Today in the roundup: Pictures from an exhibition, a Texas Grammy recap and planning your SXSW.
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Today in the roundup: Words with Jeff Whittington, music bits and an actress who isn’t afraid to look bad.
Today in the roundup: 35 Conferette and SXSW announce additions, the year in music and talking Tuna.
In case you missed it on KXT yesterday, here are some final thoughts from Gini Mascorro and Stephen Becker on their adventures at South By Southwest. Gini talks quite a bit about the SXSW bands that you’ll be hearing on the air on KXT. And Stephen, who was reporting all week from the conference, wraps [...]
AUSTIN – I’m headed out to catch the big Spune Day Party, featuring Telegraph Canyon, Doug Burr, Seryn, Sarah Jaffee and others. Hopefully the monsoon we had early this morning here didn’t wash downtown out to sea. While I go check on that, please enjoy these highlights from Friday.
Today marks one full week in Austin for intrepid Art&Seek Web editor Stephen Becker, who has been covering all three parts of the South By Southwest conference: Interactive, Film and Music. You might think that round-the-clock movies and club concerts would leave one bleary-eyed and bearded. But Stephen actually sounds quite chipper in his reports [...]
Fat Lady and the Whale: The Dallas Opera has launched a photo game called Moby on the Move to gear up for the premiere of Moby-Dick. It works kind of like that vacation gnome: download the whale, take your pix with him, and share. The Opera will post their fave pix each week. Meanwhile, in [...]
AUSTIN – Day 1 at South by Southwest was a busy one. I think I saw about 10 bands, not counting the ones you walk past who are set up on every street corner. Highlights of the night include Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings at Stubbs and Nas and Damian Marley at Emos. But [...]
AUSTIN – Mix St. Patricks Day with beautiful weather and a live band playing every 5 feet and you’ve got a cocktail so potent that seemingly no one in Austin can resist taking a sip. Fortunately, there’s an oasis from the party. The IFC Crossroads House is set up on the corner of 7th St. [...]
AUSTIN – If there’s one theme wafting through the discussions outside theaters, it’s been the difficulty getting in them. The Austin American Statesman reports that the number of film registrants is up 25 percent this year. The number of seats, unfortunately, hasn’t grown at the same rate, leaving many festivalgoers out in the cold. Chris [...]