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Damn Fine Music Fest Is Going With Obscure Twin Peaks Characters This Year

4 months ago by David Fletcher
The time has come again for another five supergroups to deliver 25-minute sets based on different characters from the classic series Twin Peaks. Yes, it's Damn Fine Music Fest II. If you’re not familiar with the concept, DOMA-winning talent buyer Jeff Brown of King Camel Productions has created an annual celebration...
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Jamie Lee Curtis Rules, but the New Halloween Works Against Her

7 months ago by April Wolfe
We meet Laurie in her super-sealed woodsy compound, almost 40 years to the day after the murders that took place in 1978 — this film negates all the previous Halloween sequels
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Judi Dench Shines in Stellar Stolen Child Tale, Philomena

6 years ago by Inkoo Kang
The great sins of the 20th century are already too many to list, but let us note one more: the abduction of infants from mothers deemed unworthy or undesirable by governments and religious institutions. Thousands of children were kidnapped from leftist parents during Argentina's and Spain's respective dictatorships, while children...
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The Best Movies of 2013

5 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
Here's where I write about how hard it is to draw up a 10-best list at the end of the year. Except it isn't: I think of drawing up a list as an honor and a necessity, a way of putting 12 months of moviegoing into some sort of perspective...
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Steven Lawayne Nelson Sentenced to Death for the Murder of an Arlington Preacher

7 years ago by Brantley Hargrove
Update: Steven Lawayne Nelson, who was just handed a death sentence in the suffocation of an Arlington preacher, has flooded his holding cell and the courtroom, according to Star-Telegram reporter Dianna Hunt's Twitter feed. She said he could be heard screaming as water began seeping into the courtroom. Original item:...
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Echoes and Reverberations: Allen Ginsberg’s East Dallas Drive-By

11 years ago by Jeff Liles
Allen Ginsberg and Karen X. Minzer at the Starck Club in Dallas in 1986 Driving through East Dallas the other day I had the odd impulse to swing by the old KNON studio. Kind of depressing to see an empty lot taking up that space now. The studio was formerly...
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This Week's Day-By-Day Picks

We wonder if whoever is using billboards along Interstate 30 to point out that graffiti is "Temporary Art" and asking taggers to use their talents wisely has ever heard of Jean-Michel Basquiat. The protégé of Andy Warhol began his art career as a New York City tagger using the handle...
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Summer Movies 2012: The Season Brings a Crop of Films Suitable for All Ages -- Including Adults

7 years ago by Aaron Hillis
In a movie season worshipped for its CGI-boosted, spiritually bankrupt juvenilia, it's heartening to know that filmmakers still create — and maybe more significantly, that studios still distribute — summer entertainment for grown-ups. Not that those buckets of popcorn are going to empty themselves, but who needs to be reminded...
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Some things he did

19 years ago by Jeff Liles
To those who knew Roxy Gordon, the news of his passing on February 7 may have caught them a little off guard, but the official cause of death didn't come as much of a surprise: cirrhosis of the liver. The man loved his liquor. Sorry if that sounds blunt, but...
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AFI Fest Releases Lineup of Films and Guest List. Oh, Look: The Guy From Office Space

12 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Yes, we're very excited David Lynch and Lauren Bacall are coming to AFI. But, c'mon, so's Ron Livingston. Yeeaaah. We just received the complete schedule for the inaugural AFI Dallas International film festival, which opens with a screening of Music Within at the Majestic Theater on March 22 and closes...

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