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Most Weekly readers surely know that Texas art is no longer confined to cowboys and bucolic landscapes. Still, most art in local galleries is derived from either European or Mexican traditions. North Texans who want to see art ...


Movies and Mimir

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The Mimir Chamber Music Festival returns once again to restore intimacy and rigor to Fort Worth’s classical music scene after the Concerts in the Garden. This year’s event features a few new musicians and the same mix of fa...



10 x 10

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If the Amon Carter Museum really wanted to draw a crowd to its latest exhibit, 100 Great American Photographs, the word “great” in the title would have been “greatest.” Nothing stirs debate like a list of things called ...


Lewis and Snark

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To be active in American politics is to be angry. Liberals and conservatives are angry at each other all the time, for reasons we won’t go into here. But what about the angry center? Who speaks for the moderates, who hate the...



An American in Limbo

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Almost 70 years after his death, George Gershwin occupies a curious place in classical music. Widely acclaimed in his own time and for some decades afterward, the master of both popular song and concert-hall music has fallen in...


Tagalog Afternoon

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une 12 marks the 108th anniversary of the Philippines being ceded by Spain to U.S. control and is a national holiday in that country. This weekend, there will be an early Philippine Independence Day Celebration in Euless. To ma...



New Name, Same Notes

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Every year, the TCU/Cliburn Piano Institute holds a month’s worth of recitals to give classical music lovers a way to get out of the heat. This year is somewhat different, though, as the educational institution and the concer...