Arts

In Search of Memory

Gallery
Mark Stephen Smith’s interest in neuroscience guides him as he creates his abstract paintings on wooden panels. The vibrant colors in his works are inspired by his earliest childhood memories and his research into how sou...


Reindeer Games

JIMMY FOWLER
It’s that time of year again. Yuletide kvetches are being sung by a choir of folks worried about the Meaning of Christmas being lost. The refrain is so annoying that it’s become a challenge for anyone who wants to s...



Stirring

JIMMY FOWLER
Who said that nothing’s shocking anymore? Circle Theatre has prepared a spicy holiday recipe to delight and disorient audiences by taking eight attractive, enthusiastic moppets; teaching them dialogue and songs that illus...


Stirring

JIMMY FOWLER
Who said that nothing’s shocking anymore? Circle Theatre has prepared a spicy holiday recipe to delight and disorient audiences by taking eight attractive, enthusiastic moppets; teaching them dialogue and songs that illus...



Not a Hard Shell

Leonard Eureka
For the first time in years, Texas Ballet Theater’s opening performance of the traditional seasonal favorite The Nutcracker last Friday didn’t pack the house. Only about half of the 2,100 seats were occupied. Also f...


Haaa-lelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah

Kultur
Last Sunday at Bass Performance Hall, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra opened the last of a series of performances of Christmas classics with the Copland-ian First Movement from John Rutter’s Gloria – I froze as th...



A Picture’s Worth …

JEFF PRINCE
It’s impossible to come of age in a city as grand and colorful as Fort Worth without falling in love with the architecture and scenery: skyscrapers, mom-and-pop shops, rivers, viaducts, longhorns, stockyards, trains, movi...


Electioneering

Gallery
  The 2008 presidential election is over, but you can still catch the politically themed art show at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts through this weekend. Seven different artists display works in various media that comment on our...



A Picture’s Worth …

JEFF PRINCE
It’s impossible to come of age in a city as grand and colorful as Fort Worth without falling in love with the architecture and scenery: skyscrapers, mom-and-pop shops, rivers, viaducts, longhorns, stockyards, trains, movi...


Haaa-lelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah

ANTHONY MARIANI
Last Sunday at Bass Performance Hall, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra opened the last of a series of performances of Christmas classics with the Copland-ian First Movement from John Rutter’s Gloria – I froze as th...