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The food is non-fussy but exceptional at this Keller strip-mall eatery.
With trendy chain establishments coming into the 817, you can now order pizzas with or without cheese and with sauces that range from barbecue to alfredo and even — gulp — nacho cheese. Chelsea Pizza, by comparison, is keep...
A bumper crop of theater shows represents your best bet for entertainment this week. For younger audiences, Theatre Arlington puts on an adaptation of Charlotte’s Web for two weekends with a largely youth cast, while Hip Pock...
WED ▪ 3 The Mimir Chamber Music Festival runs this week at TCU. Among the highlights are Prokofiev’s Second String Quartet (subtitled “On Kabardinian Themes,” referring to the mostly Muslim ethnic minority from the nort...
Center for Visual Arts
Cellulose takes center stage at Denton’s Center for Visual Arts. Paper + Wood is a collaboration of wood sculptor Delaney Smith, who makes books that viewers are encouraged to mutilate, and Shelley Scott. The opening receptio...
Despite some setbacks, Ballet Concerto’s annual summer concert was a blast.
During its four-day annual outdoor concert last weekend, Ballet Concerto had to fight through two major setbacks. Usually the company has to worry about only the weather. Too hot, too wet. But this year during set-up week, vand...
Fort Worth native Candy Clark is the Hollywood star next door.
The prospect of visiting her childhood home was making Candy Clark giddy. She sat in the passenger seat while her brother, William Clark, drove toward Chickasaw Avenue in the Polytechnic neighborhood. They’ve always been clos...
Superlative ’cue and fried pies make Baker’s Ribs a destination.
Some food pairings were just meant to be: steak and potatoes, fish and chips, burgers and fries. In Weatherford, Baker’s Ribs has come up with a food combination that’s as unique as it is distinctly Texan: mouthwatering bar...
Confrontation at the Water District
Mary Kelleher was elected just a few weeks ago to the board of the Tarrant Regional Water District, on a platform of demanding transparency from the agency. Last Friday, she found out just how hard that job will be. In a letter...
WED ▪ 26 The Wondercrust Movie Watchers Club returns with another bad movie for the comedy troupe/filmmaking collective Shut Up and Prance to make fun of. Alfonso Brescia’s 1977 science-fiction opus Cosmos: War of the Plane...
A Hiroshima native and TCU graduate, Hiroko Kubo is displaying her enigmatic sculptures at WoCA Projects. She shares the space with The Exchange, an exhibit of prints by members of the collective Bump It Mafia. Epitome a...