Michael Lee grew up listening to the blues and started playing guitar at 12. He has now advanced to the live rounds on NBC’s ‘The Voice,’ surviving a knockout round so close that it was decided by a coin flip.
Rapper Kanye West was seen at the Modern and the Kimbell on Saturday, and visited a Fort Worth gun range. UPDATE No. 2: Dallas media report more Dallas stops — and maybe have the answer to why he was in DFW.
The 1930-vintage Hollywood Theater screened “Gone With the Wind” and co-hosted a Gary Cooper world movie premiere emceed by Bob Hope. But the 1,800-seat theater has been sealed away for decades at 410 W. Seventh St.
“Big Camera/Little Camera” is photographer/filmmaker Laurie Simmons’ first comprehensive retrospective spanning four decades of work. The show is open through January 27 at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Like an early version of a bad online review, noted American artist Frederic Remington wrote home about sleeping in a “little hen coop” of a Fort Worth hotel where “the mosquitoes like to have eaten me up.”
The Ryan Gosling film, opening this weekend, is about Neil Armstrong’s lunar landing in 1969, but the director didn’t show astronauts planting the American flag on the moon so the president is boycotting it.
While promoting the new Hollywood film about their father’s most famous mission, the two sons of late astronaut Neil Armstrong explain and defend the need for President Trump’s ambitious proposed Space Force.
Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga’s haute couture dresses are on exhibit in Fort Worth, Texas, Kimbell Art Museum until January. Fashion lovers will see the architectural details of black suits and gowns.
Curator Jennifer Casler Price of the Kimbell Art Museum gives us an insider's view of the "Balenciaga in Black" exhibition of more than 100 garments created by iconic Spanish couturier Cristobal Balenciaga.
An interactive art exhibit called the loop opens at Burnett Park in Fort Worth. The exhibit, described as a "cross between a music box, a zoetrope and a railway handcar", lets visitors turn pictures into fairy tales.
Kevin Hart, who was in Dallas to promote new movie “Night School,” is regarded as his generation’s Bill Cosby. Hart says he is aware audiences are watching and he doesn’t want to hurt the way they see him.