PADS AND POINTE SHOES: A night’s sleep has done little to erase the memory of Sunday night’s last-second loss to the Giants. But just like Tony Romo has to forget about those three interceptions, we’ve got to try and forget about what might have been. So maybe this story from the Washington Post will help? It makes the case that football is the most artful of sports, comparing its movements to dance. And it makes a pretty good argument. Maybe that’s why football players have done so well on Dancing with the Stars? Jerry Rice made the finals, and our home-town boy Emmitt Smith won a few seasons back. That bodes well for Michael Irvin, who tries tonight to become the second Cowboy to bring home that silly crystal ball.
LOOKING FORWARD TO FALL: Dfw.com takes a unique approach to its fall arts preview. The site asked the leaders of several arts organizations to pick the season’s event that they are most looking forward to. It’s a little like asking them to pick their favorite kid, which makes the responses that much more interesting. And if you missed it earlier this month, be sure to check out Art&Seek’s fall preview.
TWENTY YEARS ON TOP: Anyone who steps foot inside the Meyerson Symphony Center can tell it’s a pretty amazing building. But what exactly about it makes it so great? As the building turns 20, Scott Cantrell examines its features and determines that it is the best modern concert hall in the world. Still haven’t been there? Stop in Sunday for a free open house.