Audiophiles of the world, unite! Our guide to all the pressed-vinyl fun in North Texas.
The Dallas Theater Center production of Colossal is more than a play about football.
Support your favorite bars, clubs, places to dance and play and more in our annual Readers' Choice contest.
What to see, and what to skip, at this year's Dallas International Film Festival.
A former KERA commentator who parlayed his knack for narration into a one-man show, Gilliland has never met a short tale. This show, set for the weekend of his 70th birthday, is being advertised as an evening when the storyteller will recount some of his more bawdy experiences.
All the big Record Store Day releases, including a 7' of the first new music from Austin alternative rock legends Sixteen Deluxe in more than 15 years, will be on hand. The real reason to show up? Live performances from Moth Face, iill, OK GO (ahead of a set at the Granada that night), Steve Earle, John Congleton, and the aforementioned Sixteen Deluxe.
Blue, the Misfit, Sam Lao, the Black Dotz, Jessie Frye, and Kaela Sinclair are highlights on this all-star local bill at Josey Records' Record Store Day Celebration. Stop by for a special edition of Fresh 45's and pick up some of the special hardware stocked for the national day of record store recognition.
Mozart's Requiem is a staple of any healthy classical music diet, but the real draw here is the U.S. premiere of a piece co-commissioned by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. The triple concerto is dedicated to and performed by the world-renowned chamber ensemble the Trio Jean Paul, a group that has set the bar for expressive, masterful performances somewhere above the stratosphere.
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