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Carole Bénitah’s “The Disguise”

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UNT Art Gallery
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Where many galleries opened their new shows last week, UNT Art Gallery waits until this week to showcase photographers from as far away as Brazil, Sweden, Japan, and Russia with works that have appeared in the Houston FotoFest ...


As Pegaso’s namesake enchilada indicates, there’s a whole lot of food here. Lee Chastain

Pegaso: Flying High

In the wilds of Bluebonnet Circle, this fresh Tex-Mex eatery soars.
LAURIE JAMES
It would be easy to assume the new Pegaso Mexican Diner, on Bluebonnet Circle, is just a reconfiguration of restaurateur Monica Greene’s original Pegaso Diner in Dallas, which opened and closed a decade ago. Greene, who has c...



Anna Clyne’s

Three Solos

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Concertos were conceived as a showpiece for one instrument backed by an orchestra, but in 1803 Beethoven came up with the idea of highlighting the piano, violin, and cello in a concerto. By moving a piano trio front and center,...


Fort Worth’s Tony Saladino abstracts one particular historic district in his painting “Fort Worth Stockyards Revisited II.”

The Art of Preservation

“Cowboys and culture” may be suspect, but it’s still relevant.
ANTHONY MARIANI
Beneath the violet glow of dusk and across a dark, empty parking lot, a closed Costco megastore spills funnels of soft white light downward, creating angular, sinister shadows all around. Facing the building on horseback is a m...



Beautiful Knuckleheads is part of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance’s fall series at Sanders Theatre, Fri-Sun.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 3 National Theatre Live rebroadcasts its wildly successful 2012 stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which stars Luke Treadaway (familiar from films like Clash of the Ti...


Wendy Davis

Davis Gets Help

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Not many people gave Democratic candidate Ann Richards a prayer of winning the Texas gubernatorial race in 1990 against the deep-pocketed Republican rancher Clayton Williams. But Richards pulled off a victory and became only th...



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Second Life’s a Stage

Real-world performers are making real-world money in virtual reality.
EDWARD BROWN
Singer-songwriter Matthew Broyles is setting up for a gig. He’s seated in front of a microphone with his playlist at his feet, tuning his acoustic guitar and lightly running through some of the chord changes he’ll be perfor...


Blank-Men's debut recording, the six-song EP Fact or Fiction?, sounds like Devo or The B-52's but is more ragged, more punk.

Blank-Men: New Traditionalists

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Blank-Men aren’t just doing something different. These four Fort Worthians are doing something different well. There’s a strong retro influence in their music, perhaps obviously –– the only thing “new” these days is...



Duell does “cheeseburger rock ’n’ roll” very well.

Kings of the Stone Age

Fuzzy, loud desert rock gets taken to new heights by Duell.
ANTHONY MARIANI
North Texas was covered in snow. It was late February, in the thick of the blizzard. Forrest Barton dragged himself from the cozy confines of his Haltom City retreat to the nearest liquor store to buy some beer and a bottle of ...


Mary McCleary’s “Take a Boat to the Land of Dreams”

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The Gallery at UTA
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You can get a jump on Gallery Night’s festivities by attending the opening reception for Mary McCleary and Andrea Rosenberg. UTA’s exhibit to open the semester features McCleary’s collages and Rosenberg’s drawings, and ...