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Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown at Artes de la Rosa.


Fort Worth Weekly
Back in 1988, the film version of Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown introduced an unsuspecting world to the sexually fluid, Day Glo-colored artistry of Pedro Almodóvar and the new freedom sweeping Spanish artists after...

Marshall Grain Co. hosts the 7th Annual Pooch Pool Party Saturday.

Poolside with Poochie

Fort Worth Weekly
The good folks at Marshall Grain Co. recognize that pets are part of the family, and they’re inviting community canines and their owners to the 7th Annual Pooch Pool Party. Of course, you can probably bring your kids, too. Th...

The musical 42nd Street runs Tue thru Sun at the Bass Hall.

Next Stop? 42nd Street

Fort Worth Weekly
Remember vintage Broadway musicals with big company dance numbers, extravagant costumes, and powerful vocals? Performers in the musical 42nd Street do. They are getting ready to star in the well-known show’s local premiere at...


Fort Worth’s Fourth

Rowan Lehr
For July 4th, Panther Island Pavilion is offering a free day of live music and tubing, capped off by the largest Independence Day firework show in North Texas. At Fort Worth’s Fourth, we can celebrate our country’s freedom ...

Ballet Concerto holds its annual Summer Dance Concert, Thu-Sun.

Happy Anniversary

Fort Worth Weekly
This weekend brings the 35th edition of Ballet Concerto’s Summer Dance Concert, and the venerable dance troupe wants to make their annual outdoor recital a special occasion. In that spirit, the only work from the established ...

Built to Spill headline Untapped Fort Worth Festival.

More Beer!

Fort Worth Weekly
Somehow it seems appropriate that Built to Spill is headlining a craft beer festival. The Boise indie rock band is the main musical attraction at the Untapped Fort Worth Festival this weekend, and their name makes them as appro...

“Aurora Borealis” is part of the Amon Carter’s Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis.

Parading Around

Fort Worth Weekly
Many people don’t think of African-American artists when they think of the great American abstract painters of the mid-20th century. Norman Lewis, born in Harlem in 1909 to Caribbean parents, made an abrupt turn into abstract...

TBT closes out the season with a trifecta of non-classical pieces at Bass Hall.

Closing the Season

Leonard Eureka
Changing pace from full-length ballets to an evening of three short contemporary works, Texas Ballet Theater ends its season this weekend in Bass Performance Hall with First Looks: the world premiere of Val Caniparoli’s Witho...



Fort Worth Weekly
After an unusually tumultuous season, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra brings its 2015-16 concert season to a close this weekend. Their program is full of crowd-pleasers without even a vaguely unfamiliar piece to meet our ears, bu...


Gold Stars

Fort Worth Weekly
The year is still young, but the most engaging documentary we’ve seen so far is City of Gold. This film by Laura Gabbert (who previously co-directed No Impact Man) is a profile of Jonathan Gold, the Los Angeles Times food wri...