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Concerts are back and better than ever.

All those rescheduled shows from 2020 are finally happening! There are so many to see this August at many of Dallas' great music venues that host shows of all sizes. Check out some of the biggest shows happening at our most notable venues this month:. Located in Fair Park, the...
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On Screen/Off Screen: Kate Petley, Lorraine Tady, & Liz Trosper at Barry Whistler

Nominally this is a show of abstract paintings, but the three artists — Kate Petley, Lorraine Tady, and Liz Trosper — seem to be striving to make non-abstractions and non-paintings. A stretched canvas is, of course, a convention, like a stage set. A hundred years ago it was seen as a window; increasingly it’s a metaphor for a screen because that’s what most people look at all day. In the show the artists silently debate, through their painted proxies, how much to reveal of the guts and wiring of this perceptual frame.
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How the Dallas Symphony Orchestra is Using NFTs to Help the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Musicians

A historic collaboration has been transformed into a momentous innovation. On July 28, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) released a three-tiered NFT (non-fungible token) offering on the blockchain, commemorating its pandemic-era concert with members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. The proceeds of the sale will benefit the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra musicians.
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Lorne Liechty, Brad Howard announce release of new book

ROCKWALL/HEATH, TX (July 30, 2021) Lorne Liechty and Brad Howard are excited to announce the release of their new book, which is designed to help readers redefine and reshape their lives through good decision making. According to Liechty, “Your life can be forever changed in a single moment – but more importantly, your reaction to a single moment can forever change your character, your fortunes and your future.”
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Coloring Tuesdays for Adults!

Every Tuesday afternoon, come spend time coloring at the library! Coloring supplies and coloring sheets will be available in the Library Program Room for your creative coloring pleasure! This program is for adults ages 18 and over.
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Music Time with Ms. Joley

Join us if you are 2 months old to 6 years old and have a grown-up making music together with you. This is a sample MusikGarten curriculum family class including choreographed dance, improvised movement, stories, listening, pretending, singing, and instrument exploration. The theme is Summer Seashore. No registration needed.
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David Lowery Goes Medieval in The Green Knight

Hitting theaters this weekend, The Green Knight adapts one of the iconic tales from Arthurian legend from a mature, thoughtful perspective. However, for filmmaker David Lowery, it brought back childhood memories of a 7-year-old boy sword fighting his brother in cardboard armor. “Here I am now over 30 years later...
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Song Of The Day: Moonbeam Machine — “State”

Denton Musician Samuel Janvier’s New Bedroom Indie Alternative Project Waves Goodbye To A Suburban Life Lived In Las Colinas On Its Alluring New Single. Welcome to Song of the Day, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By highlighting one new North Texas-sprung tune every week day, our hope is that you’ll find something new to love about the rich and abundant DFW music scene five days a week.
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How fabled indie Dallas art space Oliver Francis Gallery was reborn, with a twist

The Dallas art scene seemed to be flourishing in the early 2010s. Showrooms flocked to the Design District, influential galleries began attending the newly minted Dallas Art Fair, institutions like the Nasher Sculpture Center seemed to be hitting new heights, and there was a crop of young artists making work and opening DIY spaces all over the city. At the center of this young, cool art crowd was Oliver Francis Gallery, which had become the stuff of Dallas art lore.
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Dallas Indie Rocker Alex Montenegro’s Mellow Debut Is Effortlessly Listenable

Known for big hats and big hair, Dallas has often produced music with a certain glitzy sheen—the polished country pop of the Dixie Chicks, for example. Even the avant-garde sounds of St. Vincent and the weirdo rock of Tripping Daisy and the Polyphonic Spree possess a flair for theatrics. Great Big Wild Oak, the understated but excellent debut album out this week from 26-year-old Alex Montenegro, a.k.a. Skirts, bucks this trend.
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***Tuesday Night Live!!!*** NEW

This summer, join SIM friends for dancing and live music at the Flower Mound Senior Center! Rock out the Senior Center with live music performed by singer, saxophonist, and flutist, Joyce Spencer. Sponsored by Advance Senior Options.