I managed to plow through a season and a half of Revenge in approximately three days. All I can think about are schemes, and how great it feels when they fall into place. Obviously, my schemes are all for good. I purchased three Christmas presents last night, which makes me about 100% better at this holiday planning thing than I was at this time last year, and we’ve got a fun series cooking for FrontRow that I’m really excited about. Stay tuned.
Until then, tonight’s got plenty to keep you occupied. If you haven’t made a trip to the Modern Museum in Fort Worth recently, this is a good evening for it. Why? Artist Jenny Holzer is the featured guest for their Tuesday lecture series. I caught her PROTECT PROTECT exhibit at the Whitney in New York a few years ago (which I really only found out able about thanks to inescapable subway advertisements, honestly) and have been interested ever since. The Modern will unveil a as-yet-untitled new installation of her work (lighted text, running through central gallery) this month, and Holzer will talk a bit about that tonight as well as reflect on her lengthy career. As always, admission is free, and CafÃ© Modern is open for dinner and drinks.
Closer to home, the Magnolia is screening a couple of good films tonight. For one, there’s our Big Movie movie, Singin’ in the Rain. If you’re in a funk and this musical doesn’t life your spirits, I fear you might be a lost cause. The movie theater has also has a copy of Jimi Hendrix’s vaunted 1969 Woodstock concert, which they’re showing it in honor of the 70th anniversary of his birth alongside a newly restored documentary about the road to Woodstock and what it took to get Hendrix as a headliner. This is your last chance to catch it here on a big screen (and in surround sound). And since it’s been far too long since my last visit, I’d want Union Bear for dinner and drinks.
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