I can't get this song out of my head so here it is for you. An acapella medley of Disney tunes featuring Pentatonix' Kirstin Maldonado (who's from Arlington, Texas).
Fort Worth's Benito's makes this list of the best Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas.
|The states ranked by artsy-ness. Uh oh, Texas.|
How would you like to 3D print your favorite music? Check out solid vibration.
The compact disc, CD. That's still how I buy my music. And when I'm forced to buy an album via download only, I immediately burn it to CD. Even Rolling Stone wonders why we're in a hurry to get rid of the CD.
And therefore Disney's box set of Silly Symphony soundtracks, while interesting to me, won't get bought because it's only available on vinyl or download. Really?
Why music? Peter Gabriel says it stocks our emotional toolbox with which "neglected parts of our personalities can be rediscovered and reconciled."
I know a total of ONE person who'll likely be interested in this database of Fairlight sounds.
Silence? There's no such thing. John Cage and what it means to listen.
|Mom told you to never look at the sun. But I dare you to turn away from this gorgeous high-resolution time-lapse video of the sun.|
Take a test and find out whether you're left or right-brained.
Did I link to this already? Have your beer brewed by a robot with BrewBot.
I almost peed my pants watching Triumph the Insult Comic Dog interview college students about political correctness. "frat boys = rapist americans." The funniest part is the level of discomfort displayed by the students who are either great actors or had no idea what they were in for.
And here's John Cleese telling us how we can't have both comedy and political correctness. "If people can't control their own emotions, then they have to start trying to control other people's behavior."
With film award season upon us, I've been seeing a lot about the nominees in animation. The Annie Awards for 2015 awarded Ed, a film about figure models, with Best Student Film of 2015. The rest of the Annie winners (including Pixar, Pixar, Pixar) can be found here.
|Robert Motherwell, Face of the Night (for Octavio Paz). Currently at The Modern in Fort Worth.|