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1 'The Myth of a Colorblind France': Film Review
2 ‘Myth of a Colorblind France’ Review: Artistry Abroad
3 Film Notes: DocuFest | Video Association of Dallas
4 'Texas in Paris' comes home: the true friendship behind a musical that finds unity across racial barriers
5 Mis Cazuelas' History, Food and Authenticity Draw Dallas' Cultural Power Couple
6 Deeply Personal Debut Miracle Fishing Leads an Impressive DocuFest Lineup
7 How A Music Scholar Finally Completed 'The Blues Come To Texas'
8 MYTH OF A COLORBLIND FRANCE Opens September 25 on Virtual Cinema
9 'Mandibles' ('Mandibules'): Film Review | Venice 2020
10 'Tattoo Uprising': Film Review
11 New movies to stream this week: ‘Oliver Sacks: His Own Life,’ ‘We Are Many’ and more
12 Rare Film Footage of Artist Henry Ossawa Tanner in 1930s Paris
13 ‘Dead’ and ‘The Artist’s Wife’ top this week’s streaming movies at Cleveland Cinemas and Cinematheque
14 South Street Seaport Museum Presents Tattoo History Free Virtual Talk, July 22
15 'Extraordinary Ordinary People': Film Review
16 Film-tastic! Documentaries, short films peer into cowboy culture
17 The Museum of Street Culture Takes a Ground-Level Look at Dallas Arts
18 Meet Dallas’ Kaleta Doolin, a quiet titan for the recognition of women artists
19 Exploring the Bizarre Cult of Ink in 'Tattoo Uprising'
20 How Lightnin' Hopkins Came Back
21 Programming Note: Dallas Blues History at the Texas Theatre Tonight
22 Things to Do: Read The Blues Come to Texas
23 A Sweeping History of Texas Blues Celebrates Little-Known Musicians
24 The Beat Hotel: Film Review
25 Emory commemorates Juneteenth
26 The Cultural History Of Tattoos, Explained
27 Shy Guy's Grandfather Invented Fritos, But His Destiny Was Making Music
28 Edward Burtynsky and a bigger Discoveries section at Photo London 2018
29 Groundbreaking German Artist Celebrated in Dallas: $100,000 and Nasher Moments
30 Tattoo History in the United States—How They Became a Thing
31 Eric Clapton and Dallas' Place in Blues History
32 ‘You Don’t Need Feet to Dance,’ a Documentary on Sidiki Conde
33 Texas in Paris
34 The Swashbuckling Origins of One of America's Greatest Tattooers
35 Century-Old Tattoo and Flash Ephemera at the South Street Seaport Museum
36 Josephine Harreld Love, pianist and devoted arts advocate
37 You Don't Need Feet to Dance: Film Review
38 Homeward Bound
39 Akiń Babatundé to Star as Blind Lemon Jefferson in New Musical Lonesome Blues
40 Ed Hardy Changed Tattooing Forever
41 Study Up For 'Think': The Dallas Music Scene From The 1920's to the 1960's
42 The South Street Seaport Museum Announces GOTHAM AND GUS WAGNER
43 Visiting the Mary Ellen Mark Exhibit at the New Museum of Street Culture in Downtown Dallas
44 Historic 508 Park Makes Debut After Decades Of Quiet
45 Remembering Mack McCormick
46 Five years in the making, The Museum of Street Culture will finally open in downtown Dallas
47 Winston-Salem’s Tattoo Archive: Telling The Story Of Time Through Skin And Ink
48 Restoration of Historic 508 Park Building Takes Big Step Forward
49 The Museum of Street Culture Finds a Collaborator in the Designer of Paris' Louvre Satellite
50 In Memoriam: Undermain's Katherine Owens, Theatre Visionary
51 Someone Stole The Central Track Historical Marker Sign.
52 New Museum of Street Culture in downtown Dallas cements first exhibit
53 Exciting acquisitions inspire artful celebration at SMU's Meadows Museum
54 Holiday Volunteering In North Texas: A Quick Guide
55 Best and Worst Events of the Dallas Arts and Culture Scene, 2017
56 Joe T. Garcia's Is a Fort Worth Institution — But Is It Still Worth the Trip?
57 Downtown Dallas' Museum of Street Culture opens with groundbreaking show
58 Katherine Owens, 1957-2019
59 Norma Miller, The Queen of Swing Remembered | The Syncopated Times
60 Step into Dallas’ historic 508 Park building, now becoming Encore Park
61 Director doesn’t just cope with revival, he relishes it
62 Dromgoole: Crossword puzzle book has TX theme, TX music history
63 The 10 Best Dallas Music Documentaries
64 Plans for Dallas' Museum of Street Culture include taming the very street it celebrates
65 Paul Oliver, Pre-eminent Authority on the Blues, Dies at 90
66 The Story Behind John Jeremiah Sullivan’s Times Magazine Cover Story
67 Norma's Celebrates 60th Anniversary with 1950s Prices
68 The Hidden Half of an East Texas Town
69 Tattooing in the Civil War Was a Hedge Against Anonymous Death
70 On Photography: The Cadence of Life, Through the Lens
71 Two Texas Bluesman and Tom Moore's Farm
72 Stage West's 'An Octoroon' underscores how far we've come — and still have to go — with racial equity in theat
73 Faith, Hope, Charity, and Cabaret
74 Theater Listings for Feb. 27-March 5
75 Edward Lycett, Designer for Faience Company, Brooklyn
76 Local blues musician Ashton Savoy dies at 80
77 Knights' Tale
78 A $2 million gift for Museum of Street Culture that's taking root in Dallas' historic 508 Park Ave.
79 Anne Morgan of New York found her calling in war relief
80 New York Love Affair with Tattoos Explored in Museum Exhibits
81 Theater Listings for Feb. 20-26
82 Marty Stuart's Photo Book of Country Music Elites Tops Latest Music Books
83 Fall 2017 Movie Release Schedule
84 David Brown
85 Fair Park hasn't always been fair to everyone, and it's time Dallas finally tells that story
86 Oh, Brothers!
87 The Reader's comprehensive-ish film review index | Movie Feature
88 The 2017 holiday sneaks list includes blockbusters like 'Justice League' and 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'
89 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' now on DVD, Blu-ray (review)
90 Resurrecting the Oak Cliff building that was once home to the biggest gospel publisher in the world
91 Eighty years later, the stories told by ex-slaves in Dallas still sting
92 In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'mother!,' 'American Assassin' and More