In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re jumping headfirst into the holidays.
Archive for November, 2010
If this video doesn’t land this guy a Blue Man Group audition, I’m not sure what will.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a dynamic performer who really knew how to “break the ice.”
As part of its celebration of the Mexican Bicentennial, The Trammell Crow Collection of Asian Art is staging an exhibition called “Black Current: Mexican Responses to Japanese Art, 17th to 19th Centuries.” KERA’s Rob Tranchin reports that the show also has a lot to say about politics, religion and international trade.
After 12 uninterrupted hours of football with the family and enough tryptophan to knock out a St. Bernard, are you ready to emerge from your Thanksgiving coma and get out of the house today? Lucky for you, there are plenty of opportunities to move on to the next holiday.
As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday, how about one from the vaults. Enjoy Adam Sandler singing “The Thanksgiving Song” with Kevin Nealon on the Weekend Update desk.
The state of Texas received more than $1.2 million dollars in NEA grants for 2011 with money going to a world premiere by the Dallas Symphony with composer Stewart Copeland, new plays by Kitchen Dog, a touring exhibition from Documentary Arts and a collaboration between Jubilee Theatre and Fort Worth ISD.
Hey, if Betty White can ride a viral Internet campaign into a gig hosting Saturday Night Live, why not Cookie Monster? And as this video shows, he’s even willing to pull double duty as the night’s musical guest.
Here’s your chance to get an early glimpse at a sure-fire Oscar nominee.
Congratulations to Chip Kolb, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!