Dallas Morning News photographer Nathan Hunsinger and Al Dia staff writer Vianey Alderet in the Mixed Media studio

Dallas Morning News photographer Nathan Hunsinger and Al Dia staff writer Vianey Alderet in the Mixed Media studio

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On episode 18 of Mixed MediaDallas Morning News staff writer Avi Selk joins us to talk about his story that broke the internet involving a Muslim boy, a homemade clock, and handcuffs. Next, we journey into the underground world of #LuchaLibraDallas, the masked-and-costumed Mexican wrestling sport. Al Dia writer Vianey Alderete and Dallas Morning News photographer Nathan Hunsinger talk about what they saw. Dallas Morning News editor Tommy Cummings and Al Dia's Jorge Chavez tell us how this project became a bilingual, cross-departmental piece of journalism. Finally, have we got friends in low places? Yes, and his name is Hunter Hauk. The News' pop music critic explains why Dallas is still obsessed with country superstar Garth Brooks.

Also on the show: Lauren Smart touts The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth's new exhibition, Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic.   Christopher Wynn is going to Saturday night's Design Walk (5 to 9 p.m.) in the Dallas Design District, starting with designer James McInroe's showroom. Hunter Hauk is jamming to Austin band OBN III's new album, Worth a lot of Money and Ryan Adams' cover of Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood." Chris Vognar recommends the upcoming drug cartel thriller Sicario ("hit man") starring Emily Blunt and Benecio Del Toro. Vognar also picked our closing song, David Bowie's "Sound and Vision." 

Avi Selk 

Avi Selk 

Hunter Hauk

Hunter Hauk

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