Young store owner John Piermarini has comfortably settled into the historic retail center.
Why we are still fighting over it at all?
As the Wright Amendment comes to an end, a look back at when the airport was flying high.
Watch bartenders ignite orange twists with blow torches and saw through enormous blocks of ice.
Part of the Complete Works of Shakespeare project undertaken by AT&T Performing Arts Center and Shakespeare Dallas, which will present all of the Bard’s works over a five-year period, this performance is a mash-up of the poems “The Phoenix and the Turtle” and “Sonnets to Sundry Notes of Music.” Shawn Magill, of the band Home By Hovercraft, conceived and directs this staged reading.
Texas Ballet Theater stages Princess Aurora’s 100-year-long nap with help from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. The CGI-heavy Maleficent might have been a critical disappointment, but beautiful, classic choreography and the FSO’s involvement will likely keep audiences rapt. That leaves us with one question: Just how will her royal highness snooze through all of those tympani rolls?
There was once a time when video was the cutting edge technology of its day, which was part of the impetus for the launching of this beloved festival 27 years ago. Although formats have changed dramatically, VideoFest is no less important than it was nearly three decades ago. For instance, this year's showing of the documentary Killing the Messenger focuses on the many dangers that journalists face as they attempt to conduct their necessary business all over the planet. Unfortunately, the film's message is more pertinent than ever. The event is spread across multiple venues over the course of its ten days, and that includes everywhere from the Alamo Drafthouse to the South Dallas Cultural Center.
It's that time of year. One of the city's defining events is here again, and we'll be first in line to this wonderful display of southern decadence. From the ambitious fried food selection to the various icons that have helped cement the mythical iconography of Dallas.
Construction on I-635, I-35 and ... pretty much any highway in the metroplex got you down? Self-taught 19th Century artist George Caleb Bingham’s paintings of life along the Missouri River frontier will certainly provide relief. Images of “raftsmen” playing cards and lounging on riverbanks recall simpler times.
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