The Texas Theatre is where Lee Harvey Oswald hid from police after he shot JFK. But that bit of history trivia is only one element in the landmark’s mystique, and the institution would be just as interesting without it. The theater offers impeccable film programming with classic films and art house gems, and its special events are just as exciting, with offbeat performances and concerts that take place behind the movie screen. Through the years The Texas Theatre has become a microcosm of Dallas culture, and its bar is an ideal spot to rub shoulders with the artists — many of whom work behind the bar — who keep the city interesting. So tip them well.