8 days ago | Arts & Culture News
The Arlington Museum of Art has reopened with a one-man show spotlighting women. Knox Martin: Living Legend is scheduled to run through Oct. 11 at the downtown venue, which typically presents pre-curated shows. However, AMA’s marketing coordinator...
16 days ago | Film and TV
Movie buffs undaunted by the Texas heat can take to the great outdoors for drive-in films, as the all-American old-time pastime is making a comeback during the coronavirus pandemic. Showings of movies like Wonder Woman, Sonic the Hedgehog and Stra...
26 days ago | Architecture and Design
What started as a mission to find a piece of land to build a home soon morphed into an upscale townhome development. "If you would have told me two years ago I'd be right here, I'd have told you [that] you were crazy," says Georgie Zang, who corra...
28 days ago | Arts & Culture News
I'll admit it. I've never been a lifelong fan of my moniker, but I damn sure wasn't going to change the name that my dear sweet mama gave me. Lately though, it seems as if my particular tag has gone from bad to worse, and Karen has swiftly become ...
1 month ago | Politics
Although Nextdoor's purpose is to unite communities, the digital platform has come under fire for what some see as cultivating a snitch culture among neighbors who aren’t always welcoming. The virtual neighborhood, where members sometimes encourag...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
As a boy, Al Schahn knew that the handmade violins his “papa” created made a distinct sound. Now 88 years old, Schahn began patiently restoring musical instruments last year and has since refurbished more than 20 violins, he says, including 1...