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David Courcheron plays with FWSO’s Classical Masters Festival. Photo by Jeff Roffman.

Mostly Mozart

Fort Worth Weekly
We all know classical music as what’s traditionally played in the concert hall as opposed to clubs or stadiums, but Classical music (with a capital “c”) is specific to Western music written in the 18th and early 19th cent...


Trey West, Shannon Garcia, and Ben Phillips live it up in the south of France in Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 26 - If you’re missing Schubert as one of the FWSO’s Classical Masters (see: sidebar), you can come to UNT, whose music school kicks off another semester with pianist Gustavo Romero. He’ll be playing Schubert’s pian...



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The Podcast Movement

More than 1,100 people piled into Fort Worth for a convention in July. You didn’t hear?!
JONNY AUPING
“I’d like to thank the Academy.” One hand nervously in his pocket, the other gripping the podium, Danny Peña looked down at a room full of his fans, his peers, and over a thousand people who, when they finished feting hi...


Jeffcoat (left) and Allred had no background in politics before co-founding Fort Worth for Bernie Sanders.

Bern-ing Love

Fort Worth for Bernie Sanders is about more than just one U.S. presidential candidate.
Edward Brown
Thanks to Citizens United and lax rules governing political action committees, we all might as well get comfy and enjoy another seven-times-70 years of wealthy donors’ inserting themselves into U.S. politics. But Sky Allred a...



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New Local Music

New albums from Tungsten Wake, Mountain Kid, and two leading local classical giants lead this week’s hit parade.
Steve Steward, Kristian Lin, Edward Brown
Tungsten Wake’s Tungsten Wake As I plunged my brain ears-first into the crystal-clear heavy alt-rock world shimmering inside Tungsten Wake’s six-song eponymous debut, it occurred to me that it’s not often you hear funk ba...


Clear Acid’s approximately 30-minute set flooded the space with torrents of distortion and reverb.

Welcome, 1912 Club

Steve Steward
As far as I know, the people who run the seminal all-ages venue 1919 Hemphill are cool and non-judgy about whatever funtoxicants a person enjoys everywhere else. It’s just that 1919 is committed to being a safe place for mino...



Horseshoe Hill’s menu features some of Chef Grady Spears’ greatest hits. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Climbing Horseshoe Hill

Chef Grady Spears goes back to his delicious roots.
JOSIE VILLA-SINGLETON
Apart from a couple of spots, the Stockyards isn’t known as a dining destination. Most natives obligingly visit the historic area on the North Side to entertain curious out-of-town guests or do some boot scootin’ at Billy B...


Photo by Jeff Prince.

Stockyards Shorty

Does anyone know what’s going on with Majestic Realty’s proposed $175 million deal for the historic area?
Eric Griffey
Fort Worth’s growth has spurred development at the speed of the Game of Thrones theme. Natives have marveled at new shops, houses, restaurants, hotels, and apartments that have sprung up in areas like West 7th, South Main Str...



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Is Art Worth It?

Fort Worth is getting better at supporting middle-class artists but still has a long way to go.
CHRISTOPHER BLAY
corrected: Aug. 19. It’s the middle of summer, and most summertime exhibits at the museums and galleries are about to come down. Artists have retreated to their studios to create new works for the fall, so now is the perfect ...


Children

CASA: Helping Children but Needing Help

As Tarrant County leads the state in child-abuse cases, this volunteer-centric nonprofit tries to keep up.
Edward Brown
Mick Rowland first met them two years ago. A 5-year-old boy and his 7-year-old sister. “The boy was getting abused by his dad, who wasn’t even supposed to [be around] him,” Rowland recalled. “Mom took off and didn’t w...