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Jacob Reyes

Jacob Reyes

Jacob Reyes is an arts and culture intern for the Dallas Observer. At his alma mater, the University of Texas at Arlington, Reyes was the life and entertainment editor for the student publication The Shorthorn. His passion for writing and reporting includes covering underrepresented communities in the arts.

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  • We don’t need to remind you that this year was terrible, because you’ve surely heard by now. In the spirit of giving thanks, let us focus on the positive so we can get back to planning on stuffing our faces with, well, stuffing. Through COVID deat...

  • 8 days ago | Things To Do

    Local entertainment businesses, from concert venues to drag queens, are adapting to a new world. Dallas queer bars are opening under tightened regulations, and in-person drag shows have returned with queens hungry to serve lewks and make their coi...

  • 11 days ago | Obituaries

    David Zoller, Dallas pianist and composer, died Monday morning at his home surrounded by family, his son Matt Zoller Seitz announced. Zoller, who was born in 1941, was revered for three generations for his jazz and piano compositions. His discogra...

  • 19 days ago | DFW Music News

    Your week in music news, in case you missed it: Oak Cliff native band Luna Luna released a new music video to their new single, "Time," their first release since their 2019 EP Carousel. The Latinx band is known for their unique blend of pop and ro...

  • 22 days ago | Celebrities

    Election Day is here and millions of votes have already been cast. While we hope that a pandemic, racial unrest, a divided Supreme Court, unemployment and health care would all be fine reasons to be persuaded into casting your ballot, we also know...

  • 30 days ago | Arts & Culture News

    Instagram is turning 10. Feel old yet? The social media giant, owned by the Facebook overlords, started out as an independent app that allowed users to share candid moments of vacations, nights out and food. Lots of food. Whether you frequent the ...

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