Patrick's forthcoming with pictures and words from the downtown blow-em-ups this morning, as Big Bob Jeffress and Mayor Tom held hands and made First Baptist go boom, but first, this just in from the Texas Theatre: Love-him-or-hate-him Neil Hamburger's been booked into the joint for what it's cal ... More >>
For those who don't get the cable teevee, the Dallas iMedia Network, available solely through Time Warner, aired a few days back a "round table" featuring no less than Curtis King from the Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Jac Alder from Theatre Three, Charles Santos from TITAS, Dallas Cultural Aff ... More >>
AllGood hosts a Yellow Submarine
Puff, Pass and Watch at the AllGood
Leary "lights up" the screen
Gorge yourself on the good stuff
Good ways to spend some money. Just get a receipt for your taxes.
Music tidbits from the Big D
Al Maysles, at right with his late brother David, will teach a class in Dallas August 12. Guaranteed, it'll be the best $200 a young filmmaker could ever spend. One of the greatest living filmmakers and one of the nicest men you will ever meet, Albert Maysles, is coming to Dallas in August for the D ... More >>
What a difference a day makes
Badass or just bad, blaxploitation gets its day
Rosenthal makes the functional also beautiful
Tonya Harding trades skates for gloves
Your wish is granted
April 29 - May 5,1999
With major arts players jockeying for position in a new performing arts center, will smaller groups be left out of the Arts District altogether?