From the my-how-time-flies category: James McMurtry, who plays a solo show at McGonigel's Mucky Duck Saturday, marks a quarter-century as a professional musician this year. He began his career in the late '80s by gaining recognition at songwriting events associated with the Kerrville Folk Festival, ... More >>
Imagine a bill where California country-rockers the Byrds are the opener on a four-band bill. On October 5, 1969 at the Sam Houston Coliseum, Roger McGuinn and company twanged and pounded their way through a set that included most of their hits including "You Ain't Going Nowhere," "Mr. Tambourine Ma ... More >>
Moving photos at The Menil Collection make us yearn for more.
Wear an unimaginably big turtleneck insteadHippies. Proof that anything can become nostalgic. We're nit sure kids in the `60s dressed up like Roaring Twenties flappers -- although, judging from what we posted recently, it would be an improvement -- but people today apparently try to dress up ... More >>
And why don't more Mexis appear on television news talks shows?
The Sundance Film Festival kicks off this week in Park City, Utah. The venerable fest enters its 33rd year with many once again questioning the organizers' commitment to independent film. Recent incarnations have debuted underground fare from art houses like Fox Searchlight and Sony Pictures ... More >>
Call hell-raiser Hunter S. Thompson's style what you will — a new doc succeeds when saluting his substance
Source pays homage to Kerouac and company
February 25 - March 3, 1999
April 16 - 22, 1998
Zocalo Theater takes its act on the long and winding road
The didactic Priest is an overheated but honorable melodrama