Why is downtown Dallas so empty so much of the day? There was one big decision that helped create our urban dead zone: Burying the retail underground. YouPlusDallas has created a haunting video about that decision and what it’s led to.
Archive for February, 2011
Wow, Carmen, performed at the London Royal Opera, shot in 3 D. And we’re giving away 5 pairs of tix if you’d like to see it.
Ginger Baker, Keith Moon, Gene Krupa, Michael Shrieve — where have they gone, those great drum soloists of yore? OK, right, a couple of them are dead. But follow me on this: If you’re sitting bored in your office cubicle, you can join them — no, no, not the dead part, although you might be feeling like that — no, you can make your own contribution to hitting stuff rhythmically. With ordinary office supplies.
Last month, it was a $15 million grant from the Rees-Jones Foundation. This month, it’s a new $10 million challenge grant for the Perot Museum of Nature & Science. But that means a new campaign …
Today in the roundup: Step inside Booker T., a tax change that could affect arts groups and honoring young opera singers.
I got a lot of new music for us tonite, please leave your polite comments and suggestions for music here.
If you’ve seen every episode of Seinfeld 10 times in syndication, you might like to know that Jerry himself is coming to town.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll visit a local recording studio that produced some of rock and roll’s biggest hits.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re watching movies.
I’m pretty sure if my high school band had played Rage Against the Machine, we’d a won state. Enjoy the George Mason University band’s take on a mash-up of Rage classics.