Today in the roundup: Laughing it up in Dallas, packing ‘em in in Arlington and educating in Fort Worth.
Archive for March, 2012
L.P. brought her band and pop-rock sound to House Wine in Austin during SXSW for a session with KXT’s On the Road crew. Enjoy her performance of “Into the Wild.”
Two more Nazi “albums” documenting art treasures looted during World War II have turned up. KERA’s BJ Austin says the find was announced by the Dallas-based Monuments Men Foundation.
Like a college grad who’s moved back in with his parents, the funny, foul-mouthed puppets of the Broadway hit Avenue Q will find a home downstairs at Theatre Three. And they may stay awhile.
Spring has sprung and that means it’s time to get outside. No really, go outside.
Enjoy some super slow-motion ballet moves set to Radiohead’s “Everything In Its Right Place.”
Today in the roundup: A Denton author’s series for kids, local music bits and an art collectors’ road trip.
“Five Feet High and Rising” is not Johnny Cash’s description of Big Bird. But on Sesame Street, the song about a flood becomes a lesson on stacking and counting.
Great day out at ArtsPark at North Park Saturday. If you missed it, check out this video from Bart Weiss, head honcho at Dallas Video Festival and Video Association of Dallas. And if you were there – check to see if Bart caught you.
More from the DMA online, less from Europe, stats on the Texas film industry, a season announcement from the Lexus Broadway Series: healthy, fibrous things to chew on in this morning’s Roundup.