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The top 25 Dallas building trends of 2016.
Tell us your favorite places to drink, dance, sing, and otherwise carouse after dark.
With a little help from his hometown friends, the PGA’s hottest player is also becoming the hottest business brand in golf.
A new look at one of the greatest injustices in Dallas history.
After last year's stunning production of Belleville, Second Thought Theatre continues to explore the work of acclaimed playwright Amy Herzog in The Great God Pan, a meditative piece about memory and trauma. A man's life is thrown into disarray when a revelation from an old friend casts his own recollection into doubt.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth chief curator Michael Auping faced a daunting challenge in organizing the exhibition Frank Stella: A Retrospective (which opens April 17 and runs through September 18). On the one hand, there is an inherent evolution to the way Stella’s career unfolded. But put all the work together, and it is not easy to take in. Starting in the late 1950s, Stella began painting serial groupings of striped, sometimes shaped canvases. As the decades rolled by, the paintings became more geometrical and bold, then grew in scale and scope while seemingly trying to break free of their wall supports. At the Whitney Museum of American Art, where the collection debuted last October, Stella’s pieces didn’t simply dialogue with the other works in the room—they leered around corners and demanded introductions. All told, it felt like a bit of a circus. It will be interesting to see how Auping fits it all under the Modern’s elegant big top. —Brandon Kennedy
In a particularly raucous election year, it's good to remember that presidential campaigns have always been pretty wild. This exhibit puts you in the shoes of a presidential candidate, guiding you through the stump speech, the fine art of the handshake, and the ever-important campaign slogan. Learn about some historical campaigns and find out what it takes to run for the nation's highest office.
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