Margaret Fuller was an American feminist pioneer. She was a literary ally of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau — she edited the literary journal of the Transcendentalist movement. Doesn’t sound like the subject for a fanciful new comedy? No? But happily, that’s what Kitchen Dog delivers.
Archive: 'History or Science'
Medicine and medical procedures can fight the physical effects of disease. But a patient’s spiritual and mental well-being also can play an important role in recovery. A group of North Texas healthcare professionals recently met to discuss how the arts can aid the healing process. KERA’s Stephen Becker reports:
Wanna see some robots? That and much more at Makerspace open house tomorrow.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll recall a talented drummer whose career was almost derailed by appendicitis.
Art& Seek on Think TV talks to Heritage Auctions’ director of Texas art, Atlee Phillips, about Henry McArdle’s painting of the battle of San Jacinto — a painting that sat, forgotten, in a West Virginia attic for years. We talk about what convinced her it was genuine, about the Texas legends who appear in it and why the painting hasn’t been restored. “The Battle of San Jacinto” goes up for auction tomorrow.
Fair Park is about to get a new museum dedicated to the history of cars. KERA’s Stephen Becker reports:
Today in the roundup: Meet the new Cliburn chief, Happy belated B Day to Georgia O’Keeffe and prepping dinosaur bones.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a Tejana singer who began fronting bands at the age of nine.
Highlights from last night’s discussion with the Dallas Opera’s Graeme Jenkins and Theater Projects’ John Coyne: how to make the Arts District livelier, what the DO didn’t get that European companies do, building a Dallas Theater Center set on the fly.
In this video, a dandelion transforms before your very eyes. And the circle of life continues.