Today in the roundup: A local designer on HGTV, Mike Simpson’s new gig and an environmentally friendly music fest in Fort Worth.
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
The Alamo comes to North Texas, Dallas’ black journalists give Beyonce some props and various hires and whatnot were announced: It’s the Friday arts news roundup.
What would a Thursday roundup be without a Cezanne auction, a soprano profile and a major new book on a major North Texas corporation?
Art&Seek is giving away 4 pairs of tickets to see Giacomo Puccini’s “Tosca” at the 2p.m. performance on Sunday, May 20.
Heading into the weekend with the Friday Roundup, we get some pronunciation help on the 19th century’s master of the melodrama, jazzy stuff at the DMA, sharing sisters between Fort Worth and Dallas — and more!
The pianist, and Laura Bush, were among the audience Wednesday night as the auction house previewed the sale.
This Thursday Roundup has got a fun Nick Cave video, some ritualized Japanese suicide, a couple of album reviews and a big tidal flow of books. Enjoy.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re off to Downtown Fort Worth for the Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival.
Two Family-Fun Days and a Picnic for the Planet. It’s shaping up to be a great weekend…unless you have a garage sale.
Today in the roundup: Carol Burnett takes your questions, cheaper drinks in the Arts District and words with an ambitious playwright.