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2012 Stories by Brentney Hamilton

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  • So Much Better Than A Tote Bag

    published May 10, 2012

    No word if there will be lattes and arugula served by the twenty-one North Texas movie theaters slated to simulcast This American Life... More >>

  • A Gunpowder Social

    published May 10, 2012

    Baseball debacle or no, everybody still wants to be like Mike. In fact, artist Sergio Garcia has been wearing Air Jordans since the 80s. When it... More >>

  • Girl, Look at These Prints. I Workshop!

    published May 3, 2012

    “Bromoil” does not, in fact, mean discord in the Sigma Chi house. A photographic process popularized during the first half of... More >>

  • The Call of Chihuly

    published May 3, 2012

    Maybe someday you, too, will have a six-month celebration of your life’s work as you rock an eye patch like whoa, but while you work out... More >>

  • Cinephiles, Start Your Celluloid

    published April 26, 2012

    Not only is 42 the answer to life, the universe and everything, it’s also the number of years the USA Film Festival has been... More >>

  • High-Octane Self-Esteem

    published April 26, 2012

    If it were legal in the state of Texas, the state of Texas would marry itself; in fact, after decades of jealous neighboring states telling the... More >>

  • I Sing of Myself. The Watzloves, of ’Possums.

    published April 19, 2012

    Waxahachie probably isn’t the romantic subject of any great Texas country songs, at least not yet, but Webb Art Gallery, owned and operated... More >>

  • NPR Voice Diane Rehm Speaks Out on Parkinson's

    published April 19, 2012

    One mention of the indomitable Diane Rehm and you can just hear her theme song trumpets can’t you? Let’s face it: Rehm, whose... More >>

  • Give Art A Chance

    published April 12, 2012

    We would say that it’s the “Woodstock of Dallas arts,” but you should envision less mud and more glamour. As the third annual... More >>

  • Subterranean Art Fair Blues

    published April 12, 2012

    You must admire Peter Ligon’s chutzpah. The co-founder of the Fallas Dart Air, which opens the same weekend as a festival with a... More >>

  • Gone to Pot

    published April 5, 2012

    Once upon a time, Schoolhouse Rock taught children about “The Great American Melting Pot” and how liberty was built on the... More >>

  • Goal Tending

    published April 5, 2012

    Jacob Kassay is being too modest — or, otherwise, too ironic — by naming his newest exhibition No Goal.... More >>

  • I See Nerdy People

    published March 29, 2012

    If you’re still not over that time your asshole cousin ruined The Sixth Sense by divulging its “mind-blowing” ending... More >>

  • Southern Gothic at WaterTown Theater

    published March 29, 2012

    Chances are most Dallasites have meandered through rural Oklahoma a fateful time or two, so few will be surprised by the plot of Tracy... More >>

  • Party Time, Excellent

    published March 22, 2012

    Jagger is free to do what he wants, any old time. You? You have a slight budgetary restriction now and again, and the McKinney Avenue... More >>

  • Southern Comfort in Bruce Lee Webb’s New Works

    published March 22, 2012

    When Magnolia Gallery owner Scott Horn told us Bruce Lee Webb’s new exhibition would be a “barn-burner,” we... More >>

  • Art for the People, By the People

    published March 15, 2012

    When an event’s attendance doubles by more than half like the Dallas Arboretum’s ArtScape has since 2009, the people have spoken, and... More >>

  • Your Moment of Zen: Sarah Vowell and Krys Boyd Unite

    published March 15, 2012

    She’s Muskogee-born and Bozeman-raised, and in just 42 years, Sarah Vowell has penned five nonfiction books; traveled the country,... More >>

  • Art Talk it Out

    published March 8, 2012

    Grab your “Ira Glass-es” and fountain pen and meet us at the intersection of aesthetic and cerebral where art and philosophy collide... More >>

  • Haveron Hits a Nerve

    published March 1, 2012

    We love Texas artists, especially when they are as “Texas” as Bill Haveron, but don’t think for a second that he is a... More >>

  • Between Truth and Fiction

    published February 23, 2012

    The old saying suggests that bad things come in threes, but that couldn’t be less true at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary this week.... More >>

  • Gold Star Installation

    published February 9, 2012

    Remember that kid in school who made you look bad by going the extra mile, incorporating lustrous glitter or even computer printouts into his... More >>

  • Oh, Riverdance, The Pipes, The Pipes are Calling

    published February 2, 2012

    1996 just called. It misses you, wants to hang out again. It’s been awhile, but why wouldn’t you want to go another round with the... More >>

  • They’re Not Nekkid if it’s Art

    published January 26, 2012

    Oh, the weather outside is … mildly unpleasant, necessitating neither a heavy woolen coat nor thermal undies, and while we can understand... More >>

  • Art and Adventure Collide

    published January 26, 2012

    Imagine that Cervantes’ quixotic hero weren’t so deluded after all, and that he truly saw fantastic adventures of derring-do that the... More >>

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