Today in the roundup: The buildings that define Dallas, opera’s ticket-selling problem and an NPR dance contest.
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After taking in the DMA’s exhibition and a recent episode of Think, you might find yourself thinking differently about social media.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll hear how the civil rights struggle took an operatic turn.
Iron Man 3 looks to be another billion-selling, comic-book film. So we thought we’d roll out the PBS superheroes to save the network from cutbacks (again). Carl Sagan! Bill Nye! Bob Ross! Our own thoughtful, superhero action blockbuster! Yeah, that’ll work.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a salesman who rode the airwaves to the Governor’s Office.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet “the other Z.Z.” of Texas blues.
Tonight, the Black Crowes play the House of Blues. For a taste of what you’ll see (or what you’ll be missing out on), here’s their performance on PBS’ Live from the Artists Den.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Opera has a big announcement, the DMA hands out some awards and Amphibian Stage Productions stages a controversial piece.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a band that waltzed into Austin music lore.
Don Draper takes a break from all the darkness on Mad Men to learn a little about sculpting on Sesame Street.