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Music and a Movie

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 20th, 2011

Hi, M.D. here…

I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into last Thursday night when I went to the first of three monthly series presented by D Magazine’s Front Row called “Dallas, Outlaws, and the American Dream”.

Bonnie and ClydeBringing together the best of both worlds; signature films that feature a subversive outlaw portrayal with a North Texas connection, along with a local music artist who happens to explore similar themes in their own lyrical presentation. On this particular evening, we’re pleased to present talented Dallas-based singer-songwriter Miles Penhall performing early in the front gallery space, and then the film “Bonnie and Clyde” will screen shortly thereafter inside the main showroom.

The themed evening was quite intimate, just as the Kessler always is, even when it is packed (which this particular evening it wasn’t) there is a close ambiance about the theater. This was a great idea of an evening that included great music and a classic movie. Read the rest of this entry »

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“Dallas, Outlaws, and the American Dream”

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 14th, 2011

DALLAS, OUTLAWS AND THE AMERICAN DREAMThis Thursday (June 16th), D Magazine’s FrontRow proudly presents a new monthly series called “Dallas, Outlaws, and the American Dream” at the Kessler Theater. The evening will include both music and a feature presentation. The signature film “Bonnie and Clyde” features a rebellious outlaw portrayal with a North Texas connection.

The Kessler is pleased to present talented Dallas-based singer-songwriter Miles Penhall performing early in the front gallery space, and then the film will start shortly thereafter inside the main showroom.

Doors open at six, Miles Penhall starts at seven, the film starts at eight.

You can purchase tickets here.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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The upcoming 11th edition of the Dallas International Film Festival, or DIFF, opens March 30 and runs through April 9 for 2017. The festival will celebrate the year of 1967 with a salute to films from that year and we’ve got the full schedule here.

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BRYAN’S BLURAY/DVD PICKS FOR THE LAST WEEK OF APRIL!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Apr 26th, 2011

Hi Bryan Here….

A pretty good week for releases which includes CHAWZ plus some other goodies.   As usual, in this article, you will get some info about the disc and the extras that come with the movie as well as a personal opinion about the movie and a link to purchase the film over at AMAZON where you can save quite a bit of money, and it will give a small percentage kick back to this site so we can continue bringing you excellent stories and sales.

Enjoy and Here We Go!!

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Weekend Events in the Metroplex Take 2

by Gumbercules9000 on Sep 10th, 2010

At the Inwood theatre in Dallas this weekend, the midnight showing will be “Xanadu”.  The showing will be Friday and Saturday night at midnight.  Maybe you can sing a long with the movie.  Inwood theatre is on Lovers Ln. and Inwood Rd. in Dallas.

One of the better bands of this decade will be opening up for Dave Matthews Band on September 11 at Coca Cola Starplex or now known as Super Pages.com Center.  (Fuck I hate that name.)  If you have not heard Black Joe Lewis, head HERE and listen and get their album.  See them if you get a chance.

This Friday and Sunday at the Ballpark in Arlington, The Texas Rangers will be playing the New York Yankees.  Friday’s game starts at 6:05pm and Sunday’s game starts at 1:05pm.  Hot Dogs, Beer, Rangers, and the Yankees seems like an excellent time.

This barbecue competition and street festival debuts in Oak Cliff on Sunday the 12th with a nod to famous people who had ties to the Cliff, including bluesmen T-Bone Walker and Stevie Ray Vaughan and outlaws Bonnie and Clyde. The event will include live music and an art show.  One of my good friends Kevin Johns will be competing in the BBQ chicken tournament. Vote for HIM!  Click HERE for more info.

Beginning Sunday, September 12, Central 214 at the Hotel Palomar of 75 and Mockingbird will feature a different Will Ferrell movie each week. Seated on one of the chic outdoor couches in the courtyard with crab stuffed mushroom and your favorite cocktail in hand, you can do nothing but leave lighthearted to prepare for your busy week ahead.

The flicks begin at dusk (After 8 p.m.) each Sunday.  This Sunday will be Old  School.


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