A Power Trip
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A Power Trip

Hello Rachel here… On a recent Wednesday, a couple of hours before sunset, an eclectic…

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Amon Carter Gets Serious
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Amon Carter Gets Serious

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art  has announced that Margaret C. Conrads, ailment Ph.D.,…

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Editor’s Remarks:  May 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: May 2012

It’s my seventh issue performing the job of editor, treatment so it’s time to rock…

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BYOB Policy Change in Arts District
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BYOB Policy Change in Arts District

Audiences enjoying performances under the stars at Annette Strauss Square will now be able to…

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Having Faith in “Next Fall”
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Having Faith in “Next Fall”

Dallas Theater Center presents Next Fall at the Kalita Humphreys Theater, unhealthy April 13 – May 6,…

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Art Mart at the Lake
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Art Mart at the Lake

A visit to the Art Mart at Bath House Cultural Center the weekend of April 27-29 offers a great…

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Family Theater
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Family Theater

Dallas Children’s Theater and its audiences continue a love affair with author Doreen Cronin –…

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A Coen Classic Returns to Silver Screen
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A Coen Classic Returns to Silver Screen

Celebrating it’s 25th anniversary, Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff is showing the classic adventure-comedy crime…

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Art Smart
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Art Smart

This weekend, 75 prominent national and international art dealers representing painting, sculpture, works on paper,…

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The Power of Film
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The Power of Film

The Dallas International Film Festival begins this weekend with over 125 films scheduled at various…

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A 48-Hour Show
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A 48-Hour Show

Dallas-based photographer and new media artist, doctor Erica Felicella, turned her gaze inward and found…

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Tornado Relief Concert
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Tornado Relief Concert

A free benefit concert this Saturday (April 14) at the Levitt Pavilion will help raise…

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The Spirit of Music
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The Spirit of Music

The Spirit of Uganda, Empower African Children’s professional training and touring group, will be featured…

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Is Mother a Villian?
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Is Mother a Villian?

Opening Thursday, April 5 at Cohn Drennan Contemporary, Kerry Pacillio presents MOTHER, a new series exploring…

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Editor’s Remarks:  April 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: April 2012

Art sometimes points the way. Take Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads, order ” now…

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Editor’s Remarks:  April 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: April 2012

Speaking to one of my Texas neighbors the other day, medical the conversation somehow steered…

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A Night of Opera at Cowboy Stadium
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A Night of Opera at Cowboy Stadium

The Dallas Opera, ampoule in partnership with Cowboys Stadium, has just announce that more than 25,000 tickets to…

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Exhibit Leaves an ‘Impression’
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Exhibit Leaves an ‘Impression’

Regardless of one’s opinion about Impressionism, online the Kimbell Art Museum latest special exhibition — emphasis…

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Exhibition Soars at Crow Museum
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Exhibition Soars at Crow Museum

There may be larger exhibitions at the Crow Collection of Asian Art but none will…

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A Solid First Step Forward
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A Solid First Step Forward

8&1 Dance Company premiered their presence and work on Friday, viagra March 23 at the…

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A Solid First Step Forward 8&1 Dance Company premiered their presence and work on Friday,…

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Clap-Your-Hands Musical Coming to FW
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Clap-Your-Hands Musical Coming to FW

Jubilee Theatre brings Langston Hughes’ gospel musical comedy Tambourines To Glory to the stage this…

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Houstonian Gets First Dallas Show
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Houstonian Gets First Dallas Show

Nick Barbee, vialis 40mg who currently teaches drawing and sculpture at Rice University and the University…

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Theater Fest Online
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Theater Fest Online

WaterTower Theatre’s Out of the Loop Festival is in full swing, and what an eclectic…

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Editor’s Remarks:  March 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: March 2012

March is coming in a like a lion alright, buy and from Russia, viagra with…

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Art Bus Heading to Stadium
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Art Bus Heading to Stadium

The CADD Art Bus Tours are a HUGE success! Since 2010, Contemporary Art Dealers of…

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Latinos in Pop Music
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Latinos in Pop Music

Latino musicians have had a profound influence on traditional genres of music in the United…

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Harth-Bedoya Adds More Duties
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Harth-Bedoya Adds More Duties

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra has announced that Music Director Miguel Harth-Bedoya has been appointed Chief Conductor of…

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This Spring, “Next Fall”
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This Spring, “Next Fall”

Dallas Theater Center has announced the cast of Next Fall, ampoule which opens at the Kalita…

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Arboretum Blooms Art
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Arboretum Blooms Art

The Dallas Arboretum becomes a work of art during the ArtScape Fine Art Show and…

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New Hotel Seeks Local Artworks
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New Hotel Seeks Local Artworks

NYLO Hotels is looking for original artwork by DFW artists to showcase in the soon-to-open…

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Oscar Hopefuls at Texas Theatre
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Oscar Hopefuls at Texas Theatre

Oscar-nominated documentary short films will be presented at the historic Texas Theatre at various showtimes…

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Make a Film in 24 Hours!
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Make a Film in 24 Hours!

The 11th Annual 24-Hour Video Race, viagra presented by The Video Association of Dallas, order will…

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World’s Biggest Art Museum
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World’s Biggest Art Museum

Digital technologies are rapidly changing the world and have already challenged the role and function…

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OCCUPY ART
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OCCUPY ART

Looking towards a Critical Regionalism By Charissa N. Terranova If there ever were a time…

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Editor’s Remarks:  February 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: February 2012

A+C is slow journalism in a world of instant information. We are all about lingering,…

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Editor’s Remarks:  December 2011
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Editor’s Remarks: December 2011

Holy cow, the Incredible Shrinking Middle Class is a horror that even Hollywood wouldn’t touch.…

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Editor’s Remarks:  Dec 2011 + Jan 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: Dec 2011 + Jan 2012

After two weekends of art fair stomping, view one thing became perfectly clear, we live…

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Editor’s Remarks:  November 2011
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Editor’s Remarks: November 2011

Weeds, medical shrimp and strong women all factor into this issue. No, we are not…

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Editor’s Remarks:  November 2011
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Editor’s Remarks: November 2011

The origins of Thanksgiving predate the Pilgrims by at least 2,000 years. After the harvest…

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