18 days ago | Concerts
Stone Mecca is brimming with creative energy as he assembles his band for rehearsal at an unremarkable shopping-center studio in Northwest Dallas. The chemistry is immediately apparent between Mecca, Rakim Al-Jabbaar and DQ Hampton, two prominent ...
2 months ago | Concerts
The road to becoming The Black Water Hose was not one that was conveniently paved. After struggling to find band members and navigate life in Los Angeles, James and William Levanas decided to return to Dallas and try their luck at performing as a ...
2 months ago | Architecture and Design
In his native Mexico City, Bware Sparks often envisioned he'd one day become an architect. After dropping out of college in 2011, he believed he'd failed and fallen into a category of minorities trying to succeed based on a shiny American dream. H...
2 months ago | Busking
After moving to Dallas three years ago, Jay Knox found himself in the worst-case scenario — living out of his van. His home, which most days can be found parked off Elm Street in Deep Ellum, is painted blue and covered with stars. He’s played in c...
3 months ago | Arts & Culture News
When you think of ghost hunters, you might imagine dorky, middle-aged men spouting cheesy invocations at a dark, empty room. But don’t expect to see that in Dallas’ new paranormal investigation series, Ghost Babes, which stars two baddie burlesque...
3 months ago | Brunch
Brunch is more than a common practice for the people of Dallas. It’s a way of life, a religious ceremony in which we eat the Benedict eggs and drink the Blood of Mary, and fall into a seemingly eternal, daylong state of oblivion. From mimosas at P...