Nicholas Bostick is a national award-winning writer and former student journalist. He's written for the Dallas Observer since 2014, when he started as an intern, and has been published on Pegasus News, dallasnews.com and Relieved, among other publications. Nick enjoys writing about everything from concerts to cobblers and learns a little more with every article.
25 days ago | Holidays
Aside from death and taxes, you can always set your watch by the inevitability of Christmas decorations going up by Thanksgiving. No sooner are the Black Friday tents pitched that one can find wreaths, candy canes and inflatable deer in front yard...
2 months ago | DFW Music News
Last year, Austin-based cartoonist, archivist and sound artist Ethan Persoff was in need of a break. Between the 2016 election of President Donald Trump and 2018, he says, he was filled with nervous stress and trepidation. But after spending two y...
3 months ago | Concerts
Named for a quaintly bougie suburban neighborhood in Toronto, Canada, The Beaches are likely to be the harbingers of a new age of un-ironic, non-alternative, rock music — one dominated by women. With all the swagger and rebellion of their predeces...
4 months ago | Courts
The scent of burning sage and the sounds of Jamaican dancehall legend Buju Banton wafted down the steps of the Frank Crowley Criminal Courts Building on Wednesday night as protesters gathered to react to the sentencing of former Dallas police offi...
4 months ago | Police
Friends and family, politicians both foreign and domestic, as well as supporters of every stripe, all donned the color red and converged on the Renaissance Dallas Hotel on what would have been Botham Jean’s 28th birthday. Red was his favorite colo...
Deep Ellum Artists and Businesses Will Open Their Studio Doors to the Art-Loving Public This Weekend4 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Deep Ellum is a neighborhood that thrives on putting on events and showcasing talent both local and from around the world. Yet in all the excitement of Elm Street’s bold new buildings and booming amplifiers, it can sometimes be difficult to see al...