13 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Today, the Dallas City Council will vote to determine whether Lee Park's statue of its namesake, Gen. Robert E. Lee, will be removed. But in 1936, at least, the statue was such a source of pride that it drew President Franklin D. Roosevelt to town...
21 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Andrew Allen’s multiprotagonist drama, Glow, spent years in the making. And the Dallas indie filmmaker says he basically went broke filming it. But his debut feature-length film is finally here and set for a world premiere tonight, Aug. 29, at Tex...
22 days ago | Arts & Culture News
He cut his teeth in Arlington. And after three decades in film, Lou Diamond Phillips will return for a heart-to-heart about life and acting at the school where he once built sets. The Lou Diamond Phillips Film Festival, which will featur...
28 days ago | Arts & Culture News
It’s been a year since "Pokémon Go" sent gamers scrambling to collect virtual creatures all over Dallas, and the app is still providing entrepreneurs opportunities to cash in. An Austin-based company called Pokémon Go City Tours recently expanded ...
1 month ago | Lists
While big-city lights don’t exactly provide the prime backdrop for stargazing, Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas member Dick Gentry has a few favorite spots. The group has already picked some sites for its new, free star parties. “Often, a star...
2 months ago | Theater
"Math was my Waterloo," Dennis Maher says, explaining what attracts him to the role of Albert Einstein, whom he'll play at Theatre Arlington beginning this month. The longtime University of Texas at Arlington theater arts professor has brought man...