5 days ago | Arts & Culture News
A retro space in downtown Arlington is now second home to a creative community. When Mark Joeckel, former general manager of Arlington Music Hall, had to cancel four months of shows earlier this year because of the pandemic, he says he refocused a...
7 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Although they often write in self-imposed solitude, this month, scribes will have a chance to get ... well ... Zoom together for some all-nighter writing sessions. November is National Novel Writing Month and NaNoWriMoers nationwide will be jottin...
26 days ago | Politics
By chance, two Texans teamed up for a tennis doubles match. It would be the beginning of a decades-long friendship, and a powerful one in terms of politics. “They went back-to-back men’s doubles championships by helping each other with their own w...
2 months ago | DFW Music News
When he’s not campaigning for office, JJ Fenceroy can be found, more than likely, strumming a guitar. The 50-year-old retired Air Force veteran, who made the rounds at art shows and open mics before COVID-19, is also running for Arlington City Cou...
2 months ago | Coronavirus
Although Texas’ unemployment rate fell to 6.8% last month, some renters may still be anxiously eyeing a new year. Talks of a new coronavirus relief package appear all but stagnant these days, and with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
3 months ago | Healthcare
Tough times, like during a pandemic, may mean a rise in addiction and relapses, but a Dallas treatment center is making it easier for women to recover. September is celebrated as National Recovery Month and each week there’ll be a flurry of pep ra...