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Archive for July, 2011
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a singer who found a silver lining behind the rain clouds.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’ve got fun for the whole family.
So … Ferris Bueller’s Day Off turns 25 this year. Make anyone feel old? To mark the occasion, the A.V. Club revisits some of the Chicago landmarks Ferris, Cameron, et al. visit during the movie.
Celebrating the life and work of the man whose big idea created a new artistic medium — and sold a lot of records along the way.
Have you always appreciated dance but never had the guts to try it? Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou says this is the weekend to take the plunge.
It was quite popular early in the last century, but today many look at the ukulele as a novelty instrument. Yet the ukulele’s helping some North Texans discover a musical side they didn’t know they had:
Today in the roundup: VideoFest announces first group of films, assessing WaterTower’s Little Shop of Horrors and introducing Dallas Actor’s Lab.
OK Go is known for making some pretty imaginative music videos. But this one takes the cake as the band teams up with the dance collective Pilobolus.
They were one of the most successful and influential groups of all time. They came up with an original style which stood apart in their time, the early ’90s — and somehow, they managed to do it together. They are no longer together. A new film tries to explain why.