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Tetris Comes To Life in Deep Ellum and The Colony

Immersive Gamebox teams up with the famed puzzle game for a new interactive experience called Tetris 1991 that turns the classic block dropper into a real workout.
By Danny Gallagher
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Theater & Dance

The Bishop Arts Theatre Center Takes on Another New York Times Bestseller

The Oak Cliff theater's annual one-act festival will transform author Heather McGhee's The Sum of Us into six plays that show us we have more in common than we think.
By Brett Grega
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Decor

A Dallas Artist’s Bathroom Renovation Sparked a Rainbow of Wallpapers

We chatted with Color Kind Studio founder Jill Elliott about her efforts to create calming, joy-filled spaces through wallpaper design.
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Movies

The Latin American Film Festival Offers Dallas a Vision of the World

The inaugural LAFFD is happening this month, showcasing Latin American features that may not otherwise get theatrical distribution in the area.
By Austin Zook
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Local News

The Historic Inwood Theatre Is Closed, at Least Temporarily

The theater opened in 1947, and was owned by Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner from 2003 to 2018. After the pandemic, it was "struggling" to remain open.
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Theater & Dance

The Spirit of Governor Ann Richards Takes Center Stage at WaterTower Theatre

Written by Emmy winner Holland Taylor, the one-woman play Ann takes an introspective look at the iconic Texas politician.
By Brett Grega
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Movies

The Taste of Things Turns French Country Cooking into Heartrending Romance

The new French film, showing in Texas theaters this week, is an unusual addition to the canon of great food movies.
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Classical Music

The Dallas Opera Stages a Stunning Performance of Opera’s Bleakest Tale of Revenge

The first local performances of cold-blooded chiller Elektra since 1996 will continue through Saturday.
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Arts & Entertainment

Deep Ellum’s Kettle Art Has Been Helping Artists for Nearly 15 Years

Kettle Art founder Frank Campagna says the gallery is built on trust and love for art and artists. The gallery’s annual For The Love of Kettle art sale happens Saturday.
By Danny Gallagher
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Arts & Entertainment

At the Inaugural Dallas Entertainment Awards, a Room for All Scenes

The ceremony at the Latino Cultural Center gathered musicians, artists, and other creators who celebrated the work being produced in Dallas.
By Desiree Gutierrez
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