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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: Taking Building Design and Development to the Next Level

Jackson-Shaw President and COO Michele Wheeler shares how art can impact developments
By Michele Wheeler
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Arts & Entertainment

Remembering Erik Schuessler, An Artist Who Encouraged Dallas Toward ‘Maximum Fun’

Ahead of placemaking, flash mobs, and Dallas' current art-party culture, Erik brought a sense of surprise and creative generosity to circles of influence.
By Lyndsay Knecht
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Arts & Entertainment

No Crying Over Spilt Art Beef. Or Should There Be?

What began as an outlet for a small group of artists became a well-loved community space in Dallas. The legacy of Beefhaus, considered.
By Kathryn Goddard
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Visual Arts

After Rebranding West Village With a Mural, Dallas Artist Ricardo Paniagua Wants to Go Bigger

"I like to do public art, but not with the government," he says.
By Charlotte Marina Ioffe
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Downtown

Take a Downtown Dallas Art Walk

Downtown is home to statues and sculptures and other aesthetic points of interest. You just have to know where to look. Here's your guide to an alfresco gallery experience.

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Music

Things To Do In Dallas This Weekend: Jan. 25 – 28

Art from the earliest humans, paintings built for smartphone minds, live music on three floors at once curated by North Texas' favorite radio station.
By Lyndsay Knecht
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Visual Arts

When Art is Stolen From a Museum, Should its Market Price Matter?

The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts didn't think a police report was necessary when Irby Pace's work went missing. His Dallas gallerist disagrees.
By Jamie Laughlin
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Arts & Entertainment

To Grow In 2018, Take Lessons From These Artists

Learn drums from a player St. Vincent trusts. Finish stalled projects. Or simply manage stress.
By Lyndsay Knecht
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Arts & Entertainment

At Craighead Green, Landscapes Are Gateways

Three painters show a range of projections made possible by the natural world.
By Charlotte Marina Ioffe
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Arts & Entertainment

Things To Do In Dallas This Weekend: Jan. 5 – 7

North Texas' favorite DIY, all-ages venue re-opens; a classic Japanese film gets a live re-score.
By Lyndsay Knecht