Posts Tagged ‘anniversary’
CANDY CLARK OUTSIDE OF HER FAVORITE FORT WORTH RESTAURANT, CATTLEMEN'S IN THE STOCKYARDS. (photo by jeff prince)

More On American Graffiti Star Candy Clark

Jeff Prince
Candy Clark provided so many interesting quotes for this week’s cover story (“Graffiti Artist,” July 3, 2013) that some were left out for space reasons. For instance, did you know producer Francis Ford Coppola almost gav...


Gallery

Gallery at UTA
Gallery
For its silver anniversary show, the Gallery at UTA has taken the numerically consistent step of showcasing 25 artists from its 25 years in operation.



9/11/11

Big Ticket
As the calendar would have it, the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks falls on a Sunday. Not that there would have been a shortage of commemorative events regardless of what day of the week it fell on, but the coinc...


Becky’s New Car Stalls

Despite impeccable acting and an exhilarating start, Circle’s latest comes up short in the end.
JIMMY FOWLER
There’s a revealing bit of wisdom expressed by the title character of the bittersweet marital comedy Becky’s New Car, set to begin its final weekend of performances at Circle Theatre. Becky (Lisa Fairchild), a charming and ...



Who’s The New John Lennon?

Jeff Prince
Today’ marks the 30th anniversary of the assassination of pop music’s greatest peace advocate. Rolling Stone is featuring John Lennon on the cover along with a story written from a nine-hour interview he gave just t...


Live Aid Anniversary Still Haunts Writer

Jeff Prince
Today marks the 25th anniversary of Live Aid, not to mention the 25th anniversary of one of my low points (although, looking back, my situation doesn’t seem all that dire anymore). Do you remember where you were that day?...



The Sleeping Beauty

Big Ticket
Texas Ballet Theater rounds out its season with four performances of Ben Stevenson’s sumptuous production of The Sleeping Beauty in Bass Performance Hall this weekend.


Wednesday Matinees

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This year marks the 70th anniversary of one of the greatest moviegoing years ever, and one of 1939′s biggest cinematic landmarks was The Wizard of Oz, an enduring classic but also a technological and artistic breakthrough...



Benchmarks

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The Chinese regard eight as a lucky number, which is one reason the Beijing Olympics are beginning on the date 8/8/08.