Posts Tagged ‘month’

City Grants a Reprieve

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Last month, Fort Worth Weekly told readers about Sharon Baker’s battle to repair her crumbling Eastside home (“Seeking Shelter,” Dec. 21, 2011). In 1964, she saw her mother and father shot to death there. Since then she...


Modeo Fund-raiser

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In celebration of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month (November), some upstanding young citizens have banded together to throw a party at The Where House to raise awareness of men’s health issues in general and raise funds for re...



Milk of Aggie Kindness

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Gov. Rick Perry, the guy who routinely tells Washington to shove it, refuses federal money out of principle, fantasizes about seceding from the union, and never met a death row inmate he didn’t want to help into the hereafter...


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Firehouse Art Gallery
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Firehouse Art Gallery’s September show continues this week, showcasing works as different as Joyce Martin’s specimen case-like objects, Brenda Benson’s glassworks, and Pam Stern’s clay sculptures. Unlike the other Galle...



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UNT on the Square
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Frank Reaugh lived from 1860 to 1945 and spent most of his years sketching the landscapes of the American Southwest in pastels. UNT on the Square features works by the “Dean of Texas Painters” through the end of this month.


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Fort Worth Community Arts Center
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Not only is the Fort Worth Art Dealers’ Association’s Selections exhibit going on this month at Fort Worth Community Arts Center, but on Tuesday the 19th you can also go there to catch a discussion on the role of public art...



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Gallery 76102
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Gallery 76102’s first-ever juried competition is called 897 Square, after the square mileage of Tarrant County.


A Camp Called Home

Tents in the woods are home to a few hundred folks but a headache to others.
SARAH ANGLE AND PETER GORMAN PHOTOS BY BYRD WILLIAMS IV
Awell-worn footpath leading through a patch of weeds into a large stand of trees is the only sign that you’re approaching a homeless camp on Fort Worth’s East Side. Low-hanging branches and bushes have been left untouched t...



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Firehouse Art Gallery
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In honor of his native Scotland and National Tartan Day, Firehouse Art Gallery director Keith Thomson is holding an exhibit of artworks in various media that incorporate the tartan pattern. Tartan Day was last April 6, but the ...


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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Once again, our Gallery item features a color reproduction of an artwork that would lose all its meaning if we ran it in black and white. Bernd Haussmann’s abstract color fields remain up at William Campbell Contemporary Art ...