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Archive for September, 2012
Dallas VideoFest helped inspire Kirk Lohse to start his own film festival. He share some of his fave videos and memories from the Fest.
Steve Alford is the founder of Alford Media. But he’s also spent lots of time behind the scenes at VideoFest, and helped develop the 24 Hour Video Race.
How can the City of Dallas work with a national non-profit developer to create affordable space where artists would live and work? And what might that look like?
The crew from Art&Seek Jr. and a few friends were lucky enough to attend the opening night performance of ‘Pinkalicious: The Musical.’
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn how a country radio station helped launch the career of a rock and roll legend.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re off to McKinney for Oktoberfest 2012.
Who needs the real Foster the People when you can watch Lego Foster the People perform “Houdini?”
The Museum Tower took out a full-page ad in The Dallas Morning News’ business section. It’s not your typical real-estate ad. UPDATE: The Nasher says they’re pleased the Tower’s owners have publicly acknowledged the tower has “design issues.”
Six new videos from Pecha Kucha at City Performance Hall last Wednesday. Check em out.