6 days ago | Feature Stories
“I want people to know Native Americans are still here,” says Damon Neal, a member of the Jicarilla Apache Nation. Neal, whose mother is Apache and whose father is of Cherokee, Wichita, Caddo and Delaware descent, will turn 41 on Friday. He spends...
12 days ago | Holidays
While Tavern Carols might create images of cheerful clinks from frosty mugs at Christmastime, for Mark Mangrem, pastor of Gospel City Church, the program has another goal. “The purpose is just to introduce us to the community,” he says. While some...
1 month ago | Feature Stories
Bollywood returned to Dallas last week as Spice in the City hosted Ark of the Rainbow’s biggest annual fundraiser. The event, which drew a full house, attracted supporters in Indian-themed attire hoping to alleviate poverty and human trafficking o...
1 month ago | Film and TV
Indie filmmaker Israel Marquez’s first foray into film was a short, silent flick. Now, the 45-year-old Grand Prairie resident has a feature-length film documenting part of the Texas music scene. Paz, Amor y Música The Alex Ruiz Story runs 90 minut...
2 months ago | Tech
Thanks to a new app the Perot Museum of Nature and Science launched globally this week, armchair explorers can virtually discover ancient bones deep inside a South African cave. The museum went live Tuesday on Facebook to announce the global reach...
2 months ago | Visual Art
A lot can change in 20 years, and the Crow Museum of Asian Art is flaunting what’s new. “We’re actually coming up on our 20th anniversary this December, so I think it was the right time for us to consider renovations and construction,” says curato...