We spend about six years of our life dreaming. Seems like it’d be helpful to know what we’re thinking during that time.
Archive: 'History or Science'
‘Made in Oak Cliff’ is a five-man show about the funky, seminal ’70s North Texas arts scene – and it was prompted by a larger DMA retrospective.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a true visionary who helped redefine Texas-Mexican music.
Learn all about the history of bicycles – and the influence they’ve had on our culture – from bike historian James MacDonald.
A new Grey Matters gallery show plus a DMA retrospective makes us wonder: Why did <em>this</em> particular group of Dallas-area artists catch the national spotlight? Guest blogger and author Brendan McNally fills us in.
When President Kennedy and the First Lady spent the night of Nov. 21, 1963, in Fort Worth, they were surrounded by art on loan from the city’s prominent collectors. Those pieces have been reassembled in the exhibition “Hotel Texas” at the Dallas Museum of Art. And one of the artists whose work was in the room only just heard about its inclusion.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about the first-and-only four-way-hit songwriter.
Tyrees Allen has been on dozens of TV shows and a coupla Broadway shows. But he came back to North Texas to act for the African-American Rep – to support the DeSoto company and as something of a personal challenge.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll follow a songwriter down country music’s “lost highway.”
Get out there and celebrate spring with one of these outdoor festivals.