The Spectrum, Fort Worth’s oldest professional chamber music ensemble, plays at the First United Methodist Church, while Jeffrey Siegel presents his Keyboard Conversations at the Eisemann Center in Richardson — and we’ll let Gini tell you more.
Archive for March, 2008
This really is brilliant. Remove Garfield from the Garfield comic, and you get a strip of almost Samuel Beckett-like minimalism. The pared-away humor, the pointless action, the blank meaninglessness: It’s the Endgame of newspaper comic strips. Thanks to Sarah Weinman for the post. Monday, March 3rd, is Read Across America Day, sponsored by the National […]
______________________________________________________ Richard Price Q&A on the National Book Critics Circle blog, Critical Mass Profile of Richard Price in The New York Times Arts & Leisure section ______________________________________________________ Lush Life is Richard Price’s best novel since Clockers. Perhaps it’s been writing for HBO’s The Wire (and not the movies), perhaps it’s because Lush Life is set […]
CNN is reporting that Hillary Clinton will make an appearance on Saturday Night Live, which starts in a few minutes on NBC.
Crux Vaticana, Reliquary Cross of Justin II In the latest issue of The New York Review of Books, Princeton history professor Peter Brown eagerly extolls the Kimbell Museum’s current exhibition, Painting the Bible: The Earliest Christian Art, calling it a tour de force for former Kimbell director Timothy Potts (subscription required to read the entire […]