Five Minutes With Barbara Horan, Owner, the historic Texan Theater

by Lisa Davis on December 5, 2019

With a history as long as the Trinity River, the Texan Theater has been brought back to life.  In 1935, the Texan Theater became one of several movie theaters in the tiny North Texas town...

#MusicMonday: Illenium Ascends in Dallas

by Aki Wada & Julie Tereshchuk on December 2, 2019

Continuing a landmark 2019, Denver-based artist Nick Miller—known professionally as Illenium—released his third full-length studio album, Ascend, August 16. November 16, Dallas-area fans got to celebrate with the great showman when he played The Pavilion...

#MusicMonday: Let’s Rock with The Black Keys

by Brian Maass on November 25, 2019

As part of their 31-city North American Tour, The Black Keys played Austin’s Frank Erwin Center November 13. The tour, which has taken the duo-driven band from Las Vegas to Detroit, and Nashville to Vancouver,...

Dallas Chamber Symphony, Not Your Typical Orchestra

by N.L.Thi-Hamrick on November 18, 2019

Time spent with the Dallas Chamber Symphony is truly one-of-a-kind. On October 22nd, the Dallas Chamber Symphony (DCS) elevated what would have been a mundane, run-of-the-mill Tuesday to a dazzling night of refined entertainment, catalyzing...

Five Minutes With DFW’s Multiple Award-Winning Singer/Songwriter Damoyee Janai

by Bob Valleau on November 12, 2019

Damoyee Janai dishes about surviving hard times and what it takes to make it in music. Your interest in music started at age two. Tell us how it all began. My parents listened to a...

#MusicMonday: Invincible Tool Brings the Fear Inoculum Tour to San Antonio

by Brian Maass on November 11, 2019

There’s an old saying: Good things come to those who wait. For fans of Tool, waiting 13 long years for new music was definitely worth it.  In August, Tool not only released their new album...

Fallon Tonight Stuns at UT Austin

by Daniel Ramirez on November 7, 2019

Earlier this week, Jimmy Fallon, host of the Tonight Show, fell back into the fountain waters on the University of Texas at Austin campus. If you’re from Austin or went to UT, you know the...

Luminaria: A Weekend of Light, Art & Community in the Alamo City

by Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo on November 4, 2019

Art is more than just taking paints to a canvas, putting notes to music or taking pen to paper. It truly is about opening up a portal to another place and time. It is like...