Top arts and cultural chatter. By Lauren Smart
Hale Woodruff’s restored canvases provide a compelling glimpse into the
past at Dallas’s African American Museum. By Holly Haber
Klyde Warren Park fuels Dallas’s recreational renaissance—and falls in line
with its plans for artistic prosperity. By Nancy Cohen Israel
WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE
Who says business and art don’t mix? The Business Council for the Arts
demonstrates the value of culture. By Patricia Mora
Members of this group share a local address and a passion for live performance. They’re also playing a major role in helping hometown theater
thrive. By Lauren Smart
LA VITA É BELLA
Alberto Lombardi continues to feed his insatiable drive.
By Emily Wise Miller
From the forefront of design to these pages.
Pedestrian-friendly Lower Greenville broadens its repertoire of local food
sources. By Farah Fleurima
CAMERAS COVERING CULTURAL EVENTS
A GEM FOR THE JOULE
British artist Lee Baker enlivens a downtown hub. By Nancy Myers
The Eda Table from Allan Knight.