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.
Want to jam with Stewart Copeland of the Police? Want to meet James Magee, creator of The Hill? Overindulge in art in two cities? It’s almost the weekend…..anything’s possible.
The $50,000 prize is awarded to people who show great promise — and this guy’s scholarly essays about education and leadership have gone viral.
Ironically, this BuzzFeed video will have you all misty-eyed for the smell of an old book or the newspaper ink on your fingertips.
Remembering a Dallas jazz legend, reviewing Hip Pocket’s ‘A Tempest’ and McMurtry makes a move.
Rack up late fees at this library and suffer the consequences.
Opening night at VideoFest, a Coppell native’s new documentary and the history of Fort Worth lawmen.
Take a look at the first trailer for George Clooney’s film version of Robert Edsel’s history of the Allies’ attempts to save European masterworks from the carnage of World War II.
President Kennedy was on his way to deliver a speech when he was shot to death in Dealey Plaza. Two Brits in Dallas want regular Dallasites to deliver his Unspoken Speech – on video. The project has changed their own attitudes about Dallas.
Randy Travis is released, reviewing Jubilee’s kid-friendly show and Austin and San Antonio make appearances.