People want to see realistic characters they can relate to in the media, but many companies take advantage of this longing to turn a profit while doing the bare minimum.
With every breaking news and COVID-19 update around the world, along with the economic impacts, the limitations of our health care systems and how our government is handling or mishandling the situation, some good old-fashioned escapism is in order. And maybe a good Old-Fashioned.
The Shorthorn life and entertainment desk, along with special guest opinion editor David Silva Ramirez share their picks for the Oscars.
For the first time in its history, Arlington Music Hall will host a local show of Arlington artists Thursday.
Even though UTA doesn’t offer its fiber arts program anymore, that isn’t stopping some students from picking up the age-old crafty hobby.
This year's showcase was based around the theme of the African woman, featuring a play with a female lead character diagnosed with schizophrenia and how her family reacts to her mental illness.
Theater sophomore Devin Sternes said she grew accustomed to seeing white actors dominating the roles of vigilantes, heroes, princes and princesses in movies and not seeing herself and her darker skin color reflected in those characters.
The Texas chapter of the organization named the venue a 2019 Great Public Space as part of the Great Places in Texas program.
The 13th annual Light Up Arlington will start at 6 p.m. with different activities and will finish with a fireworks display from the Municipal Office Tower starting at 9:45 p.m.
Trey Wilder, whose spray-painted mural in Dallas went viral, is the first artist featured in the museum’s new art incubator initiative.
Biomedical engineering freshman Fiza Saeed said she has two prominent father figures: her biological father, who lives in Pakistan, and her uncle, who she lives with now.
The colorful iconography of artist Keith Haring will adorn the walls of the Arlington Museum of Art for its newest exhibit, “Keith Haring: Against All Odds,” from June 21 to Sept. 15.
In 1993, Dallas Cowboys fan Phil Whitfield began working as a security guard at Texas Stadium — unaware of how much his life would change years later.
EXCEL Campus Activities will kick off its annual Summer Movie Series Thursday at 9 p.m. with a showing of Captain Marvel on the west lawn behind the Maverick Activities Center.
Wearing a denim jacket and oval-shaped, yellow-tinted glasses, Apple Gonzalez walked up to the small stage at Caves Lounge for karaoke night. She approached the microphone, looked up at the TV screen to the right of her and began to sing.
Rascall Flatts said “Life Is a Highway,” Rihanna said “Shut Up and Drive” and Kanye West said to “Drive Slow Homie.” Driving often serves as the subject to music, but music can also be what gets students though their drives.
UTA alumnus Peggy Larney moved to Dallas because of Native American relocation programs in the 1960s. She said this has made her an unofficial historian of the Native community in Dallas.
Artists and musicians from all over gathered to share their talents at the Deep Ellum Arts Festival in Dallas. The festival featured live music, food and art in a variety of forms for attendees to enjoy.