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SXFW

Headed to Austin this week? See some Fort Worth music. Or else.
Hearsay
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...


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War on Women

Right-wingers may rue the day they launched their offensive against women’s health programs.
BETTY BRINK
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...



New Old Changes To Star-Telegram

Static
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...


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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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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 ...



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UNT on the Square
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Frank Reaugh lived from 1860 to 1945 and spent most of his years sketching the landscapes of the American Southwest in pastels. UNT on the Square features works by the “Dean of Texas Painters” through the end of this month.


Gloat? Us?

Static
“Blown away” is a pretty good description of how Static’s colleagues at Fort Worth Weekly feel about the rag’s showing in a couple of recent journalism contests, one statewide, one national.



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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Once again, our Gallery item features a color reproduction of an artwork that would lose all its meaning if we ran it in black and white. Bernd Haussmann’s abstract color fields remain up at William Campbell Contemporary Art ...


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Rose Marine Theater
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With Rose Marine Theater hosting a bilingual version of The Vagina Monologues this weekend, that’s a perfect opportunity to drift next door before or after the play and check out the venue’s art show, which features entirel...



The Illusionist: Scots Oui, Oui

A French animation genius returns to the screen at last.
KRISTIAN LIN
Seven years ago, Sylvain Chomet captured the world’s attention with his animated feature film debut The Triplets of Belleville. At the time, many critics including me saw the influence of Jacques Tati, the great mid-20th-cent...


Holiday Getaways

Big Ticket
TCU’s KinoMonda film series is usually a place for foreign fare, but this week they’re taking a break from that to present something local. Tom Huckabee’s road-trip comedy Carried Away is about a young man from Fort Worth...