Jerome has done it again. His work is being recognized by the Texas Society of Architects.
The new jazz reference work by North Texas writer/historian/musician Ted Gioia has been getting some very nice ink.
Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou writes that Chicago entertains, but the dancing could use a little help.
NPR talks with an Opera News editor and the Washington Post‘s critic, among others, to get their sense of what’s next, good and bad, while the New York Times blames Hollywood.
It might actually be cool enough to go outside this weekend. Try a paddle boat ride at Fair Park with the kids. If it’s still to hot for you, duck into the coolness at the Children’s Aquarium.
Actually, it’s not so much the ‘art’ that’s the issue with ‘public art in Dallas.’ It’s the ‘public’ part that presents us with a paradox.
Guest blogger Gail Sachson dissects some of the lessons in the Meadows School dean’s new book.
He won’t be singing the blues. Or Viennese opera. He’ll be staging a show there.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re celebrating Africa at Irving Public Library.
The Arts Council of Tarrant County would face losing one-fourth of its $1.06 million budget.