Want to be an actor? Just get really good at sports. It worked for these guys. Check out the top 5 movie characters played by athletes.
After being named the winner DART’s student art contest, 16-year-old Dallas sophomore Vivie Behrens is having her colorful artwork displayed on the sides of area buses.
This week’s Steals and Deals is for the fashionista’s, foodies and the floppy eared lovers.
Viewers who didn’t score a ticket can watch the awards on CBS 11 next April.
Art stirs the soul and tickles the senses. Whether it is worn on the body or hung on a wall, art makes a statement about the owner as well as the creator. Here’s a list of the five best up-and-coming artists in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
This is the first year for the Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival in the newly renovated Sundance Square. Artists are coming to North Texas from all across the nation.
For those who love art, the DFW area offers a lot to enjoy. Bus tours, gallery walks and international fairs complement the museum offerings. Enjoy an educational date with these options.
Former President George W. Bush will display his portraits of world leaders in the first exhibit of his work as an artist.
In the bestselling tradition of To Kill a Mockingbird and The Secret Life of Bees, Whistling Past the Graveyard is an unforgettable story of friendship’s healing powers set against the backdrop of 1960s Mississippi.
A new exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art is showcasing 150 rare Islamic works of art and scientific objects that explore the use and meaning of light. It runs through June 29.
If you want to see legendary burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese perform in Dallas, her “Burlesque: Strip Strip Hooray!” revue at the House of Blues on April 1-2 is your last chance.
The Dallas International Film Festival begins next week, giving DFW movie lovers a chance to see some extraordinary local films and talk to the people who made them.