Every year, the first of December is greeted with dozens of boxes full of bright lights and Santa’s galore – boxes that have collected dust from sitting idly in the far corners of our attics for the past 11 months.
Alternative-rock up and comers Against the Current and Vinyl Theatre rocked teeny bopping fans and middle age crowds alike at Dallas’s House of Blues last Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Electronic duo Hermitude energized fans at Dallas’ Lizard Lounge with the sounds off its newest album: Dark Night Sweet Light on Saturday, Nov. 7.
It all began with five fateful words spoken between two high school boys competing at a cross-country meet: “I’m gonna kick your ass”.
Following the May release of their newest album ‘Dark Night Sweet Light,’ Australian duo Hermitude launched their North American tour Oct. 29 in New York.
Dallas native and SMU Meadows School of the Arts graduate student Tiana Johnson stuns audiences with her performance in Katori Hall’s “The Mountaintop,” a fictional portrayal of Reverend Martin Luther King on the eve of his assassination.
This Thursday, Oct. 22, EDM’s standout duo Adventure Club will bring their U.S. tour “When Darkness Falls” to Dallas’ Southside Ballroom.
With every new film release, the bar is set extremely high for three-time Academy Award winning director Steven Spielberg. And, as expected, his newest espionage thriller “Bridge of Spies” does not disappoint.
Coming this Friday, Oct. 9th, Oscar winning documentarian Davis Guggenheim’s new film, “He Named Me Malala” is set to release in select cities across the country.
Often times, our Instagram feeds become cluttered by ample amounts of friends’ Boulevard pictures and images of amazing food we cannot eat. So, when you’re in need of some new scenery or an easy laugh, check any of these hilarious accounts.