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.
16 hours ago | DFW Music News
California band Trapt, best remembered for their alt-metal hit “Headstrong” and now known as a band whose slogan is “Make America great again,” are having a MAGA meltdown on Twitter after their Dallas show was canceled. In March, the band cooked u...
10 days ago | Dallas Observer Music Awards
2020 has challenged everything we knew to be good and constant about the world, so let us do our part in restoring a sense of comforting continuity: the Dallas Observer Music Awards will take place this year. Before your imagination runs wild, kno...
19 days ago | Outside
For most of us, a to-do list represents a series of daunting errands, everyday chores and endless cycles of grocery shopping. Dale Blasingame has more exciting tasks to cross off his list: getting to know every part of the country through its nati...
23 days ago | Film and TV
Fox Nation host and right wing puppet Tomi Lahren has made an entire career out of queefing out controversial statements seldom rooted in any logic. The (unfortunately) Dallas local has been an outspoken critic of former NFL player Colin Kaepernic...
25 days ago | Obituaries
Frank Mendez, a Corpus Christi actor and one-time Dallas resident, died on Sunday. He was 57. Mendez is best remembered for a memorable scene in the 1997 biopic Selena, as the character credited as “Second Cholo.” During a scene from the film, whe...
26 days ago | Things To Do
There’s something satisfyingly clandestine about looking for art in a dark downtown parking garage. Inevitably, dark parking lots conjure a sinister image of suspenseful possibilities; they recall Bob Woodward’s meetings with Deep Throat, any bad-...