As we head into the weekend, it’s time to start preparing for the Game of Thrones episode 3. In episode 2, things really started to heat up, and we can only expect the pace to increase.
This week Falchion sat down with Jeffery Wall, Chair of the Department of Music and Director of Choral Studies at Northeastern State University to discuss his newest project – Vox Solaris – a new chamber choir “dedicated to singing excellent music excellently.”
Two of the leading supporters and institutions of music in Dallas, the Old 97s and Homegrown Music & Arts Festival, have combined forces to once more bring to us County Fair. They have assembled a powerful lineup which includes Lucinda Williams, The Gordon Keith Band, The Jayhawks, and R&B legend and civil rights activist Mavis Staples.
Up and coming Dallas rock band, Cinema for the Blind, dishes on their new publications contract, growing up with music, and where they’re headed next. You know, typical stuff for teenagers.
Local Fort Worth artist Kim Jackson sits down with Falchion for an exclusive interview, Guest at the Pub series.
It was an incredible performance. Incredible, and memorable. Memorable for Gaga’s space suit that came right out of a B-movie sci-fi flick from the 80s. Amazing for the Cirque de Solei-like acrobatics.
Coming of Age Under Martial Law (named 2016 Outstanding Academic Title by CHOICE) is а fascinating, in-depth examination of some 30 Polish novels written by the ‘89ers, a generation of writers whose coming of age coincided with the fall of Communism in Poland, and who had to quickly adapt to capitalism and western style democracy.
Carrie Fisher has died. It is a big blow, coming as it does at the end of a year that has seen so many wonderful talents depart this earth. She was 60.
Can futurism, technology, and biology be used together to conquer physical death? The Holy Grail. Humanity’s oldest quest. Immortality. Is it possible? The question has been out there for as long as humans have been conscious and could conceptualize and dream of an afterlife. But perhaps this question — the one regarding the possibility of everlasting physical life — has finally been answered. Maybe there is a new question to ask: are we on the cusp of finally attaining it? Could it actually be possible, that in as little as a generation or two, humans will be living for as long as they want within a…
The Texas sun was bearing down on us the day we jumped in to the Guadalupe, a cooler of beer tied to each of our inner tubes. Back when I was in high school, a friend and I had just come down from Dallas after hearing about the then growing trend of floating down the Guadalupe River on an inner tube. We thought this was somewhere near the top of the best ideas ever, and decided not to waste another moment—we headed to Austin to give it a try. I was happy to be free and to live in the moment, to enjoy the experience for what it…