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Dallas Not Even A Top 20 ‘Arts Vibrant’ City, Says New SMU Study

The study measures an area’s cultural vitality through such factors as arts employment, government support and non–profit dollars. And Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and even Austin do not rank high.

Bringing Martin Luther King Jr.’s Words To The Page – And The Stage

Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’ is a landmark text of the civil rights movement – but there was drama as well in how they saw print – as seen Monday night in Dallas writer Jonathan Martin’s play.

Cedar Fever? We Get A Tour of Where The MAC Is Headed Downtown

The MAC was in Uptown before Uptown existed. But now it’s headed south – to a sprawling, old complex in the Cedars. But will Kitchen Dog Theater move with it? Should it?

The Big Deal: Goya: A Lifetime of Graphic Invention At The Meadows Museum

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Win passes to see the works of master draftsman, Francisco de Goya at the Meadows Museum.

Art&Seek Jr: MLK Day Happenings

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Celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at one of these family friendly events.

New Home For Dallas Holocaust Museum

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It’s not far from the old home.

Wanna Live Forever? Step 1: See “The Immortalists”

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Guest blogger David Alvarado, a filmmaker now based in NYC, returns to hometown Dallas with a new documentary. He gives us a look at how the idea for “The Immortalists” was born.

Documenting Jewish Life In Eastern Europe

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Fort Worth photographer Loli Kantor’s book “Beyond the Forest” documents the Jewish presence in Poland and Ukraine.

Could This Be His Last ‘Nutcracker’?

Tanju Tuzer, the Turkish-born, European-trained dancer-choreographer who founded Tuzer Ballet in Richardson thirty years ago, has been diagnosed with cancer.

Apply For KERA/KXT Community Advisory Board

The deadline is January 9.

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