Posts Tagged ‘tcu’
For American Bedouin’s debut album, Carter played the doumbek, a Middle Eastern hand-drum.

Man for All Seasons

Joey Carter doesn’t care what instrument he’s playing — the music’s all that matters.
EDWARD BROWN
Depending on which night you’re fortunate enough to catch local jazzbo Joey Carter, he could be playing anything. He’s been known to wail on the organ with local fusion pioneers Bertha Coolidge, tickle the vibraphone in str...


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Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 17 Like his contemporary George Gershwin, Vincent Youmans was a successful Broadway songwriter before his career was cut short — he left show business in 1934, at the age of 36. You can hear his talent for songcraft w...



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Atheists Get Something to Believe In at TCU

Eric Griffey
It sounds like it could be a lame joke: A group of atheists walk onto a predominantly conservative Christian campus. A students affairs administrator says, “I can’t believe this.” Believe it or not, it’s...


The TCU vs Kansas game tips off at 8pm at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 6 Joining the Big 12 was a football decision for TCU, but it has had a severe impact on the men’s basketball team. The Horned Frogs are still looking for their first win in conference play, and they’ll have their wo...



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T. Boone Pickens’ Grandson Dies In Fort Worth

Jeff Prince
Texas Christian University student Thomas Boone “Ty” Pickens IV died this morning. He was 21. Pickens was the grandson of billionaire oil and water tycoon and hedge fund guru T. Boone Pickens. The death reportedly o...


Jacob Lawrence’s Panel No. 59 will be the topic of discussion, Tue.

Tuesday Talks

BIG TICKET
A whole string of interesting lectures are being given this Tuesday, and some astute scheduling will allow you to attend more than one of them. TCU art history professor Mark Thistlethwaite continues his lecture series American...



Don’t You Forget About Mimir

Kristian Lin
Due to an oversight, I neglected to mention the Mimir Chamber Music Festival in this week’s print edition, so I’m here on Blotch to redress that. The festival starts on Thursday and runs through the 13th at TCU̵...


TCU Students Earn First Jay Milner Awards

Jeff Prince
Dallas Morning News arts columnist Michael Granberry could have gone to just about any college in 1969 when he was an 18-year-old kid bound and determined to become a working journalist. He chose Southern Methodist University f...



TCU In Clutches Of Devil’s Music

Jeff Prince
The video below makes it clear why Texas Christian University is sliding off a moral precipice and plummeting into hell’s fiery clutches. After last week’s drug raid resulted in the arrest of four TCU football playe...


Cops Harsh TCU’s Mellow While Booze Flows

Jeff Prince
TCU360, the online publication Texas Christian University, published an interesting story in today’s edition, seeing as how it comes in the midst of a highly overblown drug bust. “Study Says Alcohol No. 1 Substance ...