Cohn Drennan Contemporary opens the 2013-2014 season with new works of art from gallery artists Michael Blair and Angel Fernandez. Michael Blair’s new series of paintings is inspired by some small experimental paint sketches from the last year. His work continues its commitment to innovating and revisiting modes of abstraction by absorbing his surroundings, taking mental Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Due to construction concerns the food trucks on Flora that were located between the Myerson and Winspear on Flora have moved just a city street away to the vacant lot at Flora and Leonard. The small distance offered the group of restaurants located at the east end of Flora in One Arts Plaza a boost of fresh energy and a group of takers for lunch on the Plaza.
Chef David McMillan reports that his pig cart located in front of his restaurant Screen Door has taken on more customers each day. McMillan offers a plate of smoked pork and trimmings for less than $8, making it a true bargain for quick lunch time diners in the area. Continue reading
by Katie Minchew
Friday evening, as part of the infamous Savor Dallas event, a friend and I participated in the Arts District Stroll. The event was hosted at four venues (Meyerson Symphony Center, Winspear Opera House, Dallas Museum of Art, and Nasher Sculpture Center) and promised lots of wine, beer, and snacks, all to sample in a very short two hours. The event started at 5:00pm, not allowing for us worker bees to arrive on time. We raced in and registered at the Meyerson, ready to mix and mingle with our fellow Dallasites. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
There have been a slew of new food trucks popping up across both Dallas and Fort Worth giving anyone who follows the truck dining scene more options. When the food truck phenomenon first began it looked like the stereotype to beat was the taco. There are plenty of plays on just about anything wrapped in a tortilla at any truck gathering, so many are now choosing to sway from a typical choice of fare.
Looking at what will be offered in the near future we have spoken with a few that will have some kicked up options and soon we will be enjoying our first Indian cuisine truck. But we ran across a truck this past weekend that at first glance appeared to be running the ordinary but upon closer inspection was nothing of the sort. Enter TX Delicioso a truck whose mainstay is pizza but offers much more. Continue reading
by Crave Staff
A very rare and generous challenge contribution by actor Alec Baldwin will help put the AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Annual Fund over the $1 million mark for the first time.
Baldwin issued the surprise challenge for $25,000 from the stage during his appearance in the Brinker International Forum at the Winspear Opera House last Friday night. It was his first visit to the Center and its striking venues. Continue reading
by Crave Staff
The AT&T Performing Arts Center announced today that single tickets for the national tour of the explosive Broadway hit American Idiot, called “wonderfully raucous” and “emotionally charged” by The New York Times, will go on sale Saturday, March 10 at 10am. American Idiot is part of the Lexus Broadway Series. Continue reading