What a beautiful day, muggy to be sure, but quite lovely, and we can always use the rain. In any case, glad to have you along – I’ve got some interesting music for us to check out this week.
Archive for May, 2011
Artist John Abrams is doing a little house-cleaning – and you and the SPCA can benefit.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a pioneering artist who blended Native-American music with pop, blues, country, and jazz.
Today in the Art&Seek Spotlight, we’re headed outside.
Andy Samberg joins our good friend Bert from Sesame Street for a chat as part of a new series called Conversations with Bert. Bert may be on to something by scheduling a mandatory milk break during his interviews.
In headhunting for a new CEO, the Dallas Symphony has hired … a new headhunter. Another day in the Arts District – but at least the changes have moved from resignations to hirings.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is bringing its regular season to a close this weekend with Beethoven’s mightiest creation and Shostakovich’s most charming work.
Today in the roundup: Gary Shteyngart on the decline of books, Barry Whistler on 25 years in the biz and a show’s long, long road to New York.
It’s a perfectly ordinary building in a perfectly ordinary warehouse-and-office park. But inside, you can find a land grant from King Charles IV of Spain and blueprints of the Texas Centennial. Plus an original Dr Pepper soda fountain.
Not much of a surprise, really. Click through and hear her sing ‘Caro Nome’ from ‘Rigoletto.’