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Dallas TV Show Gets a Reboot in the Form of a Political Play

3 days ago by Brad LaCour
The classic soap opera Dallas is getting another reboot, this time in the form of a live stage show, happening at 2:30 p.m on Saturday July 20. Dallas: The Remix will run at Fretz Park Library in the Black Box Theater. Grounding the over-the-top characters with the equally dramatic real...

10 Electronic Music Documentaries That Will Make You an Expert

3 days ago by Wanz Dover
The world of electronic music is dense and varied with more genres, subgenres and non-genres than most other types of music. To the uninitiated, it can be intimidating. To those who just discovered dance music in the last decade, there is a common pitfall of lumping it all under the...

Everything We Know About Dallas’ New Real Housewife from Her Instagram

3 days ago by Paige Skinner
Hello. Did you feel that earthquake? It was caused by a new Real Housewives of Dallas trailer that dropped Tuesday. It has it all. Drama! Threats! Feelings! Can you believe it? We can too. But there is something especially interesting from this trailer. RHOD has replaced Cary with Kary. Now...

Music News: The Raconteurs, Posty Fest and Frank Turner Book Dallas-Area Dates

3 days ago by Jeff Strowe
Jack White continues to show much love for Dallas. Fresh off appearances last year at The Bomb Factory, his well-attended charity baseball game with The Ticket and his ongoing involvement with bat company Warstic, the singer-guitarist is heading back this way with The Raconteurs, his epic garage rock outfit. They'll...

10 Things to Do in Dallas This Weekend, July 19-21 (Some Free)

3 days ago by Alex Gonzalez
Friday, July 19 Ryan Berg Live at Mockingbird Station 4:30 p.m. Friday, July 19 Mockingbird Station Free At the penultimate show of the Mockingbird Station music festival series, visitors of the shopping center can enjoy musical performances by local singer-songwriter Ryan Berg on the second-floor terrace. The event is family...

Ro2 Gallery Showcases the Seriously Silly With New Exhibitions

3 days ago by Ana Astri-O'Reilly
This past Saturday, contemporary art gallery Ro2 Art hosted a reception for artists Jeanne C. Neal and Kai Peter Martin. The gallery, which was founded nine years ago by Susan Roth Romans and son Jordan Roth, has been at its present Cedars neighborhood corner location for the last three years, where...

Bridge-Builder Latasha Morrison: Christians Should Lead Racial Reconciliation Conversation

3 days ago by Julie Lyons
Latasha Morrison is one of the most prominent Christian advocates of racial reconciliation. The organization she founded, Be the Bridge, provides training materials for Christians to launch small, diverse discussion groups focused on racial unity. Many of these “Bridge Builder” groups exist in the Dallas area. In October, Morrison will...

‘No One Was More Punk Rock Than Johnny Cash.’ Why Shannon McNally Likens Country Music to Punk.

3 days ago by David Fletcher
From her home in Oxford, Mississippi, the folk-blues, country-rock singer-songwriter Shannon McNally calls to talk about her latest album, Black Irish, produced by country music legend Rodney Crowell ahead of her upcoming show at Sons of Hermann Hall on July 26. Upon finding out her interviewer's affinity for punk rock...

All American: The Greatest Sandwiches in the ’Burbs Are at Patina Green

3 days ago by Nick Rallo
Sandwiches are Kaci and Robert Lyford’s second business. Their first was roving the state and country with buckets of paint. He’d been a chef since pre-Y2K, a graduate of ye olde culinary school, and, somehow, they ended up with an interior painting business. A few things happened next that sent...

Texas GOP Leaders Want You to Know They Really, Really Hate Marijuana

3 days ago by Stephen Young
This spring, the Texas Legislature passed a bill legalizing hemp and hemp-based products as long as those products contained less than .3% THC. THC is the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. At the time, the decision seemed simple enough. It put Texas farmers on a level playing field with farmers in...

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