- Architecture Film Series: The Painted Churches of Texas
Wednesday, March 12Dallas Center for Architecture (DCFA)Explore 19th-century churches whose interiors are covered with bright, colorful murals painted by immigrants. The film “The Painted Churches of Texas” screens at the Dallas Center for Architecture as part of the Architecture Film Series.
- History of Interstate Theatres
Wednesday, March 12Hall of State at Fair ParkThe documentary “Before the Curtain Rises” takes a look at the history of going to the movies and the disappearing of the golden age of cinema. Catch a screening of the film at Hall of State at Fair Park.
Through Saturday, March 15Addison Conference and Theatre CentreWaterTower Theatre presents the play “Honky” as part of the Out of the Loop Fringe Festival. Watch as the characters learn how to handle advertising, race, romance, and basketball shoes at Addison Conference and Theatre Centre’s Studio Theatre.
New date shows more Texans have signed up for Obamacare. Data released from the Department of Health and Human Services show approximately 87,500 Texans signed up for health insurance in February, bringing the total number so far to about 295,000 people. That number still only represents a fraction of the estimated 6 million uninsured Texas residents. […]
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Jan Lisiecki with the DSO performs Chopin’s Piano Concerto.
Johnny Clegg and Ladysmith Black Mambazo together make for one Big Deal.
Austin’s South By Southwest hosts the film and tech communities simultaneously. And this year, that means stars like Tilda Swinton and Nicolas Cage Stars may have felt a bit overshadowed by guest appearances from Julian Assange and Edward Snowden. But KERA’s Stephen Becker tells Art&Seek’s Anne Bothwell how some films with Texas ties managed to compete for attention.
Mar. 3-10 On KERA Radio This Week
- Tuesday, 1 p.m. Think –At first glance, being a critic sounds like the easiest job in the world – just observe and give your opinion. But justifying those opinions is tougher than you think. We’ll explore the life of a critic this hour with KERA’s Jerome Weeks, Nancy Nichols of D magazine and Preston Jones of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
- Thursday, 1 p.m. Think – In the past few years, North Texas has gone from a brewery desert to one of the country’s hubs for craft beer. We’ll talk all things beer this hour with a panel of North Texas brewers who are working to cultivate the local beer scene.
- Saturday, 10 p.m.: The Moth Radio Hour
- Sunday, 6 p.m.: Studio 360
- Sunday, 9 p.m.: Song Travels with Michael Feinstein
- Monday, 7 p.m.: Classical Rewind (repeats Sat., 5:30 p.m.)
- Monday, 8:30p.m.: A Celebration of Blues & Soul: The 1989 Inaugural Concert (repeats Thurs., 10:30 p.m. and Sat., 10:30 p.m.)
- Monday, 10 p.m.: Joe Bonamassa: Tour de Force – Live in London
- Tuesday, 9 p.m.: Journey 2014: Don’t Stop Believin’
- Tuesday, 10:30 p.m.: Brit Floyd Live at Red Rocks
- Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Heatbeat of Home (repeats Sun., 5 p.m.)
- Wednesday, 9 p.m.: Great Performances – Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald, Boz Skaggs: The Dukes of September
- Thursday, 9 p.m.: Celtic Woman: Emerald (repeats Sat., 9 p.m.)
- Friday, 7:30 p.m.: Great Performances – Andrea Bocelli: Love in Portofino
- Friday, 9:30 p.m.: The Texas Tenors: You Should Dream
- Saturday, 7 p.m.: 60s Pop, Rock & Soul
- Sunday, 7 p.m.: Great Performances – Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers Featuring Edie Brickell
- Sunday, 7 a.m.: Acoustic Cafe
- Sunday, 8 p.m.: The Paul Slavens Show