This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a songwriter who entertained audiences in European cafes and American football stadiums.
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Today in the roundup: Previewing AFFD, a look back at a locally produced art TV show and a new arts advice column.
As a play, The Comedy of Errors has always been a rowdy entertainment – no deep poetry or characters. So translating it into a hip-hop world of weed and bling and old-school beats is no travesty. What it is — is tasteless, sweaty, stupid fun.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a performer who was a real force of nature.
Mark Doty is a new author on tour – but it’s a walking tour of downtown. The author of Lost Dallas, Doty talks about what Dallas has lost in the way of our cityscape and what is still here.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Avenue Q,’ the best in Fort Worth music and counting down the top pianists of all time.
Check out the great outdoors with your little camper this summer.
A pioneer in North Texas’ Latino community, he founded the Dallas Mexican American Historical League and helped create the Latino Cultural Center.
The Modern is one of only two venues in the world to host Portraits, the landmark show of works by Lucian Freud, perhaps the greatest portrait painter of the 20th century. But among the portraits are the other kind of paintings that made Freud famous: his nudes.
Take a tour of the earth from above with this slickly edited compilation of footage from NASA’s Image Science & Analysis Laboratory.