Posts Tagged ‘show’
Shhhhh! Top-secret stuff is happening in Weatherford. But Static isn’t afraid to dig up confidential info on the down low if it pleases regular readers of this snarkfest. Blogging Project Runway, a fan site that tracks the po...
WED ? 26 The end of May means the Crowne Plaza Invitational, and with Tiger Woods nursing a sore neck and bruised public image (not that he ever played our city’s tournament anyway), Masters champion and new favorite PGA golf...
WED ? 12 While the world swoons over the culinary contributions of France, Italy, China, and Mexico, Central Market turns its focus to South America in Passport Argentina, a two-week series of cooking classes that will tell you...
WED ? 5 A rare medieval piece in the Kimbell’s collection, Duccio’s Raising of Lazarus receives close attention from UT-Dallas professor Mark Rosen. In his lecture An Elevated Subject: Duccio’s “Raising of Lazarus” in...
WED ? 28 A native of Aledo, Ill., Suzy Bogguss has gradually made herself over in this decade from country singer to a musician more influenced by jazz, swing, and samba. She played McDavid Studio previously to a sold-out hall,...
Michelle Brandley’s self-portrait paintings are no academic studies. The blackly comic images of her surrounded by food draw their inspiration from Baroque painting.
WED ? 21 It’s a fair distance between Granbury and Grapevine, but Texas Family Musicals will be traveling it by bringing Granbury Opera House’s production of There Will Be No Sad Songs to the Palace Theatre in Grapevine. Th...
Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy
Natural forms dominate the space at Artspace 111, courtesy of art by Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy (whose Radiolaria series was featured in an earlier Gallery item).
Composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb were introduced to each other in 1962, and their collaboration for the musical stage lasted even beyond Ebb’s death in 2004: A musical based on the Scottsboro Boys case opened Off Br...
On Saturday at The Grotto (517 University Dr. near the Cultural District, 817-882-9331), the Rivercrest Yacht Club will play its second-to-last show for a while.