Go Behind The Scenes With Modern Family's Stars At The Winspear Opera House.

Not a bad little Tuesday night tonight. Tuesday Night Trash returns to the Texas Theatre with one whopper of a bad movie. In the world of television, actors from the popular comedy Modern Family will be over at the Winspear Opera House taking part in a panel discussion about the show. And another discussion takes place tonight at Dallas Center for Architecture concerning West Dallas' development plans now that Large Marge is open.

Modern Family panel at the Winspear Opera House
Since its '09 debut, Modern Familiy has remained one of the most popular comedy series on television. Tonight, the show's co-creator, Steven Levitan, sits down in a panel discussion with actors Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ty Burrell, Eric Stonestreet, who play Mitchell, Phil, and Cameron on the show, respectively. We guess they'll touch on how Levitan's own family partially inspired the basis of the show.

Sucre at Dada
Earlier this month, Stacy King, the youngest Eisley sister, released her first solo record. Sucre, which also features Stacy's husband Darren King from Mutemath, actually makes some pretty adorable dreamlike pop tunes. The Tontons and Air Review also appear on the bill.

Panel Discussion: The Bridge to Somewhere at Dallas Center for Architecture
Ever since Large Marge opened, it has been a pretty big target for jokes, with many, of course, calling it “the bridge to nowhere.” As our own Blake Panter once pointed out, that's partially due to the city's lack of promotion for West Dallas landmarks. Tonight, David Whitley from Dallas CityDesign Studio and the West Dallas Plan; John Brown, architect for Phil Romano's restaurant incubator Trinity Groves; and Nick Troilo, West Dallas “pioneer” and owner of The Workroom will participate in a panel discussion concerning what will happen to West Dallas now that the bridge is open.

Wes Gordon fall trunk show at Neiman Marcus Downtown
Gordon's designs are known for blending timeless sophistication with a young, modern edge. View his fall fashions today in Neiman's second floor couture salon.

Tuesday Night Trash: Shock 'Em Dead at Texas Theatre
Our favorite weekly event returns post-Dallas International Film Festival with a real winner: A post-porno days Traci Lords stars in Shock 'Em Dead, a straight-to-video horror flick about a nerd who sells his soul for the ability to shred on the electric guitar.

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