Making Dallas Even Better
What did we make of this relatively new Deep Ellum bar and kitchen?
This affordable East Dallas neighborhood is on the rise as the real estate market stays hot.
In search of authentic German culture on a weekend in the Hill Country.
When the city screws up, this citizen hiker holds it accountable.
Pop punk’s long-running road show is for the 15-year-old supermall rebel in all of us, a teenage wasteland of spiked hair, Misfits patches on jean jackets, and hormonal rage funnelled into mosh pits. Performers at the massive traveling music festival this year include pop punk legacy act New Found Glory, metalcore shredders Every Time I Die, and—curveball incoming—rapper Waka Flocka Flame, of “Hard In Da Paint” fame.
Mandel is the author of Station Eleven, a post-apocalyptic novel that explores set in North America after a flu pandemic has wiped out much of the population. The group in horse-drawn wagons called the Traveling Symphony, moves from town to town, risking there lives in order to preserve art in a decaying world.
In this campy, ribald cabaret show, Cumming delivers his take on pop hits by the likes of Lady Gaga, Broadway show tunes, and everything in between. The songs are sprinkled in with miscellaneous stories and observations. Sappy, sure, but Cumming’s such a magnetic personality he could sing a Hallmark card set to music and give it the emotional resonance of a Beethoven symphony.
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