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

6 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,...

Where to Get Chocolate in Dallas This Halloween

1 month ago by Kristina Rowe
With parties, haunted houses and trick-or-treating canceled or adapted for social distancing, Halloween is looking a little grim this year, but not all is lost. If you want to raise your spirits, so to speak, upgrading your candy game is a great option. Whether you’re looking for spooky-themed sweets or...

Breakfast Sandwich Throwdown: Wendy’s vs. Whataburger

7 months ago by TC Fleming
Wendy’s has breakfast now. I suspect many people have probably gone most of their lives unclear on whether Wendy’s has breakfast. But they didn't before, and now they do. Former World Series champion Aubrey Huff tells me we’ll all be dead inside three weeks, so I wanted to give the...

High Times: How to Conserve Your Cannabis During the Quarantine

8 months ago by Malen Blackmon
We know how hard it is to get through this time without the things you deem essential. If you couldn’t make it to your favorite CBD store before they were forced to shut down, you will need to find a way to make what is left in your stash last...

Sudie, 10K.Caash, Honie Gold and This Month’s Best New Music

10 months ago by Bryson "Boom" Paul
It’s off to the races for North Texas recording artists right now, if they aspire to follow in the path of 2019's breakout stars like Yella Beezy and Kaash Paige. Many established acts leading the pack are preparing for highly anticipated spring arrivals, and we’ve also got some new returns,...

Kólga’s Black Metal, Surf Rock and B-Movie Horror May Be the Best Thing Ever Seen on a Stage

10 months ago by David Fletcher
From the icy depths of, um, Dallas comes Kólga, a band that mixes black metal with surf rock and performs in custom-made sea monster masks and Hawaiian shirts. "I've always been a big fan of H.P. Lovecraft," says singer and guitar player Glib Mongo, aka Jason Mullins. "So, I wanted...

These Boots Are Made for Stalking: DFW Boot Shops We’re Obsessed With

11 months ago by Karen Gavis
Getting the boot is typically not a bucket list event, unless there are two of them, which changes everything. And, in that case, a crocodile belt or python wallet could be thrown in, too, for good measure. For those looking to add a little Western bling to their wardrobe, or...

Truth Battles Fact in Stage West’s The Lifespan of a Fact

1 year 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...

Buckets of Fun

13 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...

The Best Things to Do in Dallas, Oct. 8-13

1 year 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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