The Et Cetera attended the red carpet premiere of “Winnie Mandela” at the International Faith and Family Film Festival on Aug. 31 at the Omni hotel in Dallas. Reporters had chance to interview one of the lead stars, Jennifer Hudson, who played Winnie
The venue is empty at 7 p.m. Aug. 29. Only a bartender and lady at the door are present at Club Dada. A rapper and his associates sit on stage going over a setlist for the rapper’s hip-hop performance that’s set to begin at 10 p.m.
Sporting a complex cumulus cloud of black hair, bordered by a green scarf wrapped around his forehead and a purposefully subtle wild scruff of facial hair, one of the hottest local rappers in Dallas sits on stage awaiting his sound check. […]
The Theater Department is taking on a new direction.
Unlike years past, theater program coordinator Dusty Reasons, will not be directing any of the shows this season. Instead, Reasons has called in professional directors from local theaters. […]
A yam adorned with mouse ears cuddles to a yam-woman with a gun. Next to it, a large network of plants and greenery gives way to a painted jungle. Across from that piece is a mixture of horror and fantasy come to life in ceramic mold, as creatures with birds attached to their brains and misshapen eyes peek around the F-219 Gallery. […]
It was summer 2008 and Taylor Eastep and his family were on vacation in San Antonio when he suddenly fell ill.
His skin turned pale. He began to have headaches and abdominal pains. He couldn’t focus. […]
When people go to gas stations, they typically do their business quickly. They pay for their gas, grab a soda or a quick snack and leave. They don’t usually hang out there.
The Green Spot is different. […]
Coming to campus early in the morning can be a drag, but a free cup of coffee can turn everything around. Especially when it’s blended with sweet caramel and it’s free.
CAB Coffee is one way the Campus Activity Board tries to encourage students to participate in the campus events it promotes. […]
The packed audience applauded as the curtains opened up to elaborately decorated stage. The “Hairspray” cast members welcomed the full house by singing “Good Morning, Baltimore,” the musical’s opening number.
The Life House is a 1928 Rockwall house remodeled to provide a clean, organic coffee shop where people can eat, drink and visit with friends.
Too often, owner Chris Kelley said, people just grab a quick bite to eat without considering what other options are available. […]
The indie crime-drama “LUV,” set in urban Baltimore and produced by former Mavericks star Michael Finley, tells the sad story of an 11-year-old boy’s conflicted relationship with his stand-in father figure, Uncle Vincent. […]
In a scene near the halfway point of “Django Unchained,” three dogs bark at a black slave hiding in a tree. A group of white men hold the leashes tightly to keep the dogs from running toward their prey. […]
The Eastfield Chorus has grown from just five or six students a year ago to a group large enough to perform a holiday concert. Its “Winter Wonderland” show is scheduled for Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. in F-117. […]
Compiled by Caitlin Piper Weddings, dating, child pageants and makeovers — when it comes to reality TV, no stone goes unturned. But even the craziest of these shows seem ordinary when compared to what we’ve […]