This week in the Junior: Grab some inspiration with the kids at these Black History Month events.
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Here are the biological and chemical reasons you’ll be shelling out $20 for that heart-shaped box of chocolates on Thursday.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about one of the state’s first African-American folklorists.
The Wall Street Journal is impressed by the Perot Museum’s design and its hyperactive exhibitions. But this is the Journal, so there’s the money, too.
The Kimbell Art Museum has opened an exhibition that takes visitors inside the mind of one of the greatest sculptors of all time. “Bernini: Sculpting in Clay” collects models and preparatory drawings the artist used to design his many statues that can be seen throughout Rome. The show is equal parts scholarship and scavenger hunt:
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet the original “Gangster of Love.”
Did you know your brain involves fast and slow thinking? Those two systems are put to the test in this video.
So which came first? Well, it’s complicated. But by the end of this video, we have an answer.
Lyric Stage dug up a long, lost musical from the great creator of Guys and Dolls. But is Pleasures and Palaces a real pleasure? Or just another walking dead from the Broadway crypt?
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a musical pioneer who drew inspiration from a barroom brawl.