13 days ago | Arts & Culture News
As public health and the city's economy are weighed in the balance during the pandemic, an absence of crowds and rumbling roller coaster wheels lend an aura of eeriness to Arlington’s entertainment district. Six Flags Over Texas at Arlington, Hurr...
1 month ago | Theater
Stephan Wolfert hadn’t planned to stumble drunk into a Montana theater in 1991 for a performance of a play by Shakespeare. The jaded Army veteran also didn’t expect to connect with the medieval character of a crazed, homeless woman up on the stage...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
The coronavirus has mostly eradicated traditional crowds, but that's not stopping some film festivals from creating virtual marquees to ensure that the shows will go on. Thin Line Fest will be happening Wednesday-Sunday, March 25-29, and Dallas Vi...
3 months ago | DFW Music News
A hairpin turn along the roller coaster of life made one North Texas musician realize that grief ain't all that bad. Matthew McNeal bares his soul while sharing that sentiment in his newest album, Good Grief, which is scheduled for release April 3...
3 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Pickpockets, prostitutes, robbers and vagrants fill the pages of a recent book by TCU Press, the publishing house at Texas Christian University. While they may sound straight from the pages of a Charles Dickens novel, the cast of characters in Wan...
3 months ago | Beer
Beer lovers poured into BLDG 5 taproom when Revolver Brewing opened its doors last Thursday, bringing a taste of Granbury to Arlington. “We will be brewing here and bringing you the Granbury experience-plus,” says brewmaster Grant Wood. “As a brew...