- The Broadway Series presents The Magnolia Green Series
Wednesday, July 30This series wraps up with a concert by the Texas Gypsies and food by the Holy Frijole Food Truck at the Magnolia Green Park in Fort Worth.
- Rawlins Gilliland One-man Show
Thursday, July 31Kessler Theater/Kessler X+ Art GalleryRawlins tells stories of his life and adventures with the help of Matt Tolentino and a jazz trio. Catch the one-man show at the Kessler Theater in Dallas.
- Sunset Cinema: Chicago
Thursday, July 31Amon Carter Museum of American ArtHead to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth to take a tour of the Archibald Motley exhibition, and then catch a screening of the movie “Chicago” on the lawn.
- Little Shop of Horrors
Thursday, July 31 through Sunday, August 3Jubilee TheatreSeymour’s exotic plant has a taste for blood, and it’s getting out of hand. Find out if Seymour can get this problem under control AND win Audrey’s heart in this musical at Jubilee Theatre in Fort Worth.
Ahead of the Lone Star Film Society’s retrospective, we talk about the Japanese animator’s lasting legacy with Dr. Marc Hairston, a UTD professor who teaches a class on Miyazaki.
Congratulations to James Neal of Keller, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
For all you music to the core listeners, listen up! We got tickets to KXT’s Summer Cut Funtime Fest!
The Big Deal: Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist Exhibition Catalogue From The Amon Carter Museum Of American Art
Win the companion book to the ‘Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist’ exhibition.
They grow up so fast! Hurry to enter this ‘Boyhood’ prize pack.
July 28-Aug. 3On KERA Radio This Week
- Monday, 12 p.m.: Think - During the Renaissance, Michelangelo was a master among masters. This hour, we’ll talk about how he revolutionized painting, sculpture and architecture with Miles J. Unger, author of Michelangelo: A Life in Six Masterpieces.
- Thursday, 1 p.m.: Think - The battles of World War I took place largely in the trenches. And a walk through those trenches 100 years after the first shots were fired reveals a stunning collection of artwork carved into the walls by soldiers waiting for the war to come to them. We’ll talk this hour about what these images say about the artists who made them with Dallas photographer Jeffrey Gusky. His photographs of the artworks are featured in the August issue of National Geographic.
- Saturday, 10 p.m.: The Moth Radio Hour
- Sunday, 6 p.m.: Studio 360
- Sunday, 9 p.m.: Song Travels with Michael Feinstein
- Thursday, 10 p.m.: James Brown: Live in America
- Thursday, 11 p.m.: Front and Center- Cindy Lauper
- Friday, 8 p.m.: Great Performances- Dudamel Conducts the Verdi Requiem at the Hollywood Bowl
- Sunday, 7 a.m.: Acoustic Cafe
- Sunday, 8 p.m.: The Paul Slavens Show