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2009 Stories by Noah W. Bailey

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  • Landlubber

    published February 19, 2009

    With a name like The Seafarer, you might think Stage West's latest play would be set at sea. An adaptation of The Old Man and the... More >>

  • Texas In Fall

    published February 12, 2009

    Artist Lillian Garcia-Roig specializes in landscapes, but rather than painting picturesque scenery as seen from a mountain top, she puts the... More >>

  • Devotchka, Crooked Fingers

    published February 5, 2009

    Devotchka first popped up on our radar with 2004's How It Ends and its contributions to the Little Miss Sunshine soundtrack, but... More >>

  • Phosphorescent

    published February 5, 2009

    Given his penchant for wearing light-up Western suits onstage, it's not entirely surprising Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck would record an... More >>

  • False Kings

    published February 5, 2009

    The last time your Dallas Mavericks faced the bottom-feeding Sacramento Kings on the road, only Jason Terry really showed up to play, scoring 33... More >>

  • Street People

    published January 22, 2009

    American artist Allan Kaprow first used the term "Happening" to describe an art party on fellow artist George Segal's New Jersey chicken farm, but... More >>

  • For The Birds

    published January 22, 2009

    If you've ever flipped through a field guide of birds or visited the new Trinity River Audubon Center, then you owe a debt of gratitude to the... More >>

  • Botti Blows

    published January 22, 2009

    Honestly, the only thing I really know about Chris Botti is that he looks a whole lot like Robert Downey, Jr.'s character from Tropic... More >>

  • Crayons and Critters

    published January 22, 2009

    The work of artist J. Blake Harris could easily make for some striking concert posters were it not for the complete lack of text. His... More >>

  • Peachy Puckers

    published January 22, 2009

    As of this writing your Dallas Stars sit near the bottom of the Western Conference, in only slightly better shape than the Atlanta... More >>

  • Maneater

    published January 22, 2009

    With a title like A Feminine Ending, you would think that the WaterTower Theatre's new production would culminate in a true love... More >>

  • Cowboy Cartographer

    published January 22, 2009

    If you've ever watched an episode of Austin City Limits, then you've no doubt heard Gary P. Nunn's "London Homesick Blues," ("I wanna go... More >>

  • Little Dots

    published January 15, 2009

    I vividly remember the first time I used low-res photos off the Internet for a print project in college, which turned out to be a pixelated... More >>

  • Upper Management Material

    published January 15, 2009

    Maybe if I read books like David Allen's Getting Things Done, I wouldn't be sitting here with a scowl on my face, cursing the economy and... More >>

  • Still On The Line

    published January 15, 2009

    Most people know Glen Campbell from his late '60s and '70s heyday, when songs like "Gentle on My Mind," "Galveston" and "Wichita Lineman"... More >>

  • Wormhole

    published January 8, 2009

    For the past several years many residents of Fort Worth and other North Texas municipalities have accumulated vast amounts of new bling thanks to... More >>

  • Art, Halved

    published January 8, 2009

    "[John] Adelman is an artist who plays by the rules," at least if you believe his press release. But which rules? The Ten Commandments? The Code... More >>

  • Symphony for the Devil

    published January 8, 2009

    Family Symphony Sundays is a series of concerts put on by the Plano Symphony Orchestra with the goal of instilling a love for music in... More >>

  • Bye-Bye, Cotton

    published January 1, 2009

    The Cotton Bowl has been a Dallas tradition since the first game between TCU and Marquette in 1937. From the 1947 "Ice Bowl" match between... More >>

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