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  • Story Time in Dallas, Texas


    Story Time in Dallas, Texas

    Artist Blake Hackler tackles delicate subject matter in his creative work

    Blake Hackler has been a storyteller since the age of 3, when he began inventing long, surreal tales that astonished his speech therapist and his mother, who was watching, unseen, through a two-way mirror. But Hackler, who grew up in the windswept Texas Panhandle city of Amarillo, didn’t think he …


  • An Exhibit Dedicated to Kate Moss


    An Exhibit Dedicated to Kate Moss

    Visit The Dallas Contemporary for an inside look at exclusive photos of this iconic model

    Even if you’ve already got a copy of Kate, Mario Sorrenti’s photographic paean to a teenage Kate Moss, there’s nothing quite like seeing the originals.

    The Dallas Contemporary presents “Kate,” 58 of Sorrenti’s black-and-white portraits of his then girlfriend along with something far more exclusive: the photographer’s …


  • Setting The Mood in Dallas


    Setting The Mood in Dallas

    Visit this stylishly eclectic restaurant for an unforgettable meal paired with perfect ambiance

    Felix Culpa, which translates to “happy fault” or “blessed mistake,” is a hybrid lounge-cum-restaurant with spiffy midcentury modern decor, resplendent with velvet couches, Pop Art, and eclectic chandeliers.

    The nightspot scores with authentic Italian dishes and American classics rendered with finesse. Menu highlights are the charred octopus, steak …


  • An Immigrant’s Story of Success


    An Immigrant’s Story of Success

    From a deserted island to Dallas, Ashley Murphree Tran defies the odds

    Ashley Murphree Tran knows risk. At the age of five, in 1979, she fled Ho Chi Minh City with her parents and sister in a boat crammed with refugees. On the seventh day, Thai fishermen pirated their valuables and fuel, dumped their food in the ocean, aa lind set the …


  • Art is Taking Flight in Dallas


    Art is Taking Flight in Dallas

    At 20, the Crow Museum of Asian Art has grown bigger and better

    Formerly called the Crow Collection of Asian Art, the downtown gallery has completed an expansion and renovation that added a studio workshop, a cozy street-side terrace, improved visitor access, and a new space for its award-winning boutique of Asian goods.

    The anniversary celebration welcomes Clouds and Chaos by …


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