Five Minutes With Andy Grammer, Pop Singer & Songwriter

by Analise Flatt on November 7, 2018

Andy Grammer is a multi-platinum pop singer and songwriter with six certified gold hits who believes in inspiring and empowering the world by communicating his truths through his music. Grammer’s concept of what it means...

Mamma Mia at Plano’s Courtyard Theater Brings Electric Chemistry to Hit Musical

by Christian Welch on October 22, 2018

If Mamma Mia 2 reignited your love for the classic musical (or maybe it just reminded you how great the original was), you can get your fix at the Courtyard Theater in Plano from October...

7 Haunted Houses for Spook-tacular Screaming Across Texas

by Kinsley Fisher on October 17, 2018

Halloween is full of mischief, mystery, screams, frights and everything in between.  So, if you’re in the mood for a scare (or scares), or you’re just a Halloween fanatic like me, add these haunted houses...

#FoodieFriday: Paul Martin’s, the Perfect Place to Cozy Up this Fall

by Will Maddox on October 12, 2018

Along the banks of posh Turtle Creek in Dallas, Paul Martin’s American Grill is a dimly lit getaway that can help diners forget the bustling city all around them. It sits in an area full...

What a Drag! 2018 AAA Texas NHRA Fall Nationals

by James Stacy on October 10, 2018

Drag racing is the fastest form of motorsport. Cars exceed speeds of 330 mph. Engines roar with 10,000 horsepower. Flames blast out of the pipes, propelling drivers 0-100 mph in less than half a second....

10 Postcards from Big Tex

by Creagh Cross on October 3, 2018

The 24-day run of the 2018 State Fair of Texas kicked off September 28 in historic Fair Park. On opening weekend, we took in all the sights and sounds of this annual extravaganza, capturing often...

#FoodieFriday: Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Slinging Award-Winning Pies Across Texas

by Dawn Robinette on September 28, 2018

Upscale yet casual, Grimaldi’s is a family-oriented pizzeria with terrific cocktails, wine and beer for the adults, while kids can play with their own slice of pizza dough at the table. Originally opened in Brooklyn,...

A Magical Place: Lucius at the Texas Theatre in Dallas

by Daniel Ramirez on September 27, 2018

Just past a line of insurance providers, a few pawn shops, a low-cost optical storefront or two, and more than a few convenience stores – all vibrant with neon-colored window signs in Spanish, vying for...