11 days ago | Arts & Culture News
As of this summer, slick, modern, slate and yellow bicycles have begun to dot Denton, Dallas and Irving. VBikes is an app-based, station-free bike-sharing service based in Garland, and the startup has ambitions of expanding beyond North Texas. Thi...
18 days ago | Arts & Culture News
“Our mission is to show the range of voices women have,” Justina Walford says, speaking of round two of the Women Texas Film Festival, which kicks off at Studio Movie Grill on Aug. 16 and runs through the 19th. Short films, long films, weird...
29 days ago | DFW Music News
Ever wonder what the sound of a city or even an entire country might be? Thanks to the data wizards at Spotify, you can see that information plotted on an interactive map. Every week, the “Music Map of the World” gets an update with a list of song...
2 months ago | DFW Music News
For the fifth time this month, Southern Methodist University celebrates the life and work of cellist and Holocaust survivor Lev Aronson, who made Dallas and SMU his home after escaping a concentration camp in Latvia. The annual Lev Aronson Legacy ...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
The Hill, a 275,000-square-foot development at Walnut Hill and Central Expressway, just got its first business, and it's already breaking records. TreeHouse, a store that sells sustainable home improvements, is also Dallas' first energy-positive b...