1 day ago | DFW Music News
It's June 30, 4:12 p.m. CST. We call Loners Club via Zoom. “Can you hear me? Can you see me?” she says. "Perfect. So, what were you saying?” I answer. “Man, to be honest, I think I forgot," she says. "Oh wait, no I didn’t. We were talking about wh...
6 days ago | Police
Brandon Saenz didn’t feel the projectile hit him. He heard a sound — “a boom,” he says — and a moment later he saw blood dotting his shoes and the pavement beneath them. “‘Whose blood is that?’” Saenz, 26, remembers thinking. “‘Oh, ...
13 days ago | Arts & Culture News
It’s been a bad few weeks to be a dead creep. As Black Lives Matter protests continue across the nation, many people are pointing to institutions that memorialize or legitimize racism and racists. Brands are changing their names. Confederate statu...
14 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Bethany Bass drives a beat-up 2008 Kia Sorento. She likes to listen to rap music, and because she is a junior at Southern Methodist University, she often winds her Sorento through the tony, tree-lined neighborhoods in and around University Park. W...
19 days ago | Arts & Culture News
“I’m just trying to survive,” Jeremiah Onifadé says. “That’s the motto for 2020.” The artist says this while corralling his infant son, squeezing in some after-work painting, providing for a family in a pandemic and preparing for the second art sh...
20 days ago | Coronavirus
To help protect the anonymity of the person highlighted in this story, I’ve used they/them pronouns. “I’m a business[redacted], trying to be an entrepreneur in a world that’s on fire.” The Capitalist is savvy. Over many years, they have built a su...