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Taylor Crumpton

Taylor Crumpton

Online Arts Editor, D Magazine

Taylor Crumpton is the online arts editor for FrontRow, D Magazine’s arts and entertainment blog. She is a proud Dallasite who believes the city has one of the best cultural arts scenes in the world. Taylor has written about local music, streetwear, tattoos, and everything that “shakes” in the city. Feel free to introduce yourself via email.

Stories by Taylor Crumpton

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Fashion

Colleyville Heritage Grad Ashley Hamilton Makes a Space For Herself in the World of Sneakers

The Colleyville Heritage high school alum participated on the launch of 'Duality", a limited edition Reebok sneaker in partnership with sneaker and apparel boutique APB.
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Music

Here’s Who Is Coming To Dallas This Week: May 17 – 22

What do a former Beatle, a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, and two Disney Channel starlings have in common? All of them will be performing across North Texas this week.
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Music

Joshua Ray Walker, Luna Luna, and More North Texans Performing at Austin City Limits 2022

Kacey Musgraves and The Chicks secure headlining spots. But Joshua Ray Walker and Luna Luna will perform during the first weekend of the state’s largest music festival.
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Visual Arts

Meow Wolf Comes To Texas in 2023

The U.S. based immersive arts and entertainment company expands into Texas with two exhibitions in Grapevine and Houston. The North Texas exhibit is scheduled to open in 2023.

Stories by Taylor Crumpton

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Music

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: May 9 – 13

Feminist punk, Memphis hip-hop, American rock and country take root in music venues across Dallas this week.
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Holidays

This Cinco De Mayo, Think Local

Head to Oak Cliff and Deep Ellum for a weekend of authentic Cinco De Mayo celebrations.
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Music

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: May 3 – 8

Indie rock kicks off the first week of live music in Dallas for May. Followed, by a selection of pop rock, country, hip-hop and R&B for Mother's Day.
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Arts & Entertainment

The 14 Things You Must Do in Dallas This May

Beer at the Perot Museum, a flora festival at Texas Discovery Gardens, Houston’s finest Maxo Kream lands at the Echo Lounge, and Mean Girls wraps up at Fair Park. It’s a busy month.
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Movies

‘SALLAD’ Director Tramaine Townsend on Black Dallas, Working with JBW, and Secrecy

The JBW collaborative film premiered in March on The Kessler Theatre and showed last Friday at Tractorbeam.