting love and violence in preparation for shows that she says mark a turning point in her professional and personal lif...
1 month ago | Architecture and Design
If you go outside the great state of Texas, and you mention that you’re from Dallas, you’ll probably get one of a few standard reactions. We’re generally known for three things: the Dallas Cowboys, the Dallas TV series and the fact that JFK was sh...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
“So, this is our desert,” Anna Jordan says as she unlocks the art gallery on the street level of 1900 Pacific Residences in downtown Dallas. The doors swing open to a spacious room with a photographic mural of a desert scene along the far wall, th...
2 months ago | Feature Stories
Women who work together succeed together, and Cassi Oesterling and Tiffany Zamora want to help Dallas women do both. In February, the pair launched Her HQ, a pop-up for one of the first female-focused coworking spaces in the Dallas-Fort Worth area...