4 months ago | Film and TV
It’s September, which means it’s time to part ways with the long, hot summer, unpack your sweaters and take a deep breath of cool autumn air. Always a festive season, there are myriad ways to get into the fall spirit: baking pumpkin pies, picking ...
7 months ago | Film and TV
Shakespeare Dallas, a staple in the DFW community for decades, would normally be in the heart of its summer season right now. Unfortunately, the 49th season of Dallas’ Shakespeare in the Park was canceled because of COVID-19. Luckily, there are so...
8 months ago | Film and TV
The death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, and a history of systemic racism, have resulted in mass protests across the globe. While these protests are vital to attract attention, start conversations, and instigate change, it’s a...
10 months ago | Film and TV
Do you find yourself missing your home state of Texas? With the rise of the coronavirus, traveling home is becoming less of an option, but maybe you are here, in quarantine; either way why not settle for a good film to fight your homesick blues? M...
10 months ago | DFW Music News
Texas music does not fit neatly inside a box. Just as its landscape varies from arid deserts, to lonesome pines, to lush hills, so too does Texas music traverse a wide range of genres. It might best be described as a melting pot wherein artists ha...
11 months ago | Arts & Culture News
We all walk for different reasons: One day it’s for exercise, the next for transportation. Sometimes we walk to relax, and other times we're looking for a chance for personal reflection and contemplation. Or maybe we simply need to get out o...