If this time-lapse video doesn’t make you want to grab your hiking boots and get to the national park, nothing will.
Archive for January, 2012
In taking a second run through the list of Oscar nominees, a name well-known to the local arts community flies off the page – Brandon Oldenburg.
Ready to sound off about today’s Oscar nominations and all things movies? Join Art&Seek and dallasnews.com for a live movie chat Tuesday at noon.
Today in the roundup: DSO’s principal clarinetist on reeds, behind-the-scenes photos of Gaultier and Dallas’ recycle artist.
Conductor Jaap van Zweden is getting a proclamation from Mayor Rawlings this week — while financially, the DSO has shifted from staving off insolvency to trying to retire its multi-million dollar deficit.
This time, Paul speaks to members of Sealion about the band’s new album, Keep the Cameras Rolling.
Here’s your chance to see the movie at a special advanced screening.
You might remember our minor fascination with Literal Videos from a few years ago. Out of that genre has grown Literal MSPaint. You’re welcome.
Today in the roundup: A happy Sarah Ruhl, the Cliburn’s ongoing influence and building Calatrava’s bridge.
Conservative Christians are forcing the interrogation of a freethinker. It’s 1656 in Amsterdam. And the fate of the city’s entire Jewish population is at stake. Did we mention that David Ives’ New Jerusalem can be pretty funny?