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State of the Arts: What Will Be Left of Dallas' Art Institutions After the Pandemic?

16 days ago by Eva Raggio
On April 8, Reid Robinson was having dinner with his wife, Julie, and their 11-year-old son Rowan at Keller's Drive-In on Harry Hines. Dining indoors wasn’t an option. Bars and restaurants were shut down, including the Robinsons', who own Brizo restaurant and the sublimely dive-y Forum Country Club, the oldest...
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19 Things To Do in Dallas This Week, March 9 – 15

5 months ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Monday, March 9 Art Babies: Five Senses Let’s say you’re one of those artistic parents (which is why you’re off on Mondays) and you’re terrified that your child will grow up to be basic; well, you can put your vintage album collection away, hipster dad, because the Dallas Museum of...
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The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: Chris Stapleton, Orville Peck, Mägo de Oz and More

5 months ago by Jacob Vaughn
There are some incredible lineups at North Texas venues this week. Mägo de Oz, the Spanish folk metal legends, will be taking over House of Blues on Wednesday night. Raul Malo and Ben Rector are both rolling into town for sold-out performances Friday. The next day, Orville Peck will be under the lights...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week, Feb. 17 – 23

6 months ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Monday, February 17 Jeffrey Siegel's Keyboard Conversations: Mistresses and MasterpiecesBehind every grand piano arrangement is a grand woman — we think the saying goes. A new program at the Eisemman Center focuses on the music by classic composers like Chopin, Schumann, Liszt and Mendelssohn, inspired by the women in their...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week, Feb. 10 – 16

6 months ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Monday, February 10 Love Me or Leave MeRecently, a real conversation between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was leaked online and our curiosity nearly made us forget about the Super Bowl. Before YouTube and TMZ, there was only old-fashioned correspondence. Love Me or Leave Me lets us pry into the...
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The 21 Best Things To Do in Dallas This Week, Jan. 20 – 26

7 months ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Monday, January 20 PJ Masks Live: Save The Day TourSuperhero movies are as American as baseball, so get the kiddos started on that tradition early so that they’ll be able to fit in one day when everyone’s talking about the 35th Avengers movie. The French cartoon (and now Disney-produced series),...
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The 20 Best Things To Do in Dallas This Week, Dec. 30 – Jan. 5

8 months ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Monday, December 30 Gary Owen’s DFW NYE Takeover IV We really should be attending two events this New Year’s Eve, because we can’t celebrate enough the fact that this total bummer of a year is over. Stand-up comic Gary Owen, named by Ebony as “black America’s favorite white comedian,” will...
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Undermain Theatre’s Red Chariot, a Mind-Bending Metaphor, Shows Us Science Fiction at Its Best

11 months ago by Anna Lowery
You can read the synopsis. You can look at the production photos. You can even read reviews, previews, interviews. You still won’t have a complete understanding, when you sit down to watch Red Chariot, of what exactly the play is about. Something about tarot cards, something about the internet, something...
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Audacity Solo Salon Offers Early Glimpses at Three Solo Stage Works

6 years ago by Danielle Georgiou
In May, Brad McEntire and Audacity Theatre Lab brought eight artists and eight solo shows to town and stacked them all together inside the Margo Jones Theatre. For the first festival of its kind here, Dallas Solo Fest went well. So well, in fact, that McEntire has devised a quarterly...
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The 21 Best Things to Do in Dallas, July 10-17

1 year ago by Observer Staff Writers
Wednesday, July 10 Jeff Guinn In the early part of the last century, automaker Henry Ford and inventor Thomas Edison traveled America together on summer road trips. Roads were bad, and car travel was in its infancy, so the two magnates had to rough it a bit, traveling cross country...

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