Twelve handmade aprons selected by curator Joyce Cheney reflect their making during the Great Depression, World War II and into the present day and the self-expression by the women who made them.
Cuban-American artist "LEBO" (David Le Batard) presents a visual guide to the universe using comic strip and other fictive characters, a style he calls "postmodern cartoon expressionism" in an exhibition at the Bradbury Art Museum.
If you think you’re too old or cool or whatever to enjoy Train and The Goo Goo Dolls, feel free to get out and send someone fun, cause you sound like a real plain ol' Jane, told a story about a man who is too afraid to fly so he never did land, if you know what I mean.
Glam metal aficionados know the history: Guns N' Roses formed in 1985 as a combination of two L.A. upstart bands — L.A. Guns and Hollywood Rose (Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, et al). But the Guns members — Tracii Guns, Rob Gardner and Ole Beich — either quit or were fired soon after GNR formed and […]
For this concert, part of South on Main's monthly "Sessions" series, curated this month by Capitol View Studio, Currey performs with a full band, most of whom contributed to "Tarrant County" recorded and engineered impeccably by Capitol View Studio's Mark Colbert: Matt Stone, Whitman Bransford, David Valley and Bart Angel.