Making Dallas Even Better
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.
The singer hasn’t released much new music since her solo debut, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, in 1998. We’re not bothered. We’d probably struggle too if we had to follow up one of the greatest albums of all time. Hill could have even retired after the Fugees split up, and we’d still be thrilled to see her back. The music is just that good, and that timeless. The sometimes erratic performer can tour whenever, and however, she wants, and we’ll still be there.
A world premiere co-production from the Dallas Theater Center and Cara Mía Theatre Co., Deferred Action follows a young Latino immigrant living in legal limbo in the U.S. The play examines the harsh reality behind the DREAM Act, and a situation that—for many undocumented residents growing up in Texas—can feel like a bureaucratic nightmare fit to give Kafka the shivers.
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