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Gallery Night or TCU football?

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Things were looking good for the Frogs last Saturday afternoon — until the third quarter.


Maverick Comic-Book Artist

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In 2003, a little-known Arlington comic-book artist began publishing a series about a teenager who comes back from the dead to fight evil.



The List

AIAFW gets ready to release its ‘Favorite Building’ survey — you think yours made it? Ours definitely won’t.
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Maybe even more than movies, architecture seems to be the one thing we’re all experts in. Everyone has an opinion, everyone’s ready to share it (whether we want to hear it or not), and everybody else is wrong.


True Grit

As a forthcoming Modern exhibit indicates, there’s little middle ground in contemporary art today.
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Next month, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth mounts a solo exhibit by Ron Mueck, the Australian artist whose hyper-realist figurative sculptures come about as close to defining contemporary art’s purpose as possible.



On Site

Thanks to a web forum, and one crotchety wonk, the architecture debate that won’t die returns. Aggghhhhh!
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In response to one of my recent columns, about the aggressive architecting of Big D (“Alarming Heights,” April 11), the forum at John Roberts’ award-winning FortWorthArchitecture.com lit up.


Loco

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Pantagleize Theatre brings a couple of parents-to-be to life at a crossroads.



Lost in thought and balletic reverie

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To a lot of viewers and critics, the title Lost has become a bad pun on the show itself.


A Lonesome Dove and a Yalid

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Filmmaker David H. Hickey is an oddity in these parts — he generally avoids making movies about dead teenagers.



Horrors in Black and White

Some local filmmakers are ramping up for 2007.
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Up until recently, Ridgmar Movie Tavern showed pay-per-view WWE wrestling matches about once a week.


Cheesy Humor

Local puzzlemaster and prankster Robert McKee spins misplaced pizza delivery orders into comedic delicacies.
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Misplaced phone calls will forever terrorize our homes. For normal people, it’s a nuisance. For Fort Worth’s Robert McKee, it’s manna from the comedy gods.