Eva Raggio is the Dallas Observer's music and arts editor, a job she took after several years of writing about local culture and music for the paper. Eva supports the arts by rarely asking to be put on "the list" and always replies to emails, unless the word "pimp" makes up part of the artist's name.
2 hours ago | Arts & Culture News
The stay-at-home life isn't exactly like jail. We can take walks, shop online, call whomever we want, have conjugal visits, Netflix until our brains fry and watch real prisoners on the screen, who have it much worse. No matter how necessary, compl...
1 day ago | DFW Music News
Remy Reilly is used to pouring her soul into subjects that she hasn't experienced directly. Her first EP, released in 2018, was heavy on love songs about imagined relationships. Her newest release, the single "Just Stop," also touches on a theme t...
2 days ago | DFW Music News
There are two reasons we're celebrating Bayleigh Cheek today: First, we are eternally crushing on the musician's sophisticated brand of psych indie rock and deeply wounding vocals, and it also happened to be her birthday yesterday. Cheek...
2 days ago | Arts & Culture News
In 2017, Jessica Serna started the travel blog My Curly Adventures after returning from a monthslong trip to Spain, where she hopped around the old continent in search of its best food and fashion. Serna is used to staying close by; she’s big on T...
3 days ago | Coronavirus
The idea of social distancing, sheltering in place and even the more medical, nightmarish sounding “quarantine” might seem like business as usual — even a relief — for those tortured by social anxiety. For extroverts, however, the same ideas evoke...
7 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Bob Dylan is a music superstar and pop culture icon, a symbol of intellectual progress and a counterculture hero. But, above all, he's a Nobel Prize-winning wordsmith. His message of civil rights activism and philosophical poetry have been essenti...