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Archive: 'History or Science'
A natural fit between hall and honoree: Lamar Hunt founded the American Football League, Major League Soccer, co-founded World Championship Tennis – the list goes on. So now you can learn how well you run against a T-Rex in the Lamar Hunt Family Sports Hall.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a legislator’s son who lived the life of a traveling troubadour.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a man with a voice as big as Texas.
Stephen Wade has tracked down the human and musical connections behind some of the great field recordings of the Library of Congress: field hollers, chants, cowboy waltzes. Now, the master musician-folklorist brings his award-winning book, The Beautiful Music All Around Us, to life on stage.
Got curious little monkeys? So do we.
There’s been much talk, and there’ll be more, about the legacy of President Kennedy. But in marking November 22, 1963, we have to talk about the legacy of Lee Harvey Oswald as well – the impact the assassination had on American culture: movies, books, the musical Assassins at Theatre 3.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet an opera singer who pulled herself up by her own bootstraps.
Fort Worth Opera will give With Blood, With Ink – an opera about a brilliant, tragic 17th-century feminist-nun – its first fully-professional premiere next season. But next week, you can see a preview of it.
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