Clooney's actors shine in The Monuments Men, and that's almost enough.
Saturday, February 9, at Club Dada
Friday, February 1, at Trees
NASA was perturbed when Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell auctioned his checklist from the ill-fated mission through Dallas-based Heritage Auctions back in December. So perturbed, in fact, that NASA general counsel asked the auctioneer to halt the nearly $400,000 sale so that proof of ownership could b ... More >>
This little bit of Dallas music history is timely, given Edie Brickell's performance at the Kessler Theater this weekend with her band Heavy Make-Up.Thirteen years ago, her famous act The New Bohemians, who had released two albums on Geffen Records, with only one notable single, were defunct. But ... More >>
Chicago destroyed, along with viewers' brain cells.
Rondo EstrelloYo, PPT -- which of you is the rowdy one, the loud one and the proud one?This edition of This Week In Dallas Music History isn't exactly from this week in Dallas music history. It's a few months off, actually. But we hope you'll look the other way on that minor discrepancy. After al ... More >>
The lady is given her due
Welcome. Now get out.
Light & Sie has serious Vigor
Nechita paints with the kids
Pick up some beneficial art
Science at a science museum? Huh?
Inside the life of Southlake's child prodigy artist, 15-year-old Olivia Gennett
Summer lovin' with Wet Hot American Summer
Our critics survey the local art scene
Michael Smith corrupts the gallery's white walls with digs, jests and jibes
The DMA celebrates 100 with another 100
The word on Modigliani: grand personality, yes; great painter, no
Ferré Ristorante & Bar
The Kimbell captures Mondrian's quest to reduce the world to its essence
Emotion gets cast away in the work of the late sculptor George Segal
Photographer Ann Stautberg walks the razor's edge of a good regional artist
Through four decades of masterful painting, Wayne Thiebaud remains true to his vision
John Maybury brings home the Francis Bacon in Love Is the Devil