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.
3 days ago | Arts & Culture News
On April 18, the Deep Ellum neighborhood became a no-go zone for companies like Uber and Lyft. The pilot program, coordinated by the City of Dallas and Deep Ellum Foundation, dictated that ride-sharing company drivers would only be permitted to pi...
3 days ago | Celebrities
If Tenacious D is the “greatest band on Earth,” as they proclaim, then — naturally —Tenacious NR/CD is Earth's greatest cover band. One could say, then, that this past weekend, the two greatest bands in the world came together for one so...
6 days ago | Arts & Culture News
We're not putting down Dallas clubs here, but Los Angeles has been known to push the limits of what a nightclub could and should look like. A rabbit hole experience with very few — if any — limitations on where the night could take you. We normall...
8 days ago | Concerts
We don’t know who needs to hear this, but here’s your reminder to buy your DOMA tickets before the price goes up this Saturday, Oct. 19. We’ve been telling you about the Dallas Observer Music Awards for over a month now. In fact, we’ve been tellin...
22 days ago | Concerts
Music festivals have been in full swing around Dallas, and to kick off the fall season, Texas Latino Pride will host its sixth annual LatinX Pride Music Festival in Dallas at the Longhorn Ballroom. It will be a one-day Latin-style fiesta that take...
1 month ago | Dallas Observer Music Awards
The Dallas Observer Music Awards, which reward the most accomplished, innovative and outstanding contributions to the local music industry, are on their 31st year. Thirty-one years, the age most of us consider becoming adults. In 1988, the year wh...