4 months ago | DFW Music News
It’s not uncommon for great pieces of journalism to be adapted into screenplays. Movies like A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Bernie and Almost Famous take stories off newsstands and put them on the big screen. But rarely has journalism c...
5 months ago | Things To Do
We get it, you’re tired of livestreams. We are, too. For months, they were the only option we had to experience music — and for that we are grateful. But man, the novelty of logging on for a peek at artists performing in their living roo...
5 months ago | Arts & Culture News
The uncertainty in the current climate has us all seeing life, and art, through a new lens. The Dallas Museum of Art invites us to examine these challenges — along with the hope and resilience born from them — through their new exhibitio...
5 months ago | DFW Music News
As one of the first industries to shut down and likely one of the last to reopen, live music venues are fighting for their lives to remain standing once the COVID-19 dust settles. Insufficient government assistance has left business owners high an...
6 months ago | DFW Music News
“My name is Liv.e, and you’re under quarantine with me,” the artist says from a tweed armchair in a living room before starting her livestream. Praise be. If there’s anything we all need right now, it’s Liv.e (pronounced “Liv”... the E is silent)....
7 months ago | Coronavirus
Most live music venues remain shuttered nearly six months after pandemic closures. The nightlife industry as a whole has been hit hard, and many North Texas music venues face an uncertain future — that is, unless they have a kitchen. Billy Bo...