Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Jorge Marín’s “Angel Perselidas”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Among the latest uses for the new Sundance Square is as an outdoor sculpture garden. All summer, the city will feature Wings of the City, a collection of nine large-scale bronze sculptures by Mexican artist Jorge Marín. Decide...


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Stiff Resistance

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One of Fort Worth’s oldest graveyards is bustling with enough noise to wake the dead. West of Bryant Irvin Road and just north of I-20, Burke Cemetery once blended into a dense forest of live oaks and brush. Now a large resid...



Klein: “It’s going to work out for the best.” Photo by Jeff Prince.

Store Swap

The Cattle Barn Flea Market has new digs — with A.C., heating, and free parking.
Jeff Prince
In 2010, city leaders implemented parking fees in the Cultural District. A (perhaps intended) consequence was the slow death of the Cattle Barn Flea Market, the city’s oldest bazaar. The market vacated the premises early this...


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Trains Rolled On

Fort Worth may be known as “Cowtown,” but at its heart it’s always been “Railtown.”
Peter Gorman
Sunday morning, last day in May.  The sun had finally beaten back the clouds after weeks of rains, and the city was crisp. The air was clear. Edges of buildings stood out in sharp relief without the usual veil of smog. The rai...



Though the title of Jiri Kylian’s 1991 ballet losely translates into “little death,” an old French euphemism for “orgasm,” there wasn’t really anything sexual or erotic onstage.

Texas Ballet Theater: In Fine Form

Though a tad redundant, Artistic Director’s Choice was Grade-A quality.
Leonard Eureka
Repertory programs showcasing three or four short ballets, with a pas de deux thrown in sometimes for spice, have been the savior of small companies for decades. Little or no scenery and simple costumes keep production costs lo...


This doesn’t look like Chekhov: Stage West’s Vanya & Sonya & Masha & Spike.

Theater Round-Up

Fort Worth Weekly
At Tarrant County’s theater venues this week, the marquee opening looks to be Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, the 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Play. Christopher Durang’s send-up of Chekhov’s dramas takes place in ...



Robots premieres at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s IMAX theater.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 3 - For almost 50 years, Tom Stoppard has been bringing philosophy to the stage in his funny, energetic, intellectually questing plays. His latest is The Hard Problem, a drama about a brain researcher seeking a key to human...


Imponente Pizza & Pasta serves up its namesake pie. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Ristorante Medio

Imponente Pizza & Pasta fails to live up to the translation of its name.
Kristian Lin
Imponente Pizza & Pasta took some finding. This Italian restaurant is located in a huge shopping center at the northwest corner of Jacksboro Highway and Loop 820. There’s a sign pointing motorists to its location, but it...



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Soft and Fuzzy — and Loud

After a lot of heartache, psyche-rockers Year of the Bear emerge with their monstrous debut album.
Steve Steward
A lot of the time, if there is a good garage- or psyche-rock show in town, Year of the Bear is on the bill. They’ve supported Austin’s Ancient River and Oklahoma City’s Stardeath and White Dwarfs multiple times. And now, ...


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Music Awards Are Here

Hearsay
It’s that time of year when we get together and celebrate all of the awesome music –– and maybe even some non-awesome tuneage –– that was pumped out of our fair burgh over the past 365 days or so. And only because som...