This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll visit a nightclub where a Texas icon was born.
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Why are vampires making such a comeback in current literature, film and television? On Thursday, Think host Krys Boyd spoke with Rechelle Christie, gothic literature specialist at UTA, and Rick Worland, SMU film professor and author of the book The Horror Film: An Introduction.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember an immigrant’s son who helped popularize an unofficial state anthem.
Novelist, former SPY magazine editor-in-chief and Studio 360 host Kurt Anderson stopped by this morning.
Today in the roundup: Ruta Lee speaks, the One O’Clock Lab Band plays and Ira Glass sings.
This morning’s arts news highlights: A new SMU literary mag online — aimed at Dallas stories from high schoolers — the Undermain entering its 27th season in fine fettle, the decline in giving to nonprofits doesn’t include a local university and tonight’s acclaimed Frontline program about Texas’ possible execution of an innocent man.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a queen who helped launch a rock star’s career.
Jeff Whittington is preparing to interview Kevin Moriarty and Anne Pasternak for the State of the Arts series at the DMA this week. Here he shares a bit about what he learned at the last event – and what he might ask about on Thursday night.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrates an R&B singer who appeared on the Grand Ole Opry.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll look at a performer whose name you might find in your local restaurant.