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Fort Worth Owes Thanks To Former Mayor For ESPN Love

Jeff Prince
A former mayor deserves a pat on the back for all the hoopla in downtown Fort Worth this week. ESPN is making Sundance Square its base camp leading up to the College Football National Championship game at AT&T Stadium in Ar...


Dancer LeAnn Benjamin performs in a hallowed museum’s exhibition space in National Gallery at the Modern. See Friday.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 7 Much like their male counterparts, the TCU women’s basketball team is prospering this year. Unfortunately, so is everybody else in the Big 12, so even though the Lady Frogs are 8-4 at this writing, they’re near th...



Bea’s “Through the Woods”

Gallery

GALLERY
Fort Worth’s first new art exhibit of 2015 is Songs From the Shadows, a collection of 25 watercolors painted by dementia patients in the North Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. The reception is 6-9pm Fri.  


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Marinating in Creamy Melodies

HEARSAY
Big props to Chingalotus. Vocalist/bassist Charles Marchbanks, vocalist/guitarist Denver Williams, and drummer Josh Garcia definitely have a lot of chutzpah. Their newish sophomore album basically puts the listener inside the a...



Unger: “The reason I love [this group] is because there’s no ego here.” Allyson V. Williams

On the Flipside

No chords, no problem for this Fort Worth/Dallas jazz trio.
EDWARD BROWN
Flipside has had the same lineup for 12 years, but there’s little else about the jazz trio that can be called predictable. At a late-night gig at Scat Jazz Lounge in November, Flipside bassist Paul Unger began a hard-swinging...


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Fort Worth Nightlife for Bucks and Ducks

LAST CALL
On Monday the first college football championship of the post-BCS era will be played in Arlington at JerryWorld, which means that a bunch of out-of-towners will be here, presumably from Oregon and Ohio. While I’m tempted...



Arnett: “You never knew what you might find.” Jeff Prince

Fees Kill the Flea Market

After four decades, no more deals at the Cattle Barn.
JEFF PRINCE
For four decades, visitors to Fort Worth’s longest-running flea market could find baseball cards, straight razors, Beanie Babies, 45-rpm records, and a thousand other cool items that had fallen out of favor with the general p...


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Best Of Culture 2014

FORT WORTH WEEKLY STAFF
Solo Dance Performance (Female) Critic’s choice: Carolyn Judson Judson continues to blossom into one of Texas Ballet Theater’s leading ballerinas, giving memorable opening-night performances as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet an...



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That’s Fan Food in the Fort

CHOW, BABY
Every once in a while, the eyes of the world focus on us: that Super Bowl in Arlington not long ago, the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, my upcoming wedding. And by “us,” I mean Fort Worth, the 16th-largest cit...


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Grinch on the Grill

CHOW, BABY
Kids and restaurants often don’t mix well. I’m not talking about the ubiquitous, screeching litters of crumb-crunchers smearing their gooey little hands on the sneeze guards at Cracker Barrel. If you go to a place like that...