Artist Tim Coursey assesses the Turks, finds a few common national characteristics.
Archive for July, 2010
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a musician who played in one of the first racially-integrated bands to gain national popularity.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re looking at color and shape.
Nancy shares her thoughts about one of her favorite stops on our visit to Turkey – the Chora Church in Istanbul.
The Business Council for the Arts released the study Friday. And those who compiled it consider the numbers conservative.
Head over to Six Flags Saturday to celebrate – and learn a special dance choreographed by the folks from So You Think You Can Dance to mark the occasion.
Last summer, he went to Pakistan. This year, guest blogger Bart Weiss is headed to Nigeria to share American documentaries.
Today in the roundup, Modernism at the Amon Carter, mariachi in Denton and SEC troubles in Dallas.
Our group’s most senior member, and the only one who’d been to Turkey before, shares some observations about two very different cities we visited.
Mark Nerenhausen has departed the AT&T PAC, of course, while Mark Hadley, managing director of the Dallas Theater Center, has announced he’ll be leaving sometime in September. But this week also sees two other departures . . .