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Elvis Lives?
Robert Faires • Dec. 2 issue
Different Stages' Fahrenheit 451
This theatrical adaptation of the Ray Bradbury story ends up being timely and may make you step outside your bubble
Elizabeth Cobbe • Dec. 2 issue
"Mayhem, Method & Medium: Mike O'Brien" at Flatbed
Sculptures of striped tubes take on an uncanny life when photographed and reprinted by the artist
Sam Anderson-Ramos • Dec. 2 issue
Blue Genie Art Bazaar: The Movening
Blue Genie Art Bazaar shifts its longtime holiday gift emporium to a new space across from ACC Highland
Wayne Alan Brenner • Nov. 25 issue
Lifted by wonderful performances, Austin Shakespeare's take on the Noël Coward backstage comedy is a delight to watch
T. Lynn Mikeska, Nov. 25 issue
The company’s program, with a new work inspired by the 1966 UT Tower shooting, spoke powerfully to our present moment
Jonelle Seitz, Nov. 25 issue
In our tumultuous moment, seeing work by artists from nations that have known tragedy our own has not can be enlightening
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Nov. 25 issue
For 2016, EAST explodes to more than 500 stops for art
Robert Faires, Nov. 18 issue
Five recommendations for a quick education on the Eastside arts scene and beyond
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Nov. 18 issue
Photographers Yvonne Montero and Terra Schneider cook up sensual imagery of food
Dave Randall, Nov. 18 issue
Troy Campa left behind a successful career in architecture to develop a new creative life with CAMIBAart Gallery
Madeline Irvine, Nov. 18 issue
Hold on to your tales just a little longer, writers!
Robert Faires, Nov. 18 issue
Standing Rock’s Civil Disobedience Reaches West Texas “It’s the Rio Grande. It’s sacred to many people."
Mondo Gallery Turns the Channel to Nickelodeon Plus exclusive first look at Avatar print
Satanists Say Fetal Burial Rule Violates Religious Freedom Satanists vs. Texas over abortion rights? It’s a possibility.
How Returning Lightbulbs Turned Into a Run-In With Police Chiullán said one officer told him this kind of situation is why Yelp reviews were invented