3 days ago | Arts & Culture News
When two students from different colleges took a leadership class, the result changed their perspective and their summer break. “Last year, we hosted a youth leadership development program called Emerging Leaders,” says Greg Weatherford II, who le...
10 days ago | Concerts
For September Moon, music has produced a rippling, magnetic effect. Musicians Daniel Brown and Katherine Rublein met during a singer-songwriter competition in the Fort Worth Stockyards several years ago, and the 30-year-old newlyweds have been mak...
16 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Mitch McLeod grew up watching fright flicks in a small town on the outskirts of Dallas. Now, the indie filmmaker makes the stuff of nightmares with his own work. “I don’t know if I’d even consider myself to be a horror person or horror filmmaker,”...
24 days ago | Arts & Culture News
From exquisite fashion to somber recollections and colorful replicas of classic art built brick by brick, Dallas has enjoyed a remarkable array of art in 2019, and here’s a short list of six important exhibitions that are still on the radar. Dior:...
26 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Known as “Lords of the Plains,” the Comanche Indians earned their reputation as fierce warriors and highly skilled horsemen. Quanah Parker is known as the last chief of the Quahada branch of the tribe. Parker was the son of Comanche Chief Pet...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
Whether it’s hosting a songwriter showcase in Fort Worth or trailing across the country collecting cowboy songs, it’s all just part of the job for a ballad hunter. After narrowing the focus of his weekly songwriter’s showcase specifically to cowbo...