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Big Oil Slapped Fort Worth Silly But Denton Says Put ‘Em Up

Jeff Prince
Remember when natural gas drillers flooded into Fort Worth and relied on oil-rich Mayor Mike Moncrief to push through an industry-pleasing ordinance that put most of the power in the hands of drillers at the expense of resident...


Silk and lace wedding gown, 1874

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Denton's Center for the Visual Arts
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It’s unusual to have a gallery opening event in the morning, but then American Brides is no ordinary show. The exhibit at Denton’s Center for the Visual Arts traces the history of American wedding dresses dating back to the...



Diane Williams’ “untitled”

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UNT on the Square
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It’s not often that gallery openings happen on a Monday, but that’s when UNT on the Square is unveiling its photography show devoted to Diane Williams’ works. The gallery’s other show about horse country has its opening...


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Cracks in the Frack Wall

SHARON WILSON AND CATHY MCMULLEN
If it’s a blessing to live in interesting times, those of us affected by the fracking debate — that is, all Texans — are well and truly blessed right about now. Within the past month, North Texas has seen: •petitions su...



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Compressing Agony

Noise is yet another painful payoff for gas-industry neighbors.
EDWARD BROWN W/ PHOTOS BY LEE CHASTAIN
Charles Morgan chose his home in Buffalo, a little town 70 miles southeast of Fort Worth, for its serene surroundings and solitude. That was 25 years ago, following first a career in the military and then in the Texas criminal ...


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Hangin’, Old School

CHOW, BABY
Chow, Baby used to love the Flying Tomato pizza joint in Denton. The pie wasn’t that great, but it was everything I loved about a college hangout. There was always a band working for tips and pizza, a few obnoxious but harmle...



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“The Kickin’ Chicken” Comes to Denton? Fingers Crossed

JIMMY FOWLER
Who’d have thought? Turns out one person’s delicious spicy condiment is another’s toxic environmental hazard. Obviously, the citizens of Irwindale, CA don’t realize that Sriracha –– manufactured by Huy Fong Foods at...


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Dubstep’s Time?

HEARSAY
For whatever reason, dubstep hasn’t taken off in Fort Worth (or Denton). Dallas is silly with the stuff, but the good ol’ Fort? Not so much. Maybe the Stockyards are to blame. Though we all know better, a lot of North Texan...



Delaney Smith’s “Battlefield”

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Center for Visual Arts
GALLERY
Cellulose takes center stage at Denton’s Center for Visual Arts. Paper + Wood is a collaboration of wood sculptor Delaney Smith, who makes books that viewers are encouraged to mutilate, and Shelley Scott. The opening receptio...


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What’s Local in No-Man’s Land?

HEARSAY
I admit, I’m having a hard time keeping track of which musicians are “Fort Worth-based” and which ones are from Dallas, Denton, or beyond. Even more screwy, I’ve had my ear low enough to the ground to know that some ban...