10 hours 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...
7 days ago | Feature Stories
Victor Perry can’t stop smiling. After earning a broadcasting degree earlier this year from UTA, he’s working toward a second degree in public relations and getting ready to open a film studio in downtown Arlington. These days, the 51-year-old DeS...
25 days ago | Concert Reviews
Daytime succumbed to night and a light mist threatened rain as legendary Texas blues man Jimmie Vaughan took the stage at Levitt Pavilion. ”We’re really excited to see him and hear his music,” says Arlington resident Trace Ocanas, 32, while seated...
1 month ago | Concerts
Country music singer Blake Shelton will pop into Billy Bob’s for a free concert Thursday, Sept. 20. Starting at 10 a.m., the first 5,000 fans who show up can snag a wristband that’ll get them into the spontaneous concert. “Wristbands will be place...
1 month ago | Film and TV
Several local artists have joined the mix with films exploring themes ranging from natural hair to forbidden love and unjust justice. Their work will be highlighted during the Frame4Frame festival which runs Sept. 20-23. Dallas filmmaker Reginald ...
1 month ago | Festivals
Wearing a short-sleeved, plaid shirt and black-rimmed glasses, Craig Woolheater didn’t look much like a hoaxter. The 58-year-old Euless resident and co-founder of the Texas Bigfoot Research Center, sat at a picnic table in Arlington’s River Legacy...