Arts & Entertainment

Terri Thoman Is Back to Her One True Love: Paper

“Coming here actually offered me more of an opportunity to share the studio with others, I collected all of my presses that were on loan to people.”

Assessing the Dallas Arts District, 10 Years Later

Almost 40 years after it was promised, the Dallas Arts District might finally be edging toward realization.

Assessing the Dallas Arts District, 10 Years Later

It has taken 10 years, but leadership in the district is thinking about collaboration in the right way.

Remembering Katherine Owens (1957-2019)

“Why chase someone else’s dream in some other city when Dallas offered an opportunity to push the boundaries and set your own rules?”

Inside Lamar Odom’s Disastrous Stint in Dallas

“The owner of the team was heckling me. He was cursing me out in front of fans and players. It said ‘Dallas’ on my chest. I play for you, asshole!”

Eric Clapton and Dallas’ Place in Blues History

“I wouldn’t trade it for anywhere. Maybe it would have been a trip to grow up in Memphis, but Dallas couldn’t be far behind in second.”

Why Dallas Is Missing Out on Crucial Funding for the Arts

The agency estimates that for every dollar it gives an organization, that group is able to raise up to an additional $9.

Don’t Call the Latino Arts Project a Museum

“It’s going to be transformative for the Mexican people, and for people who are not Mexican, to understand how you take national pride and how you can see that created through art.”

The Meanest Man in Texas

I pictured his dramatic story as a movie that would demonstrate this: no matter how low in life a person gets, God will help if He is asked.

Oscar DeLaughter Joins the Family Business

“Writing and all that is great. But performing, that’s where all the feeling and everything comes into play.”

How to Revive Dallas’ Arts Scene

If Dallas had funded the arts through a hotel tax, it is likely the city wouldn’t be facing millions in deferred maintenance.

Hugh Boyle Has a Thing for Restoring Guitars

“We have a company of 600 people at TracyLocke, and there is a lot of pressure that goes along with that,” Boyle says. “Some people go home and chop vegetables.”

How a Female Sportswriter Went From Covering to Coaching Football

With simple prose, Lewis creates a throwback heroine, dressed in white gloves and a pearl choker, who isn’t afraid to kick off her pumps to run down the field in her stockinged feet.