3 days ago | Concert Reviews
To think that Yo La Tengo could possibly put together a career-spanning performance would be a bit too much to ask from a band with a 34-year musical history — even across two complete sets and an encore consisting of over 20 songs. But, somehow, ...
4 days ago | Concerts
It’s 1 p.m. Tuesday and Suicidal Tendencies’ frontman, Mike Muir, is finishing a round of interviews before he has to pick up his kids from school. Sometimes it’s hard to believe that punks grow up and take on the role of a responsible adult, but ...
12 days ago | Don't Watch That, Watch This
Dionysus, the god of wine, fertility and religious ecstasy, has taken the form of a woman named Diane and returned to save the Earth from itself in the regional premier of Madeleine George’s Hurricane Diane. In celebration of Dallas Pride Week, Ec...
24 days ago | Concerts
You may not know Michael Cheney, but if you’ve been hanging around Dallas’ music scene, chances are pretty good that you’ve seen him — usually in the front and always digging the music. This Saturday, Cheney will host his 50th birthday party at Th...
2 months ago | Feature Stories
Chris Cotter looks exhausted as he pulls into Chichen Itza, grazing the restaurant’s brick wall with his front bumper. “Fuck!” he shouts from the driver’s seat before walking to the front of his vehicle. The bumper has done its job — no damage to ...
2 months ago | Best Of Dallas
Dallas has seen plenty of good shows this year. Whether it was St. Vincent destroying The Bomb Factory with her guitar and vocals or Tony Bennett showing us age doesn't matter, we were treated to an array of talent. Here are the 10 best we've seen...