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Heady Reference

Systems and Process in Abstract Art is a different kind of art exhibit. The collaboration between two local art professors, Vincent Falsetta and Ronald...

Gallery

The press release from William Campbell Contemporary Art goes on at length about the texture and expressiveness of Otis Jones' paintings, yet any photo...

Bubblicious

Aventino in West Fort Worth has been owned by Al Paez and family since 1982. Aventino's Ristorante, as it was known back in the...

Lean Times

The moniker "Stockyards Buddha" might be up for grabs. Fort Worth Weekly bestowed that tag on singer-songwriter Brad Hines in 2007, partly because of...

Listen … Or Else

I'm still a little torn about the No Idea Fest. The gathering of noisicians, free jazzbos, and sound artists that has been taking place...

Vijay Iyer & Fieldwork

The hype surrounding jazz pianist Vijay Iyer is frighteningly reminiscent of the ocean of ink that greeted the arrival of trumpeter Wynton Marsalis and...

Bleu Edmondson

Dallasite Bleu Edmondson likes Fort Worth. A lot. Last fall, before his acoustic show at Sundance Square's 8.0 Restaurant and Bar, he bemoaned the...

On the Line

Denton-born and -raised filmmaker and actor Laurence Maher is new to the experience of being interviewed by the press, so he thinks hard about...

We’ll Take Manhattan

Reading Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel Watchmen today, it's striking how this 1985 masterpiece has penetrated to the marrow of countless movies,...

Lovely Bones

For some reason, a lot of people (two people) have recently asked about the difference between American Chinese and Chinese Chinese cuisine. Here's Chow,...