The News gets a new art critic at last and it’s a surprise, the News‘ architecture critic fries Museum Tower, Fort Worth will be less literature-friendly and nobody cares if you fry someone in Vegas: The wonderful things we learn from today’s Roundup.
Archive: 'Architecture/Urban Planning'
You're back in the office, so we're giving you a <em>venti</em> sized cup o' Roundup this morning to get those eyes open.
Two local guys are producing movies — really — and Fort Worth is starting to produce the kind of bulldozer frenzy that's knocked down older Dallas neighborhoods: We call it the Thursday roundup.
You can’t see much of it now, behind the construction fence, but you’re not paranoid. There IS someone staring at you on Main Street. Looks like part of a giant from a Twilight Zone episode.
About those Museum Tower appointments by the mayor, last night’s episode of Breaking Bad, a getting-his-name-out-there Dallas filmmaker and hands-on art museums: All this and more this Monday morning.
TCU’s School of Music has been scattered around seven different buildings. If the money’s raised, it’ll get a city-block-long facility with an 800-seat performance hall and an opera studio.
The Crow Collection has been taking over the entire plaza surrounding the Trammell Crow skyscraper — for its new Sculpture Garden, opening Oct. 5. And the garden has been getting some very large visitors.
Indie movies by North Texas directors are hot this month, plus a recommendation for Museum Tower.
Reviewing Stolen Shakes’ Guys and Dolls, a local music critic moves on and a new museum could be coming to Downtown Dallas.
Remembering a local actor, fallout from the fake profiles and a local singing sensation on the tube tonight.