Today in the roundup: A debut from the DSO, local music notes and a look at Ed Ruscha at the Modern.
Archive for January, 2011
Some days, the Internet just doesn’t have much to offer. And on those days, it’s best to just go with the tried and true – cute and/or funny animals doing cute and/or funny things.
The Museum of Nature & Science announced today that it has received a $15 million gift from the Rees-Jones Foundation.
Today in the roundup: A Fort Worth Opera Fest preview, connecting artists with beer and bringing Django back to life.
Presented by Second Thought Theatre, ‘Thom Pain (based on nothing)’ by Will Eno was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2005, and it deserves the honor – as exasperating as the brilliant, sardonic monologue can be for some people.
For three days in April — if you have the right pass — you’ll be able to see exhibitions at the Fashion Industry Gallery on Ross, the Nasher in the Arts District and both the Dallas Contemporary and the Goss-Michael in the Design District. It’s the third annual Dallas Art Fair.
Bucks Burnett’s Eight Track Museum opened in Deep Ellum on Christmas Day. But since that day, museum admission has been by appointment only. That’s no longer the case.
Congratulations to Bryan Varner of Midlothian, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest! Bryan pulls off a rare trick in winning the contest two weeks in a row.
Yes, there’s at least one. OK, so I stopped watching ‘Chase’ the second or third time that the tiny Kelli Giddish, playing U. S. Marshall Annie Frost, physically subdued some hulking villain mostly, it would appear, through what I’ve taken to calling “the power of her blondness.” But now comes word that a (major) Dallas stage actor will appear in a recurring (minor) role.
Do you like your superheroes to have condescending attitudes and no real powers? Then this crew is for you.