Tanju Tuzer, the Turkish-born, European-trained dancer-choreographer who founded Tuzer Ballet in Richardson thirty years ago, has been diagnosed with cancer.
Archive: 'KERA Radio reports'
Yes, Koons and Warhol make a splash, but it’s the ladies who steal the show.
This week, to put a cap on the year, we talk about why a film released over the summer has proved to be the year’s best.
This week, we talk to the man who runs Bob’s Prop Shop, which specializes in re-creating iconic cars from movies and television. The operation is the subject of a new reality show airing Tuesdays on the Reelz channel called Screen Machines.
Only in America: This holiday season there are nearly 20 different production of The Nutcracker ballet in North Texas. No other holiday show comes close. So — why?
This week, we put on our No. 13 Mavs jerseys and talk about Steve Nash’s legacy, which is on display in the documentary ‘Nash.’
Ariel Saldivar quit her job at Goss Michael Foundation to head up the effort to bring ArtPrize to Dallas. What will it look like? Who pays for it? And how can you be involved?
The big winner is Big Thought with a $100,000 grant for its Dallas City of Learning program.
KERA’s Doualy Xaykaothao reports on the closing of an exhibition at ArtSpace 111 in Fort Worth.
As a teacher, Gail Cronauer has helped train a generation of North Texas actors. As a performer, she’s been a classic character actor – currently seen to great effect at the Undermain Theater as a crafty, comical, Russian witch.