The final installment of this year’s State of the Arts series is tonight at the Dallas Museum of Art. KERA’s Jeff Whittington gives a preview of what to expect.
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Here’s hoping that all future This American Life segments will eventually be animated. In this one, a guy recounts a craze that swept his schoolyard.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll honor a singer who refused to perform for peanuts.
A new edition of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn went on sale this month. It’s the one with the N-word deleted from Mark Twain’s novel – and the version commentator Tom Dodge takes issue with.
Today in the roundup: Borders closing local stores, the Eight Track Museum goes national and how cutting arts funding threatens innovation.
Hey there – wow what a difference a week makes – a beautiful day!!
Well, I guess the Grammys are tonight, but instead we are gonna play some great music on the radio!
This is where you can leave me suggestions for music to check out for future shows.
Leave a link if you can so we all can buy the tunes you suggest.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a former railroad worker who helped launch the careers of some of the biggest names in country music.
Today in the roundup: Perry calls for cut in arts funding, a DMA curator heads to Paris and the life of Barbara Smith Conrad.
The O’s release a new album today. Let’s preview one of the tracks.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll honor a non-Texan who played a vital role in helping us celebrate ours state’s heritage.