7 months ago | Fashion
Under a sweltering midafternoon sun one day in late May, a backhoe digs at the earth where Dallas’ Brewery Building once stood on the edge of Victory Park. Traffic snakes along the nearby Woodall Rodgers overpass, circling the parking lot and rail...
9 months ago | DFW Music News
Denton singer-songwriter Claire Morales often mines dark territory in her music — if not always lyrically, then often in mood and tone. In her new music for "Sibylle," debuting today with the Dallas Observer, Morales brings those haunting qualitie...
9 months ago | Feature Stories
Josh Florence breathed a sigh of relief on the morning of this year’s Homegrown Music and Arts Festival. The annual event he organizes had been scheduled to host its 10th installment the day before, Saturday, April 13, at Dallas’ Main Street Garde...
9 months ago | Things To Do
Thursday Chelsea Handler is back and you should be happy. The world feels like a friggin' mess with every new "breaking news" update, and Handler's is the only vodka soaked mind who can make some kind of sense out of it. If she can't, at least her...
10 months ago | DFW Music News
Homegrown Festival is set to extend its 10th annual celebrations into two days this weekend with news of a last-minute schedule change due to weather. Saturday's forecast of thunderstorms has prompted organizers to split the outdoor event between ...
2 years ago | Concert Reviews
John Prine has a hell of a sense of humor. Spend a couple of hours in the same room with the guy, and it's hard to come away feeling any different. He's one of America's greatest purveyors of sad songs — the greatest, quite possibly — but that doe...