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The Nasher Sculpture Center's Soundings series presents famed, Beat Generation poet Allen Ginsberg's dynamic, poetic cry Howl, narrated against the backdrop of Lee Hyla's string quartet, and William Sharp and the Brentano String Quartet. The tenor saxophone quartet, Battle Trance will join, bringing genre-defying work with Travis Laplante's Palace of Wind.
Join Texas Frightmare for its 11th year in DFW. Presented in conjuction with Fangoria Magazine, this event is sure to be filled with thrills and spooks. This year's special guests include Robert Englund, George A. Romero, Peter Criss, Matthew Lillard, and David Arquette, among others.
Denton is known for its music, and this event, put on by the Denton Festival Foundation Inc., is free, so what could be better? The lineup includes the UNT One O'Clock Lab Band, an ensemble that has been part of UNT's Jazz Studies program for 68 years. Grammy-nominated artist Patrice Rushen will also be featured, along with The Flatlanders, and Brave Combo.
The celebrity writer is a dying breed, but this mild-mannered humorist is a rock star to anyone who’s needed something funny from the airport bookstore. He’ll read from his most recent essay collection, Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls, at this off-the-cuff discussion, and is set to share some unpublished material for the true Sedaris diehards.
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