The Brookhaven Courier

Theatre recreates factory fire

March 26, 2012

By Stephanie Ball Editor-in-Chief Women screamed and ran to the elevator shaft and locked door of the Triangle Factory stage in the Brookhaven College Performance Hall March 8. Smoke billowed from the factory’s 10th floo...

35 Denton reviews

March 26, 2012

The Hope Trust The members of The Hope Trust took the stage knowing they were about to announce some sad news to their fans. Still, this did not stop the group from filling Dan’s Silverleaf with a pleasant sound that was a...

A&E editor’s top band picks for 35 Denton music festival

March 5, 2012

By Amy Price A&E Editor The Jesus and Mary Chain band will perform 8-9 p.m. Mar. 11 at Main Stage 1. Formed in 1983 in Glasgow, Scotland, the group has an ’80s post-punk sound and is known for its violent stage ant...

The Octopus Project rocks out at the Granada Theater

March 5, 2012

By Amy Price A&E Editor With her right arm at a 90-degree angle and her left hand stretched over the theremin antenna, Yvonne Lambert recreated the eerie sounds that are a staple of The Octopus Project’s songs. The Au...

Denton: party town

March 5, 2012

By Amy Price A&E Editor Denton is a short road trip less than an hour from Dallas. This city is filled with music venues and historical places. Denton is home to the University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s Unive...

International student describes culture shock

February 20, 2012

By Maria Teresa Arias Staff Writer I walked between dry heaves, counting homes and streets while drying the sweat from my forehead. It was my first month in Texas. The August sun burned in the afternoon as if it was still the mi...

Tap instructor steps into rhythm with her students

February 20, 2012

By Maria Teresa Arias Staff Writer A group of women wearing black shoes with metal plates on their soles and heels are reflected in a mirror. The room fills with the noise of dance steps. Deborah Jones, tap dance instruct...

Shepard Fairey tags in West Dallas

February 20, 2012

By Amy Price A&E Editor Spray-paint fumes and buzzing neon lights set the backdrop for the Dallas Contemporary Museum’s event, Phenomenon, Feb. 4. Food trucks lined the adjacent alley for eager contemporary art fans Re...

Bishop Arts District upholds innovative style

February 6, 2012

By Amy Price A&E Editor Over the Trinity river and across Zang Boulevard is a neighborhood nestled in the streets of Oak Cliff. Complete with fine dining, bicycle lanes and colorful yarn bombs, this niche within a city ...

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