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UNT Art Gallery
Contemporary Mexican art is the theme at UNT Art Gallery. The current show there features video art, photography, sculpture, and painting about shared memories of Mexico City, celebrating the place’s size, sprawl, and habit o...
“I have a tiny world to save,” says the hero of the Scott Pilgrim graphic novels as he loses himself in a video game. His words can apply to a bunch of events going on this weekend.
We don’t have a great deal of information on the current show at the Firehouse Gallery, other than that it features paintings, acrylic, and mixed-media works by Denise Cooper, Brad DeMeurisse, Carrie Hunt, and David Lawrence.
In the shadow of Cowboys Stadium, fresh Vietnamese fare flourishes.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Arlington is not short on Vietnamese restaurants. There are several authentic places in South Arlington alone. And then there’s Sprout’s Spring Roll and Pho in North Arlington near Cowboys Stadium. The sleek avocado-and-bro...
WED ? 26 The end of May means the Crowne Plaza Invitational, and with Tiger Woods nursing a sore neck and bruised public image (not that he ever played our city’s tournament anyway), Masters champion and new favorite PGA golf...
WED ? 21 It’s a fair distance between Granbury and Grapevine, but Texas Family Musicals will be traveling it by bringing Granbury Opera House’s production of There Will Be No Sad Songs to the Palace Theatre in Grapevine. Th...
WED ? 10 Essential viewing for anyone who likes their movies completely insane, Sukiyaki Western Django is a Western by Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike, who wrote the script in English and then hired non-English-speaking Japan...
North Texas teachers turn a dark story into a funny movie.
Bart van Bemmel talks quickly, and I’m not sure whether that’s how he usually rolls or whether it’s because he’s eager to tell me about his film project during his 50-minute free period. (It’s prob...
Other than the annual Bertha Coolidge show, there’s little to zero jazz fusion in the Fort. I guess most local musos are too time-strapped (or lazy) to spend the time rehearsing to get the inherently complex music right. ...
Heritage counts for a lot in Fort Worth, a town where the Stockyards and the Chisholm Trail, Sundance Square, cowboying, and a Western tradition of friendliness are still parts of the city’s character as much as its world...