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Here are a few of the gems I couldn’t squeeze into my allotted sixty seconds. Enjoy!
The National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame’s ‘Heart of The West Artist Lecture Series: Veryl Goodnight, Joyce Lee, Donna Howell-Sickles’ (Saturday) – Check out these art talks before you head downtown for the 1st Annual Lone Star International Film Festival
‘DFW Diwali Mela 2007’ at Texas Stadium (Saturday) – Sponsored by the DFW Indian Cultural Society, with tasty offerings from local eateries, entertainment for young and old alike, clothing and jewelry vendors, and a massive fireworks display. All hail the mighty Hanuman!
Denton Community Theatre presents ‘The Trial of Goldilocks’ at The Campus Theatre (Friday and Saturday) – Watch Goldilocks try to worm her way out of this one
‘Cine de la Rosa: Ahi Esta el Detalle’ at the Rose Marine Theater (Sunday) – Celebrate the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema with a free screening of this Cantinflas classic
Junius Heights Historic District Home Tour & Arts & Crafts Bazaar’ (Sunday) – If your heart goes all fluttery at the sight of Craftsman homes, this one’s calling your name
‘R.U.R. (Rossum’s Universal Robots)’ at the UTD Theatre – Originally produced in 1921, Czech playwright Karel Capek’s cautionary tale of technology turning on its creators gets a faithful re-creation from UTD’s Thomas Riccio at the director’s helm, and award-winning set designer Dale Seeds. Through November 18th
Gig-goers delights – Saturday: ‘Hip Deep Music Festival’ at the Hip Pocket Theatre, The Evens (featuring Ian MacKaye – Fugazi, anyone? – and Amy Farina) at The Public Trust, Paul Oakenfold at the Lizard Lounge, Albert & Gage at the Crossroads Coffeehouse & Music, ‘Cliburn at The Modern’ with Richard Danielpour, Deke Dickerson at the Silverleaf. Sunday – ‘Mu Phi Epsilon Sunday Concert Series: Dallas Renaissance Ensemble – The Music of Heinrich Schutz’ at the Dallas Public Library, A Hard Night’s Day at The Tipperary, The Earl Brothers Bluegrass Band at Arts Fifth Avenue