Today in the roundup: Local music bits, how sports will fit into the Perot Museum and more raves for ‘Moby-Dick.’
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This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a Texas connection to the phrase, “Live from New York, it’s Saturday night!”
Here’s a sampling of Halloween fun that ranges from not so scary to scared silly scary.
Since it was founded, Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum has had a policy of acquiring works of “definitive excellence.” That goal is as lofty as it is elusive. A new exhibit celebrates the Kimbell’s 40th anniversary – and the spotlight is on the vision of the museum’s founders.
Today in the roundup: The Titanic docks in Fort Worth, previewing Dallas Opera’s season opener and Louis Kahn’s last project.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a rockabilly cat who sang his own version of a nursery rhyme.
The Phillips Collection may be a boutique operation in DC, but it pioneered modernism in America and collecting living American artists. One hundred artworks from Winslow Homer to Mark Rothko make up the largest touring show the Carter has hosted.
This Week in Texas Music History we’ll remember the night a famous folk singer electrified Austin.
Many of the Baroque sculptor’s masterpieces will never tour – they’re marble fountains. But these clay models were his prep work. And before they come to the Kimbell, they’re showing at the Met in NYC.
Why does it get dark at night? Hint: It’s more complicated than the sun not being out.