Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Things to do in D-FW for Wednesday: Party like it's doomsday, meet the creator ... - Dallas Morning News (blog)

Wes Cunningham and Amy Acker star in Sironia, which will be screened at the Angelika Dallas.

Looking for something to do on Wednesday? We’ve got you covered!

Sironia: The Dallas Film Society, the Dallas Video Festival and the Angelika Film Center are teaming up for a screening of a film about a world-weary L.A. musician who moves to Sironia, Texas. Director Brandon Dickerson will be on hand and the movie’s star Wes Cunningham, who’s also a singer-songwriter, will perform and answer questions. It’s all part of a series of screenings celebrating Texas film.

Kathy Reichs: The author, who created the Bones TV series and the Temperance Brennan novels that the series is based on, signs her new book, Bones Are Forever. Fun fact: Reichs is a forensic anthropologist in real life. Her daughter, fellow writer Kerry Reichs, will also be on hand to sign What You Wish For.

Yeasayer: The Brooklyn experimental pop outfit hits the House of Blues as it tours behind its latest, Fragrant World. NPR’s Stephen Thompson says that “even when its subject matter plunges into otherworldly thickets of doom, Yeasayer stays sprightly. It makes playful party music for worried minds and uncertain futures.”

Sammons Jazz: The Ed Smith Quartet and the Brad Leali Quartet take the stage for this installment of the cool jazz series at the Sammons Center for the Arts.

Robert Bielsky: Tuvia Bielski was played by Daniel Craig in the movie Defiance. Learn more about how Bielski and his brothers helped save Jews during the Holocaust during an event at the Dallas Holocaust Museum featuring Bielski’s son, Robert Bielsky. is the go-see-do portal of the Dallas Morning News where you can find:

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