New artist on the horizon is Kristin Lindsley. Painter and illustrator from Garland, TX, Lindsley’s pun-intended work characterizes food and other commodities into humorous illustrations. As well, her work cracks a smile to buyers, but Lindsley is also known for her hand crafted greeting cards, which have been a hit for local buyers. “I’m […]Read More Kristin Lindsley’s Pun-Intended Artistry
By: Juan R Govea The First Annual DFW Punk Rock Picnic kicked off hard early in July. Over ten local punk bands, including Antirad, The Ellen Degenerates and many more showed good example of the apparent punk rock scene in our town. Brad Barker, lead singer of the band Antirad; along with Blade Gentry, venue […]Read More Local Punk Waking from Hibernation at First Annual Punk Rock Picnic
By Carla Solorzano She’s everywhere. People want to be her. She’s on shirts and tote bags. She’s a style icon and an influencer, but not the Instagram kind… and she just turned 110 years old. Frida Kahlo is a feminist icon enjoying a more mainstream popularity as of late and is known for being badass […]Read More Frida Kahlo and the Earnest Expression of True Femininity
An Editorial By: Juan R Govea After that headline for an editorial, I’m sure readers would love to know about the metaphysical existential psychosis of battling inner demons, but hey, lets take that trip down this crazy rabbit hole called life. First rule, don’t be a Cipher in the Snow. Written by Jean Mizer, an Idaho teacher, […]Read More The Life Manual: Killing Freddy Kruger and Saving Princess Toadstool
Photo Credit: Amy Tate By Juan R Govea Without being backed by a major label, bands in general know the amount of work it takes to organize, perform and carry out a tour promoting a new release. Jeremiah Jackson’s ten-day week and a half long tour promoting the bands second album, “I Declare,” started off […]Read More Waco’s Jeremiah Jackson’s 10-day tour
While some in our community run away from the lowrider culture/lifestyle it has found fertile ground for growth in of all places, Japan. Much like Levi’s, American Music and American lifestyle in general, a large part of Japanese youth has embraced not only lowriding but the Chicano Onda. And to what extent may surprise you. […]Read More Chicanos Y Lowriders in Japan
By Denise G. Jimenez The Historic Fort Worth Stockyards is the perfect place for mouthwatering foods, good drinks, great music and apparently, it can also be a place for an adventurous scare! The Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District website bares the entire truth of this bed and breakfast’s checkered past. Miss Molly’s Hotel was […]Read More Haunted Miss Molly
Dylan Withers, band member for Denton, TX rock group Azuline asked local FB musicians for pre gig drinking rules or rituals. FB friends and local DFW musicians responded. (edited with musician’s attributed band or lack there of) S. Ketner (local DFW musician and brainworthy logic nerd) “One drink per set. Heard from M. Baxter one drink […]Read More Musicians, do you have a rule for drinking before a gig? If so, what’s your rule?