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Archive for June, 2012
The Byron Stripling Quartet serves up a jazzy program Gershwin and Gumbo at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Today in the roundup: Lyric Stage wows ‘em with ‘Oklahoma!,’ a preview of ArtSlam 2012 and why we no longer need composers.
Summertime in Texas means Pool Time! So slather on the sun screen, grab your water noodle, and let’s jump in the deep end!
KXT 91.7 threw one heck of a little fest out at Gexa on June 1. Here’s a video recap.
Take a trip around the globe to check in on some pretty spectacular places. Two of them are in the U.S of A.
A museumgoer’s cellphone camera caught a young man spray painting a Picasso at Houston’s Menil Collection.
That Tyrannosaurus skeleton Heritage tried to auction last month — before the sale was dramatically interrupted? It may be going back to Mongolia.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Jersey Boys,’ remembering Robert Johnson and a shift to small thinking for public projects.
On deck are six exhibitions, including three solo shows: “Sightings: Eva Rothschild,” “Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective” and “Sightings: Nathan Mabry.”