This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a “white trash” musician who helped bring blues and R&B to the world stage.
Archive for December, 2010
Today in the Art&Seek Spotlight, we’re starting the new year out smartly.
Not much to explain here – just a compilation of awesome people being awesome in 2010.
Not too late to enter to win a limited edition Art&Seek T-shirt.
The New York Times has compiled this tribute to notable musicians who died this year. Watching (and listening) to this will have you digging out some old albums from deep in your record collection.
Today in the roundup: The year in local music, a look inside the renovated Highland Park Village Theater and whither the Kimbell trees?
Denis Dutton, author, professor and founder of Arts&Letters Daily, the first aggregator of arts and culture writing, has died.
Blockbusters and indies, features and documentaries all found a spot on my list of the top 10 films of 2010. Let the arguing begin!
Toy Story 3 was the big box-office winner of 2010, earning more than $415 million in the U.S. alone. Add it to the list of Pixar greatness that dates all the way back to 1995 and the original Toy Story. If you need a reminder of everything that’s come in between, check out this video for a stunning recap of one magical moment after another.
Congratulations to Randal Dean of Dallas, who stayed up late to capture last week’s lunar eclipse and in the process, win the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!