Arts & Culture
The world is a busy place with technology grabbing our attention. But this is a perfect time to stop by one of the many used bookstores in DFW and pick up a good book.
There is an Easter activity for everyone in North Texas — from little children to teens and parents to grandparents. Grab your camera and a basket and let the hunt begin!
DFW spring theater productions are creating a buzz. If you want to secure tickets to some of the best theater productions offered this spring, now is the time to reserve them.
You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy the festivities of St. Patrick’s Day. Here is a list of the best parades and celebrations happening across the Metroplex this year.
Paint and sip parties are a great way to tap into your creative side alone, with a date, or even as a corporate project. Here are a few of the best places in DFW for paint and sip fun.
Do you like to doodle, but haven’t got a clue how to really draw? Turn those ideas into art. Here are five of the best places in North Texas to take sketching classes.
Valentine’s Day has evolved into more than just a day for couples. Here are some events to celebrate the joy of love, friendship and compassion for everyone this month.
Grab your most comfortable shoes. Whether you like art deco of the 1930s or the modern art of today, Dallas has an abundance of art and great weather for viewing it.
The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. lives on through the many celebrations which commemorate the life of the civil rights leader. Here are the best in the DFW area.
DFW has one of the most progressive art scenes in the country, and the offering this spring has never been more diverse. With premieres of exhibits, this is the city to see for art.
The Dallas 2015 theatre season is teeming with original productions, award-winning musicals and well-known actors. Some of the shows have a short run, so you will want to be sure to get your tickets early.
Just as the Dallas Cowboys prepare to build their new 91-acre headquarters, some other performers are also thinking big in Frisco.