Saturday, February 24, 2024 Feb 24, 2024
66° F Dallas, TX
Advertisement

FrontRow

Dallas Arts from the Best Seat in the House
Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest

Image
Arts & Entertainment

Here’s Your Opinionated Guide to the Dallas Symphony’s Upcoming Season

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra just revealed its new season. There are plenty of big booming shows, but also more reflective options, too.
Image
Arts & Entertainment

Trevante Rhodes Welcomed the Chance to Bring His Career Full Circle

The Netflix thriller Mea Culpa, which begins streaming this week, reunites the Little Elm native with prolific director Tyler Perry.
By Todd Jorgenson
Image
Arts & Entertainment

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Weekend: February 22-25

Catch a full blues musical, new local music, or wish Erykah Badu a happy birthday. It's a packed weekend of entertainment.
Image
Things to Do in Dallas

Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

How to enjoy local arts, culture, food, fitness, and more in Dallas.
By D Magazine
Image
Music

Defunct Local Magapaper Makes Cameo in Old 97’s Video

"Where the Road Goes" is a look back at the band's 30 years.
Advertisement

Latest

Image
Music

Allow Skylark Soul Co. to Reintroduce Itself

Talking to the label's co-founder Jeff "Skin" Wade about its grand re-opening and his new project with bassist Danny Balis (and a handful of hip-hop greats).
Image
Nightlife

Where to Find The Best Line Dancing in Dallas-Fort Worth

The finest, honky tonkinest joints for two-stepping in North Texas.
By Catherine Wendlandt and Alex Macon
Image
Arts & Entertainment

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Weekend: February 15-18

It may be a chilly weekend, but there will be plenty of indoor entertainment, from R&B greats to jazz legends and more.
Image
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
Image
Personalities

His Voice Powered AT&T Stadium. Now His Hands Build Movie Sets.

Jody Dean worked as a radio and television broadcaster in North Texas for 50 years. These days he’s acting and building sets for, among others, Taylor Sheridan, creator of Yellowstone.
Advertisement
Page Cached: 2024-02-24 00:50:01 on http://www02.dmagazine.com