Posts Tagged ‘features’
To celebrate the artistic director’s 80th anniversary, TBT danced up a storm.
Ben Stevenson, artistic director of Texas Ballet Theater, turns 80 next month, and the company began celebrating early last weekend with a stunning triple bill at Bass Performance Hall. Classic Combination featured three great ...
The Fort Worth/Denton synth-punk trio has solidified its sound.
There’s something almost serene about Mark Ryan. The thoughtful, direct, soft-spoken 40-year-old frontman/guitarist/songwriter for Fort Worth/Denton’s Mind Spiders carries himself with the confidence of a person who has fig...
Wed 2 - The touring festival may be called Mountainfilm, but it’s devoted to short films that celebrate all parts of nature. This year’s films stopping in Fort Worth include Freddie Wilkinson and Renan Özturk’s Rinpoche ...
The mailbox money that was supposed to arrive monthly for 30 years has dried up in the Barnett Shale.
When the landmen arrived in Fort Worth in 2007, they didn’t promise that every home owner would make a killing from leasing his or her land for natural gas exploration. But they did promise that every house would be getting f...
La Choza Fine Food brings outstanding New Mexican cuisine to Fort Worth.
North Texans’ love for New Mexico runs deep, but the cuisine of the Land of Enchantment is woefully absent from the Fort Worth restaurant scene. True, you can get roasted Hatch chile by the bucketful for a few weeks every yea...
Wed 24 - An ACL tear will keep Megan Rapinoe out of the Olympics this year, but it won’t keep the World Cup-winning U.S. women’s soccer team’s marauding left-winger from holding a training camp this evening for girls ages...
The Amon Carter explores Thomas Hart Benton and the movies.
The Impressionist painters were still around when cinema first appeared on the scene, and over the following decades the new art form slowly convinced people that it deserved to be taken seriously as both visual and intellectua...
Andalous Mediterranean Grill offers some Lebanese greatness, mess hall-style.
Regional variations of Mediterranean cooking produce a seemingly endless variety of slightly different spins on basic staple ingredients –– chickpeas, eggplant, sharp white cheese, and a variety of meats (usually no...
Hightower, Huffer, and Larry Legion have new tunes for your earholes.
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Hightower’s Echo Spring You have to admire the ambition on Echo Spring. The debut album from Hightower, the band-vehicle for 33-year-old Fort Worth singer-songwriter Lindsay Hightower, is a blend of the romping, stomping raun...
These babies play great and also happen to be in excellent shape.
The annual Fort Worth Show of Antiques & Art has been offering everything from old toasters to Victorian furniture to porcelain figures to original paintings for more than 50 years at the Will Rogers Memorial Center. “Ten...