A new exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art explores the art and culture from the ancient kingdoms of southern Mexico. And the show’s sweet spot can be found where art and history intersect.
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Just in time for the Olympics’ opening ceremony, hip-hop playwright and SMU artist-in-residence Will Power has set Caliban’s words to a different rhythm.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a singer who had a minty fresh moniker.
Today in the roundup: Considering public parks, Half Price Books celebrates a birthday and the code to ancient rock paintings in Texas is cracked.
Feeling sleepy after lunch. Science says, “Take a nap!”
Need a break for the heat and a summertime attitude adjustment? Check out these fun summer diversions.
Time-lapse video shows a variety of flowers bursting to life. Thankfully it leaves out the part where they turn brown and die in the heat.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember an accordion player who squeezed a lot of music into one lifetime.
There have been “fake books” before this – compilations of all the songs a jazz musician needed to know for a paying gig. But now Plano music historian Ted Gioia has written the stories behind those 252 classic jazz numbers.
Today in the roundup: The Dead Sea Scrolls visit Fort Worth, plus bonding with symphony pros.