With the Trinity Lutheran Church coming down, Dallas’ Office of Cultural Affairs works to save glass artworks there, made by Dallas sculptor Octavio Medellin — and have them moved to the City Performance Hall.
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An update on Jerry Russell, Norah Jones remembers Marian McPartland and the presidents in pictures.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll visit a tiny town that had a huge impact on Texas music.
There’s a big name in former DSO concertmaster Emanuel Borok – now an SMU distinguished artist-in-residence – but it’s also interesting to see how the other appointments are sprinkled among the different arts and divisions.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn how one man almost made Dallas—not Nashville—into Music City, USA.
Chances are if you’re watching this, you’re sitting at a desk. Here’s an animated look at how you can at least be a little more healthy while doing all that sitting.
Opening night at VideoFest, a Coppell native’s new documentary and the history of Fort Worth lawmen.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a bluesman who was also a cowboy.
Take a look at the first trailer for George Clooney’s film version of Robert Edsel’s history of the Allies’ attempts to save European masterworks from the carnage of World War II.
Looking to shake things up? How about a spur-of-the-moment day trip?