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Every Act Playing Coachella This Year, Ranked

5 years ago by Andy Hermann
After you've decided to start ranking all the acts on the Coachella lineup, there comes a moment when you realize you've made a terrible mistake. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is way too big, too ambitious in scale and scope, too sonically diverse to be reduced to a...

5 Unique & Cheap Culture Events This Week

5 years ago by Amy McCarthy
This time of year, everything just feels a little more boring. We’re all waiting around for fall television premieres and football that these last few weeks of August can feel a little empty. You could do something productive like figure out how to pay off those student loans or repave...

Awesome Things to Do in Dallas This Weekend, Aug. 27 - 30: Parties, Rock Musicals, Shopping

5 years ago by Lauren Smart
Remember when you used to love summer? It meant freedom: no homework, a later curfew and plenty of warm nights by the pool with your friends. Well, that's what it was supposed to mean. I was always grounded. Some things about growing up aren't so bad. But I do miss...

Phillip Collins on Curating for the African American Museum, and a Life Well Lived

6 years ago by The Mixmaster
By Jeremy Hallock Throughout his career, Phillip Collins has focused on giving African-American artists exposure. An accomplished art historian and curator, he established himself as an important voice in the Dallas arts community and then used his position to re-cast the spotlight. In his 60s, he retired from his Chief...

Cannes Report: Don't Say Marion Cotillard is "Too Pretty" for Two Days, One Night

7 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
#492425863 / Marion Cotillard, the star of the Dardenne Brothers’ competition film Two Days, One Night, showed up for the photo call on Tuesday in a mini-dress encrusted with a riot of buttons, a whimsical and rather adorable choice for an actress who, on-screen just a few minutes earlier,...


9 years ago by Falling James
There's so much great music coming out of Mali these days, but it's the nomadic Saharan collective Tinariwen who conjure the most inexorably compelling spells. The music of these Tuareg warriors (several of them fought as rebel soldiers) came to wide attention with their 2009 album Imidiwan: Companions and an...

The Remaking of Vickery Meadow

9 years ago by Leslie Minora
Ray Mali dresses neatly in a collared cotton shirt, jeans, clean sneakers and a bulky leather jacket that doesn't keep him quite warm enough. It's eight o'clock on a January morning. He takes his last few gulps of tea and leaves for work, his muscles aching even before he steps...

Fantastic Fest Has Announced Its Short Film Selections, And Guess What? They're Freaky.

8 years ago by Jamie Laughlin
An intimate relationship between a fisherman and a lobster. An ice cube waxing on the topic of modern refrigeration. A team of kung fu chefs, negating peril from aggressive, mutated chickens. A woman with orange juicers for breasts. It can only be Fantastic Fest, Austin's annual celebration of grind house,...

At N. Central and Walnut Hill, Plans to Replace Moonscape with "First-Class Development"

10 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Perhaps you've heard: One week ago today, a real estate holdings company controlled by Stan Kroenke -- owner of the St. Louis Rams, Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche and husband of Wal-Mart heiress Ann Walton -- purchased the moonscape at Walnut Hill Lane and N. Central Expressway, about which we've...

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