Paul is taking the night off from his live blogging duties tonight to do a little trick-or-treating. But he still has a night of great music planned for you – look out for a possible Halloween theme.
Archive for October, 2010
Bobby Brown won four World Series titles with the New York Yankees and then gave up baseball to pursue a career in medicine. He eventually settled in Fort Worth and worked as a cardiologist until he returned to baseball in the 1980s to become the president of the American League. And as Joe DiMaggio’s teammate and Yogi Berra’s former roomate, he has plenty of stories to tell:
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll visit a nightclub where a Texas icon was born.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re taking in a Halloween double feature.
What can you make with 1,600 light bulbs? If you’re artist Jim Campbell, the answer is a pretty cool light sculpture.
Guest blogger Tina Aguilar visits with the sculptor whose new work, Nebula, now hovers 50 feet above the Atrium II at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas.
Fair Game opens on Nov. 5. But you can see it before the opening by attending a preview screening on Monday at 7:30 at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas.
Why are vampires making such a comeback in current literature, film and television? On Thursday, Think host Krys Boyd spoke with Rechelle Christie, gothic literature specialist at UTA, and Rick Worland, SMU film professor and author of the book The Horror Film: An Introduction.
Enter for tix for EASL’s Art Heist, Joanna Newsom at the Granada, Los Lonely Boys at the Granada. We pick the winners around 12:30.
Today in the Roundup: A big ‘Night’ in Irving, Molière at Stage West and the economic impact of all those North Texas TV shows.