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At Dallas Opera, Salome's Twisted Love Story Is a Bucket List Production

5 years ago by Lauren Smart
Deborah Voigt is fabulous. She's one of those once-in-a-lifetime performers on an imagined performing arts bucket list. Like Alan Cumming in Cabaret, or Joshua Bell on violin (who will be at the Winspear next week, coincidentally). And if you're going to see Voigt, you'll want to see her singing Strauss,...
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Truth Battles Fact in Stage West’s The Lifespan of a Fact

5 days ago by Anna Lowery
The Lifespan of a Fact, a play by Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell and Gordon Farrell, begins with a perplexing spew of facts, none of which makes any sense. The audience hears something about a suicide in Las Vegas, a chicken playing tic-tac-toe, the phrase “Buckets of Blood” (which ends up...
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The Best Things to Do in Dallas, Oct. 8-13

1 month ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Tuesday, October 8 Four Hours of Fury Author and U.S. Army vet James Fenelon will sign copies of his book Four Hours of Fury: The Untold Story of World War II’s Largest Airborne Invasion and the Final Push into Nazi Germany, a nonfiction account of … well, read the title,...
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Buckets of Fun

12 years ago by Elaine Liner
Wayne Hudson and his accomplice-wife Scout are the Wal-Mart Bonnie and Clyde. Dubbed the "Mall Murderers" by media, the pair has shot, stabbed and strangled their way into the home of controversial film director Bruce Delamitri. He's the Wal-Mart Quentin Tarantino. Without the wit. When we meet these characters in...
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Dallas Observer Mixtape with Willie Trimmer

4 months ago by Wanz Dover
Willie Trimmer has been a constant presence in Dallas music culture for decades. As one of the few club DJs who still makes a full-time living behind the decks, Trimmer has a particularly well-informed perspective on the DJ landscape. His versatility and depth of genre knowledge, ranging from popular mainstream tunes...
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Once Considered Deeply Uncool, the Bologna Sandwich Is Back in a Big Way

6 months ago by Nick Rallo
There are whispers from the bar when the bologna sandwich hits the counter. Flanked on each side by a duo of dudes, the sandwich — taller than any bologna sandwich you’ve ever seen, toasted and sturdy as a fortress —elicits genuine utterances of "Wow" on each side. Instinctively, my arms...
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Backyard Cookout Season Is Upon Us. That’s Why You Need a Sous Vide.

7 months ago by Chris Wolfgang
Are we really suggesting that you let that brisket sit in warm, circulating water for 24 hours before throwing it briefly on the smoker? Why yes, yes we are.
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Student Game Makers at SMU's Guildhall Score a Surprise Hit With a Class Assignment, Frostrunner

8 months ago by Chase Carter
With just 15 weeks of development time, limited personnel and only the vaguest sense of an idea, the cohort of SMU Guildhall students known as Think Arcade weren't planning on much past hitting deadlines. They certainly didn't expect to create a video game, FrostRunner, that would set university records and...
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Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

8 months ago by Paige Skinner
Friday The North Texas Irish Festival returns with its annual family-friendly celebration of Irish and Celtic tradition and culture. Don’t be fooled by the “family-friendly” tag, however. Rest assured there will be plenty of genuine Irish whiskey and beer to enjoy all weekend long, along with dance performances, storytelling, pet...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

9 months ago by Paige Skinner
Wednesday The Women's Adventure Film Tour is making its stop in Dallas at Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson Blvd. The event will feature a screening of short films, including Katie Walsh's Surfing to Cope, about American surfer Brianna Cope. There are showings at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Wednesday. Tickets...

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