Curtains Open on New Arts & Life Section
Another work week is in the books.
As you pull into your driveway, you’re ready and welcoming to the weekend ahead. You’re in the driver seat to make the next two days as relaxing or exciting as you like – but do you know where to find the best performances, shopping events, travel information or healthy living and cooking ideas to make the weekend memorable? Lucky for you, Dallas is filled with museums, top-notch restaurants and an illustrious culture of performing arts.
For years The Dallas Morning News has been a staunch advocate of the arts, and for a good reason. The arts are so much more than bright lights on a stage and the chimes of intermission or vibrant watercolors on canvas. Art gives us a chance to focus less on the fictional hardships of our everyday life and step back to envision ourselves in a world of imagination and wonder.
The Dallas Morning News is uniquely positioned to help our readers discover arts, culture, people, lifestyles and more in North Texas – to ensure you know when and where to go and prevent you from missing out on a moment of the performance while rushing to your seat.
Get your popcorn ready.
You hear a lot of buzz in the newspaper industry about the shift to digital. Indeed, The Dallas Morning News has invested heavily in rebuilding its business around a digital-first newsroom. But we still believe in the power of our print product. In fact, we’re giving print a renewed focus to make it even more inviting and engaging for readers.
On April 8th, we launched our biggest and most ambitious redesign of the Arts & Life features sections. This new redesign gives readers and our advertising partners a cleaner, more elegant and modern design that emphasizes our best storytelling and visual journalism.
Our new Arts & Life section will be filled with a variety of useful information and compelling journalism and feature new topics every day.
Our showcase arts and culture section focuses on deep reads, travel, books, essays, visual and performing arts, architecture, trends and people.
Monday & Thursday
Human-interest stories and the latest news in pop culture and entertainment.
Better living stories, essays and quick hits about wellness, fitness, healthy eating, emotional wellbeing, advice and household tips.
Cooking with new or classic recipes, wine and spirits, food trends, gardening, sustainable farming, and exclusive content from our new test kitchen.
Lifestyle and leisure with home and decor, shopping, style, entertaining, trends, tech gadgets and automotive.
For more information on the new section redesign or to learn more ways to get involved with the arts and life culture in Dallas, visit dallasnews.com/artslife. And finally, click here if you are interested in advertising in the newly redesigned section.
See you at the next show.