Jazz heavyweight – who just happens to be from Fort Worth – makes a rare North Texas appearance and two Big Deal winners will be there with their guests.
Archive for June, 2012
Today in the roundup: Tourism is up at an area landmark, reviewing CTD’s Crimes of the Heart and Houston searches for an art vandal.
The DMN reported talks between the Nasher and the Museum Tower had “all but broken down.” And a lawsuit was coming. Nope, says the head of the pension fund that backed the tower. And the negotiator says the talks are fine.
An attorney for the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System — funders of the Museum Tower — blames “public criticism for the failure of the talks and threatening the $200 million building’s viability.”
How does the world’s most popular video site count all those views? It’s complicated (but interesting).
The stars at night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas. Visit one of the local planetariums so you and the kids will know just how big and bright they are.
Today in the roundup: A Museum Tower/Nasher update, Joel Ferrell’s very busy schedule and business tips for artists.
Congratulations again to Jesse Scroggins of Lewisville for winning May’s Art&Seek Flickr Photo of the Month for his photo Apretado y Guapachoso.
What would Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night look like if it were made with 7,000 dominoes? So glad you asked.
Denver Post reports that the former DSO music director takes a new position with Colorado Symphony Orchestra.