The Nasher has a few new feathered friends.
Archive for April, 2012
People were passing along that particular rumor practically in the previous millennium. But now there’s an actual city with an actual re-zoning request with a site plan with a company name on it. And the zoning meeting is tomorrow.
Rem Koolhaas, co-designer of the Wyly Theatre in the Arts District, has occasionally issued controversial manifestos. His newest one is the occasion for a clear-the-decks career analysis in The New York Review of Books.
Running and gunning with muralist Jeff Soto — and his new, decked out, robotic art car. Grafitti art as drive-by.
Yes, there’s enough local literary news well worth recounting that we can devote an entire Monday roundup to it! Ben Fountain! Terry Southern! SMU Press!
Didn’t break the national record for a single live opera simulcast in a stadium. But Saturday’s crowd was double the Dallas Opera’s original expectation of 7500.
This is where you can leave your polite comments and suggestions for next weeks show.
Make it a tradition. Head up to Denton for cool tunes, art and other fest fun at one of the longer running festivals in our area.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about one of the oldest and most distinctive musical traditions in Texas.
Just chopping up a few fresh ingredients for some great guac. Let’s see … golf balls, baseballs, billiard balls, check. Pin cushion, check. Oh yes, and the hand grenade.