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Fort Worth Community Arts Center
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A whole bevy of art shows continues this week at Fort Worth Community Arts Center. Cynthia Lewis’ sculptural forms remain on hand, as do Elaine Pawlowicz’ stylized renditions of homes. The most fascinating exhibit, though, ...


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Graduate student art shows always tend to be a mixed bag, but you’ll see some striking pieces at UTA’s M.F.A. exhibit, like the above copper and resin sculpture.



Elegance at Istanbul Grill

This little Middle Eastern establishment is an oasis in bustling South Arlington.
JIMMY FOWLER
Istanbul Grill sits in a tiny storefront space all but hidden in the middle of the overcrowded metropolis of shopping centers that is South Cooper Street in Arlington. It’s clear when you step through the doors, though, that ...


Two Brothers for Excellent Greek

This recently opened restaurant in North Fort Worth is full of high points.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Two Brothers Bistro is located so far north in Fort Worth that it’s almost in Keller. The new restaurant looks predictably sleek, with a gorgeous bay window allowing the place to flood with sunlight, elegant brown and cream w...



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Timpani
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Gallery 76102’s current show, Timpani, takes its whimsical title from the sound of the instrument, with works that build from silence to a deep, rich, all-encompassing sound. Frankly, it’s not how we hear the sound the drum...


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Randall Reid
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Fort Worth native Randall Reid’s mixed-media works make heavy use of distressed materials, frames within frames, and found objects to create abstract studies in texture and color. His show at William Campbell is up through th...



Greetings from Lake Worth

DAN MCGRAW
It was just about dawn on one morning a few weeks ago, freezing cold but with little wind, and Lake Worth was quiet. Joe Waller was up early as usual, standing in his yard near the lake’s edge.


Swift Changes

Story and Photos by STEVE WATKINS
The half-destroyed brick buildings at the top of the rise overlooking the rest of the Fort Worth Stockyards have seen plenty of history. The old Swift and Company meat-packing plant employed 1,700 people during the area’s...



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UTA’s students (and the rest of us) get their periodic look at what their teachers have been up to as the school holds its faculty biennial. More than 40 artists display their work in various media in this show, including...


Tiny Thai

But Chef-owner Thippawan Phasavat’s Hurst eatery is big on flavor.
Jimmy Fowler
There are a couple of things missing from the tiny, family-operated Thai Thippawan restaurant in a Hurst strip mall.