Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Allie Pohl’s “Untitled”

Gallery

UNT on the Square
GALLERY
The cultural and artistic history of Iran is not only rich but also unique, owing to the country’s origins as a non-Arab, non-Muslim society. Despite an oppressive government and continued political upheavals, it continues to...


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Third Annual Visionary Awards

ANTHONY MARIANI
Lauren Cross Lauren Cross is new to Fort Worth, but the Houston native is already making an impact. Along with creating multimedia art (more on that later), she is founder, curator, and owner of WoCA Projects, a new gallery and...



A Bright New Boise plays at Circle Theatre, Mar 21-Apr 13.

My Own Private Idaho

BIG TICKET
Circle Theatre continues to keep our theater scene fresh and relevant, opening the quietly disquieting A Bright New Boise this week. Samuel D. Hunter’s play, which debuted in New York in 2010, takes place entirely in the brea...


Day

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 13 No matter where you live, chances are you’re in a zone for earthquakes, floods, fires, tornadoes, or hurricanes. These are all challenges for architects, so Tommy Stewart comes to Fort Worth Center for Architecture...



The Lone Star Nationals at Texas Motor Speedway, Fri-Sun.

I’m Out

BIG TICKET
Lots of organizations are taking advantage of the warmer weather to put on events to get you out of the house and ready for the upcoming season. If you’re looking to restock your wardrobe for spring and summer, the Dallas Vin...


Letters

Dear Editor

JOHN Q. READER
Legalize It To the editor: Hey, I just wanted to say thank you for Jeff Prince’s story “Buying American” (Jan. 23, 2013). Marijuana legalization is a hot topic these days, and the material presented was excellent, featuri...



Call

Once More to the Nerdcore Show

LAST CALL
I think there comes a point when, if you’ve consistently been under the influence of various intoxicants for awhile, you have to stop the party wagon for a moment and ask yourself, “Whoa! Am I fucked up, or is that Sonic th...


chow

Diving for Dumplings

CHOW, BABY
Not all small-town mom-and-pop restaurants are created equal. Chow, Baby is often guilty of romanticizing such joints. I can’t help it. I just imagine that some nice family is living out their restaurateur dream: Grandma is i...



Hearsay

Closing the Lid on Box of Rock

HEARSAY
I’m guessing that not many local, original musicians listen to mainstream classic rock on a regular basis. I don’t think I’ve ever heard any of them say, “Yeah, I was listening to Lone Star Ninety-Two-Five the other day...


Van Cliburn won the inaugural Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow in 1958, a year after the Soviet Union launched Sputnik and seemed to be at a distinct advantage.

Van Cliburn (1934-2013)

The tall, skinny Texan leaves an indelible mark on local culture.
LEONARD EUREKA
Fort Worth took a double whammy last week with the passing of Van Cliburn, the iconic pianist for whom the Cliburn International Piano Competition is named, and major arts patroness Nancy Lee Bass, whose name, along with that o...