Arts + Life

Save room for Sablon: Chocolate Lounge offers varied menu for a sweet adventure

Sitting at the corner of McKinney Avenue and Blackburn Street, Belgian inspired restaurant Sablon Chocolate Lounge uses high- quality chocolate in almost all of its menu items. At around 7:30 on a Friday night,...

Podcastology: ‘Ologies’ demonstrates art of making a great podcast

While on my trek from Plano to Hockaday and back every day, I like to fill my morning and afternoon commute with podcasts. However, it can be challenging to find a series you can...

Catwalk for Charity: Fashion show moves to larger venue at Statler Hotel

//PICTURED ABOVE: Fashion show co-chairs Zoe Cote and Inez Johnson, center, with models Suha Irfan, class of ’21, and McCall Verska, class of ’30, at a promotional photoshoot at D magazine. On March 29,...

Bookworm Paradise: Shops offer intriguing alternatives

Calling all bookworms! Dallas is brimming with independent, cozy, cool and artsy spots to sit and read a book. The Fourcast has collected a library of the trendiest, best-curated book shops that you are...

The Award Must Go to… Embracing Diversity in Entertainment

It’s January. Amid the cold, the congestion and the end-of-semester stress, one thing rang clear to me: awards show season. In come the Golden Globes, the Grammys, the Academy Awards, the BAFTAs and the...

Behind the Production of “Crazy For You”

The Upper School theater department presented the musical “Crazy For You” from Feb. 6-9. From the first rehearsal on Nov. 5 to the first performance on Feb. 6, the cast and crew spent months...

The Dilemma of Award Show Activism

//PICTURED ABOVE:  While some celebrities receive criticism for political award show acceptance speeches because of their lack of concrete action, Angelina Jolie has started a humanitarian foundation and donated millions of dollars to charity....

Sisters March Through Time: A Little Women Movie Review

*This Review Contains Heavy Spoilers*  When my family was deciding on what movie to watch one night, we ran through “Jumanji 2,” “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” and “Spies in Disguise,” before finally,...

Popcorn Out: “Knives Out” puts the fun in ‘whodunit’ films

Seated shoulder to shoulder, viewers gathered in Angelika Theater to watch the premiere of “Knives Out.” I was unbothered by the continual crunching of popcorn from the large crowd because the attention-grabbing movie kept...

Gift Shop ‘Til You Drop: Stores offer unique selections for everyone on your list

The holiday season is right around the corner. Need a one-of-a-kind gift for a special someone? This December, try visiting these unique Dallas shops. For your artsy family member, check out Jade & Clover,...