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1 Dallas' Deep Ellum music scene hopes to return soon with one of its most famous original voices
2 Dallas' Deep Ellum music scene hopes to return soon, along with one of its most famous original voices
3 Documentary Arts Launches Virtual “Truth in Photography” Winter Exhibit
4 “Myth of a Colorblind France” – Poetry in motion [MOVIE REVIEW]
5 Undermain Theatre to stream ambitious season of shows from its legendary Deep Ellum basement
6 What’s New on DVD in February: ‘Tesla,’ ‘Collective,’ ‘Freaky’ and More
7 'The Myth of a Colorblind France': Film Review
8 ‘Myth of a Colorblind France’ Review: Artistry Abroad
9 Listening to the blues is to tempt changing the mind about race
10 Undermain Theatre's virtual 2021 season has hopes of live Dallas audiences soon
11 Mis Cazuelas' History, Food and Authenticity Draw Dallas' Cultural Power Couple
12 Deeply Personal Debut Miracle Fishing Leads an Impressive DocuFest Lineup
13 Alan Govenar Bringing Fiddling, a Historic Part of Dallas Street Culture, Back to the City
14 'Tattoo Uprising': Film Review
15 New movies to stream this week: ‘Oliver Sacks: His Own Life,’ ‘We Are Many’ and more
16 Emory commemorates Juneteenth
17 Documentary EXTRAORDINARY ORDINARY PEOPLE Opens 12/1 in LA Plus Q&A with Alan Govenar
18 How A Music Scholar Finally Completed 'The Blues Come To Texas'
19 ‘Dead’ and ‘The Artist’s Wife’ top this week’s streaming movies at Cleveland Cinemas and Cinematheque
20 The Museum of Street Culture Takes a Ground-Level Look at Dallas Arts
21 Rare Film Footage of Artist Henry Ossawa Tanner in 1930s Paris
22 How Lightnin' Hopkins Came Back
23 Meet Dallas’ Kaleta Doolin, a quiet titan for the recognition of women artists
24 Things to Do: Read The Blues Come to Texas
25 Exploring the Bizarre Cult of Ink in 'Tattoo Uprising'
26 Culture Type: The Year in Black Art 2020, Key News, Exhibitions, Awards, and More That Defined Year
27 'Extraordinary Ordinary People': Film Review
28 Groundbreaking German Artist Celebrated in Dallas: $100,000 and Nasher Moments
29 The Beat Hotel: Film Review
30 Programming Note: Dallas Blues History at the Texas Theatre Tonight
31 A Sweeping History of Texas Blues Celebrates Little-Known Musicians
32 Tracking Shots: This Week in Film
33 Film-tastic! Documentaries, short films peer into cowboy culture
34 ‘Texas in Paris’ Stars Lillias White at York Theater Company
35 Eric Clapton and Dallas' Place in Blues History
36 The Swashbuckling Origins of One of America’s Greatest Tattooers
37 Gerald Williams Found His Salvation Thanks to a Mean Robert Johnson Impersonation
38 ‘You Don’t Need Feet to Dance,’ a Documentary on Sidiki Conde
39 The Cultural History Of Tattoos, Explained
40 Tattoo History in the United States—How They Became a Thing
41 Homeward Bound
42 Visiting the Mary Ellen Mark Exhibit at the New Museum of Street Culture in Downtown Dallas
43 Josephine Harreld Love, pianist and devoted arts advocate
44 The Museum of Street Culture Wants You To Rethink Homelessness
45 Shy Guy's Grandfather Invented Fritos, But His Destiny Was Making Music
46 Remembering Mack McCormick
47 Akiń Babatundé to Star as Blind Lemon Jefferson in New Musical Lonesome Blues
48 Lillias White and Scott Wakefield Begin Rehearsals for York Theatre's Texas in Paris
49 Ed Hardy Changed Tattooing Forever
50 The South Street Seaport Museum Announces GOTHAM AND GUS WAGNER
51 Study Up For 'Think': The Dallas Music Scene From The 1920's to the 1960's
52 Next postCulture Type Picks: 15 Best Black Art Books of 2020
53 First Look at Lonesome Blues Starring Akiń Babatundé
54 Restoration of Historic 508 Park Building Takes Big Step Forward
55 You Don't Need Feet to Dance: Film Review
56 New Museum of Street Culture in downtown Dallas cements first exhibit
57 Winston-Salem’s Tattoo Archive: Telling The Story Of Time Through Skin And Ink
58 Step into Dallas’ historic 508 Park building, now becoming Encore Park
59 Downtown Dallas' Museum of Street Culture opens with groundbreaking show
60 Someone Stole The Central Track Historical Marker Sign.
61 Holiday Volunteering In North Texas: A Quick Guide
62 In Memoriam: Undermain's Katherine Owens, Theatre Visionary
63 Deep Ellum's Boom-Bust Cycle Happens Every 30 Years.
64 Exciting acquisitions inspire artful celebration at SMU's Meadows Museum
65 Blind Lemon Blues
66 Five years in the making, The Museum of Street Culture will finally open in downtown Dallas
67 Paul Oliver, Pre-eminent Authority on the Blues, Dies at 90
68 Norma's Celebrates 60th Anniversary with 1950s Prices
69 Joe T. Garcia's Is a Fort Worth Institution — But Is It Still Worth the Trip?
70 Plans for Dallas' Museum of Street Culture include taming the very street it celebrates
71 The 10 Best Dallas Music Documentaries
72 The Hidden Half of an East Texas Town
73 Fair Park hasn't always been fair to everyone, and it's time Dallas finally tells that story
74 Tattooing in the Civil War Was a Hedge Against Anonymous Death
75 On Photography: The Cadence of Life, Through the Lens
76 The Story Behind John Jeremiah Sullivan’s Times Magazine Cover Story
77 Norma Miller, The Queen of Swing Remembered | The Syncopated Times
78 What’s New on DVD in November: ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Weathering With You,’ ‘Essential Fellini’ and More
79 Lena Waithe to Produce ‘A Thousand and One,’ Directorial Debut of Sundance Fellow AV Rockwell
80 Theater Listings for Feb. 27-March 5
81 Skydance Animation Names Shane Prigmore Senior Vice President of Development
82 Jordan Peele Sets Next Horror Film at Universal for July 2022
83 Anne Morgan of New York found her calling in war relief
84 Edward Lycett, Designer for Faience Company, Brooklyn
85 Knights' Tale
86 ‘Space Mountain’ Movie in the Works Based on Disney World Roller Coaster
87 New York Draws Attention to the Art of Tattoos
88 Resurrecting the Oak Cliff building that was once home to the biggest gospel publisher in the world
89 ‘Extraction’ Executive Producer David Guillod Arrested Again After New Sexual Assault Accusation
90 BloodList 2020 Shines Spotlight on Unrepresented, Undiscovered Writers
91 ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Pauses Production for 2 Weeks After Positive COVID-19 Tests
92 ‘Hocus Pocus': Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker Reunite for Halloween Special
93 These are the 10 best things to do in Dallas this weekend
94 Stage West's 'An Octoroon' underscores how far we've come — and still have to go — with racial equity in theat
95 Dallas Women's Foundation says it's raised $35 million of $50 million campaign
96 Fall 2017 Movie Release Schedule
97 Eighty years later, the stories told by ex-slaves in Dallas still sting
98 The Reader's comprehensive-ish film review index | Movie Feature
99 AMC Theatres Plans to Raise $500 Million in Private Debt Offering
100 The 2017 holiday sneaks list includes blockbusters like 'Justice League' and 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'