A nation, a workplace, an ethnicity, a passion, an outsized personality. The people who comprise these things, who fawn or rail against them, are behind the 2014 word of the year.
Carlo DeVito, author of “Inventing Scrooge” from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares five little known facts about Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol.”
Get tips for organizing your bookshelf from Erin Gates, interior designer and author of “Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life” from sister company Simon & Schuster.
“Fine Line: Mental Health/Mental Illness,” is an exhibit by photographer Michael Nye on the Southern Methodist Campus.
The good folks at The Restaurant Choice cooked up these handsomely designed infographics to get you through your next international dining adventure.
Academy Award nominees, Grammy winners and America’s most noted jazz musicians can all be found in one place in Dallas. For the past 30 years The Black Academy of Arts and Letters has presented audiences with an array of talent.
Hundreds of community members gathered to celebrate renovations at Pike Park in Dallas.
Oak Cliff artist Brian Keith Jones, one-half of the famed Dallas collective, Chuck & George, presents his first-ever solo exhibition tonight at Ro2 Art Downtown.
Texas officials say the Prada Marfa is an illegal roadside advertisement and is considering what to do about the iconic West Texas structure.
About 30,000 works of art reflecting on love will be displayed throughout Dallas this fall to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy as his motorcade passed through downtown.
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art has acquired a rarely displayed painting by John Singer Sargent that depicts Edwin Booth, brother of President Abraham Lincoln’s assassin.
Homeowners partnered with Fort Worth’s graffiti abatement team and students from the art department at Paschal High School to revamp Jennings-May-St. Louis Park in south Fort Worth.