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SXSW: Tune In To KXT For Live Broadcast

Categorized Under: Music, Radio, South by Southwest, Uncategorized No Comments

KXT’s broadcasting live from SXSW this afternoon til 6 p.m. Tune in and check out some great pix from the music conference.

A Memorial For The Reverend Gean West

A wake will be held tonight for one of the pioneers of gospel-funk. So here’s an appreciation of the Reverend Gean West, co-founder of The Relatives.

Neil deGrasse Tyson, Serial’s Sarah Koenig Headline New Speaker Series: #thinkspeak

Categorized Under: KERA Programming, Local Events, Radio No Comments

Just another reason to look forward to summer. KERA & AT&T Performing Arts Center are teaming up to bring some of public radio’s biggest stars to town in a series called #thinkspeak.

Stagger Lee: Part 2 – Making The Music

For our continuing series on the development of the new Dallas Theater Center musical, Stagger Lee, we turn to co-composer Justin Ellington, who made the show not just a musical but an epic history.

Apply For KERA/KXT Community Advisory Board

The deadline is January 9.

StoryCorps MobileBooth is Coming to Dallas

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Time for you to tell your story!

The Big Screen: ‘Believe Me’

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In the comedy Believe Me, four college seniors start a fake charity with the goal of bilking devout Christians out of money. This week, we talk to the film’s Dallas-raised director about how the story actually should appeal to a Christian audience.

The Big Deal: Rick Steves’ The Holy Land At The AT&T Performing Arts Center

Win tickets to hear Rick Steves speak about his travels in the Holy Land and why he recommends Americans travel there.

Director Of Dallas’ Office Of Cultural Affairs To Leave For New Job – UPDATED

Maria Munoz-Blanco, who’s been with the City of Dallas, since 2005 is leaving OCA for a new job. She helped open two new arts facilities and ran an award-winning public art program at Love Field.

The Meyerson at 50? Only If Classical Music Survives.

As it passes its 25th anniversary, the Meyerson’s future is tied to the future of classical music.

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