As assistant curator to the Dallas Arts District’s newest addition, Morse is seeing the culmination of a “too good to pass up” opportunity come to fruition.
Men fly airplanes into buildings with the phrase “God is great” on their lips …
She’s an artist whose family owns and runs the famous Valley House Gallery. He’s a musician who founded the now defunct Museum of Bad Art.
It’s a laid-back neighborhood spot that serves excellent Mexican food.
Eighty-nine-year-old Genevieve Olsson sits reading a book to Hexter Elementary School student Josse Ganun.
Local artists open their doors and invite the public to come take a peak at their works in progress.
How to describe the charm of our neighborhood? It’s perhaps best characterized by taking a look at our neighbors.
Texas — rather unwillingly, but that’s to be expected — has become a direct shipment state.
“Of course there’s a crisis of leadership. This is a council-manager form of government. There aren’t supposed to be any leaders …”
Starting this month, the Advocate gets a new – and we hope improved – look I’ve visited the Dallas Arboretum many times over the…