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Amid gigantic cast, one voice soars - Latonia Moore is an Aïda for the ages

With all the uncertainity in today’s world, it’s comforting to know some things never change. Like here in Texas, we always do it up big. Wedding showers, theme parties, opening nights – we know how to put on a show.


Brilliant author needs mouth washed out with soap, but nails women’s issues

I first heard about Caitlin Moran’s bestselling book, “How to Be a Woman” on National Public Radio. The British columnist was being interviewed by Terri Gross on “Fresh Air.”


Debut novel relies heavily on Shakespeare’s words

Imagine you are one of three sisters. Your father is an English professor at a small college in Ohio. You have a stay-at-home mom who shelved a career to raise her daughters.


Go Down Looking: Jake Rivers comes home, makes good and revists a tragedy

I've been following Jake Rivers and his family since Jim Ainsworth's first book, "Rivers Flow."


Florence and the Machine brings mystical touch to Ceremonials Tour

A Florence and The Machine show transforms whatever venue, even Dallas’ Gexa Energy Pavilion, into a mythical, very English, landscape where darkness looms and crescendos come often. At the center of the experience is Florence Welch, the red-haired siren, always clad in a flowing dress.

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