Austin | Dallas | Houston

News Archive RSS
Arts

Dinner Is the Show
What: Preview dinner and reception for "The Viscous Valley" Where: Zhulong Gallery The 411: VIP guests were treated to a new art experience at the sneak peek of "The Viscous ...
Street Wise
High-impact and ephemeral, street art is defined by its envelope-pushing graphics and impermanent status. Even works by the notorious Banksy are often damaged or covered up within hours of their ...
25 Years and Counting
The Meyerson Symphony Center, home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, turns 25 in September. To get the yearlong, silver anniversary party started, the DSO will host a week full of ...
Broadway Y'all
Houston native Tyce Green is bringing Broadway to Dallas in a big way. His Straight From New York master classes invite award-winning musical theater actors to dispense industry wisdom and ...
Art of War
Dallas photographer Jeffrey Gusky has spent years documenting the secret world left behind after World War I. Now he's sharing around 2,000 never-before-seen images in a collection titled ...
Actor Spotlight
You may not see Major Attaway onstage at Jubilee Theatre's Little Shop of Horrors, but you'll definitely hear him. Attaway is the voice of Audrey II, the carnivorous ...
Call for Animal-Loving Artists
Dallas is getting a little wild with its next public art project. The city is currently looking for artists to help make a piece to complement the Dallas Zoo's ...
Living Set Decorations
Dallas Theater Center is hoping to have a campy good time with its upcoming 2014-2015 season opener, The Rocky Horror Show, and it's now looking for a select few ...
Your Show of Shows
What’s getting us hot and bothered this month? Beyond the return of the Design District’s Gallery Day this Saturday, July features a local artist’s first retrospective, a ...
Classic With a Twist
Few theater productions are more iconic than Les Misérables. The musical, which premiered in London in 1985, is one of the longest running productions in theater history. For audiences ...
Life's a Beach
Dallas photographer Steve Wrubel grew up in California, where his obsession with palm trees — which he calls the "supermodels of the tree world" — began. In his series "29 Palms" ($900- ...
Actor Spotlight
Issues of race and fame are hilariously satirized and smartly examined in By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, a play by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage. Yolonda Williams stars as ...
Texas Lit
On a Tuesday evening in late May, at the kickoff event for the 2014 Mayor’s Book Club in Austin, novelist Elizabeth Crook said very sweetly in her slight Texas ...
Artsy Dallas
The program to fill Dallas Love Field airport with all manner of public art has earned national recognition: Dixie Friend Gay's North Texas Sunrise has been named one of ...
Private Art Turned Public
Art Everywhere US, the public art project involving the Dallas Museum of Art, has announced the list of artworks going on display on billboards, busses, subway platforms, airport dioramas and ...
Featured CultureLists

Newsletters for exploring your city

Daily Digest

Dallas news, views + events

The Dining Report

News you can eat

Insider Offers

Curated experiences at exclusive prices

Promo Alerts

Special offers + exclusive deals

We will not share or sell your email address