Posts Tagged ‘features’
Tim Harding, David Lowery, and Devon Nowlin are tops in our annual local-arts celebration.
Here’s a conundrum: How can Fort Worth have such an incredible array of art-related institutions and not be an “art town”? (At least not yet.) Yes, there are arty aspects of the Fort that are the envy of many other, older...
It’s still in limbo, but the Fort Worth filmmaker behind it forges on.
In October 2006, Fort Worth Weekly reported the story of how Fort Worth’s Chad Feehan had scored a huge hit. His slasher flick All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, filmed in Texas, had played to an ecstatic crowd of about 1,400 peop...
OPENING: Delicacy (NR) Audrey Tautou stars in this drama as a French widow hesitating about the romantic interest of a Swedish co-worker (François Damiens). Also with Bruno Todeschini, Mélanie Bernier, Joséphine de Meaux, Pi...
Welp, it’s that time of the year again, when all of your friends go down to Austin and have the most amazing time watching every new band that’s better and cooler than any band you’ve ever seen and partying with the most ...
… to tell the world about itself.
E. R. BILLS
E. R. BILLS
Writer Don DeLillo once wrote that reading poetry makes us conscious of breathing. I can’t imagine a better way to put it. The first time I fell in love, really fell in love, it was not with a girl or a woman. It was with a s...
Artes de la Rosa tackles a Latinized version of Sophocles’ Electra.
Yvonne Duque first encountered playwright Luis Alfaro’s Electricidad –– a contemporary version of Sophocles’ Greek tragedy Electra set in an urban gang milieu –– in an issue of the magazine American Theatre back in ...
Headed to Austin this week? See some Fort Worth music. Or else.
Since the late 1990s, when I first started attending South by Southwest, I’ve complained so much about the annual music festival and conference that you’d think I was talking about some family reunion I’d been forced to g...
Right-wingers may rue the day they launched their offensive against women’s health programs.
In 1980, Dwinna Barker was a divorced mother in Amarillo who had just lost one of her two young children to Reyes syndrome. She had also been laid off from a well-paid job. “After two months of unemployment, I was lucky to fi...
Static has been all aflutter this past week, waiting to see the new changes to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that Executive Editor Jim Witt promised in a column on Nov. 26. Anytime Witt starts talking about innovative changes to...
William Campbell Contemporary Art
This Saturday at 6pm, William Campbell Contemporary Art will celebrate the opening of Open Sky, an exhibition by Joachim Kersten, whose playful abstracted paintings feature some fiery reds and oranges that’ll burn themselves ...