Factors To Help You Identify Authentic Sports Jerseys To Purchase
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Factors To Help You Identify Authentic Sports Jerseys To Purchase

Paul Postma jersey Large apple Jets Previous rank This loss Cincinnati Reds cheap jersey end…

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Midsummer Nights
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Midsummer Nights

If it’s summer in Dallas, discount then it’s time for Shakespeare in the Park, an…

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In Motion
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In Motion

Bree Hafen is young, case energetic, creative, and ready to show the dance world who…

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Engineered to Please
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Engineered to Please

New media. It is the hottest trend in the art world. But what happens when…

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Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop
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Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop

In photography circles, the decades-long debate continues between darkroom and digital. Purists argue that the…

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Jeff Elrod/Jeremy DePrez: Fantasy Island
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Jeff Elrod/Jeremy DePrez: Fantasy Island

Abstract painting has been a significant part of the art world for a century, but…

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artiFACTS:  Summer 2013
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artiFACTS: Summer 2013

Josef Helfenstein, director of the Menil Collection, announced the appointment of Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates…

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Bleeding Love
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Bleeding Love

They say love hurts. In playwright Rajiv Joseph’s love story, search Gruesome Playground Injuries, online…

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artiFACTS:  June 2013
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artiFACTS: June 2013

Robert Simpson, artistic director of the Houston Chamber Choir announced the Choir’s 18th season, Where…

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Flying High
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Flying High

Candied peanuts, cialis popcorn, treat clown cars, viagra 60mg and flying ladies. That’s the circus.…

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Review:  Kirk Hopper Fine Art
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Review: Kirk Hopper Fine Art

Houston artists Karin Broker and Alfredo Scaroina join Dallas sculptor Michael Christopher Matson at Kirk…

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Fit at 15
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Fit at 15

Celebrating its fifteenth season this year, the Festival of Independent Theatres has a unique history…

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Cue the Maestro
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Cue the Maestro

Clarissa Tossin at Window into Houston & Sicardi Gallery
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Clarissa Tossin at Window into Houston & Sicardi Gallery

A common undergraduate exercise for architecture and design students tasks them with going out and…

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Kon-Tiki
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Kon-Tiki

Norwegian adventurer Thor Heyerdahl’s 8,000-kilometer voyage across the Pacific Ocean on the balsa raft Kon-Tiki…

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Mid-Century Melancholia
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Mid-Century Melancholia

Recked Productions Takes to the Pool
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Recked Productions Takes to the Pool

Recked Productions Up For Air Imagine you are strolling around Hermann Park and you notice…

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Priscilla, Queen of the Desert the Musical
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Priscilla, Queen of the Desert the Musical

An Interview with Wade McCollum Wade McCollum as last seen in Dallas as a ripped…

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Dance to the Beat
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Dance to the Beat

When Fela! premiered on Broadway four years ago, cure it re-introduced the music of the…

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artiFACTS:  May 2013
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artiFACTS: May 2013

Join moderator, Jeffrey Grove, the Dallas Museum’s Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art for…

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Creature Comforts, Indoors and Out
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Creature Comforts, Indoors and Out

Andy Coolquitt’s Sculptures and Tableaux Use Urban Materials to Evoke Domesticity Andy Coolquitt has a…

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Review:  Diotima Quartet
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Review: Diotima Quartet

In acknowledgment their commitment to modern and contemporary music, the Diotima Quartet takes its name…

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artiFACTS:  May 2013
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artiFACTS: May 2013

After a successful run in Houston, Henry V, a joint production of Main Street Theater…

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Review:  Roscoe Mitchell with Nameless Sound
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Review: Roscoe Mitchell with Nameless Sound

On March 29th, Roscoe Mitchell’s Houston residency with Nameless Sound came to a joyous end…

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Robert Ruello: Open Other Side
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Robert Ruello: Open Other Side

Visiting Robert Ruello’s third solo exhibition at Inman Gallery, I was reminded of the term…

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Review:  Il trovatore
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Review: Il trovatore

There are two sides to every story, but it’s easy to pick a favorite when…

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Review:  Falstaff
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Review: Falstaff

Send two identical love letters to two married women, and even a lovable scoundrel deserves…

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New Gallery Opens
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New Gallery Opens

Dallas has another new art space in Deep Ellum. Liliana Bloch, the former director of…

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Girls Talk Girls
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Girls Talk Girls

The Mystery of the Lena Dunham Hoopla Revealed or Not It’s public knowledge that I’m…

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Maximum Overdrive
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Maximum Overdrive

Every once and awhile you have to get a little outrageous. Tone down the seriousness,…

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Panoptics
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Panoptics

  Impressive works require sensible aspects that either allure or intrigue, here and a conceptual…

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From Hero to Icon
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From Hero to Icon

The phrase “character actor” might not come to mind when you think of a former…

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My Brother’s Keeper
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My Brother’s Keeper

Bruce Woods Dance Project, cheap Dallas “Between dreams and death, he waited for her homecoming.”…

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Nasher Welcomes Noted Design Critic
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Nasher Welcomes Noted Design Critic

The Nasher Sculpture Center and Dallas Architecture Forum have announced that the chief architecture critic…

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Play On!
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Play On!

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra announced this week their 2013-2014 concert season, a musical exploration…

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Review:  Cocksucker Blues
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Review: Cocksucker Blues

Robert Frank’s Cocksucker Blues is anything but a traditional rock and roll documentary. Frank’s work…

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Cathedral Arts
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Cathedral Arts

Western civilization owes much of its cultural growth to the cathedrals that nurtured and supported…

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Emancipating the Soul
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Emancipating the Soul

Urban Souls Dance Company A line of Congolese villagers dance for healing as their spines…

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Review: John Cage at Hiram Butler Gallery
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Review: John Cage at Hiram Butler Gallery

It goes without saying that John Cage’s reputation as one of the 20th century’s most…

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Elementally Earthen
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Elementally Earthen

Hands reach into the air, imitating the motions of field laborers in daily fruit gathering…

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