9 days ago | Things To Do
Whether it’s Mexico's cultural history, song and dance or peppery cuisine, there’s lots to revel about during Cinco de Mayo 2021. As North Texas readies to ring in Cinco de Mayo, we’ve found a few festive venues that’ll join the celebration, offer...
30 days ago | Arts & Culture News
About six years ago, Chris Tock attended an anime event dressed as an assassin in a get-up that he made himself. This was just the beginning of an extreme side hustle. “I started sewing because I wanted to cosplay,” he says. “I didn’t want to stop...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
One of the grandest collections of Spanish art outside of Spain can be found in Dallas, in the halls of Southern Methodist University. Building on the Boulevard: Celebrating 20 Years of the Meadows's New Home and the companion exhibition Fossils t...
2 months ago | DFW Music News
The luck of the draw landed a legendary metalhead’s name in the top spot of Arlington’s election ballot. And soon, he’d need all the luck he could get. Since he first entered the city’s mayoral race, it’s been a wild ride for Jerry Warden, 60, bes...
2 months ago | Things To Do
A woman with long, black braids stands near an arched window in one image. On another wall, an angel observes a chess player pondering his next move. The colorful scenes are part of Once Upon a Time, a collection of paintings based on folk tales b...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Leafy stems ascend across a banner in Deep Ellum while the roots below seem to search freely. The artwork, created by Shamsy, a local artist drawn to the outdoors and natural world, is one of six banners designed for the Deep Roots project celebra...