3 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Even while soldiering through power outages and pandemics, many locals are still readying for part two of Scarborough Renaissance Festival’s 40th anniversary, which begins April 10. Like most shows, last year’s celebration ended before it began. H...
4 days ago | DFW Music News
The lights were still on at a North Texas bar during the state’s snowpocalypse, and a lightbulb went off in the owners' heads. Soon, the venue would become a community center for neighbors suffering through power outages. “Everyone was out of powe...
14 days ago | Arts & Culture News
It all began one morning as Mark Birnbaum sipped coffee with a friend who’d read about Byrd Williams IV, whose lineage includes a long line of photographers. The friend asked, “Isn’t this the kind of person you make films about?” Birnbaum remember...
28 days ago | DFW Music News
As a young bluesman, Tommy Katona journeyed to Dallas to learn more about the genre. Last year, things got a whole lot bluer. Katona, now 36, hails from Hungary and styled himself after the late Stevie Ray Vaughan. He’d connected with Vaughan’s mu...
2 months ago | Texas History
Resurrected tales of terror are moving listeners to the edge of their seats. Culling through reporter notes from stories he’d written decades ago, Robert Riggs created a hair-raising podcast that’s attracted more than 55,000 listeners in its first...
3 months ago | Science
It’s not a municipality of vampires, at least we don’t think so, but a lone town in North Texas is clinging to the darkness. “It’s kind of a dark area, not a lot of development, not yet,” says Gordon Meredith, North Texas regional manager for the ...