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Around Fort Worth

Around Fort Worth

Frank Mosley’s I Could Live in Hope Opening

Arlington filmmaker Frank Mosley is a favorite of ours (“The Wizard of Odd”) who’s celebrating the opening of I Could Live in Hope, a...

A Tribute to Gay Classical Musicians

Sharon Isbin plays at TCU this Saturday, courtesy of Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society (who, by the way, just announced a giveaway of free...

Arlington’s Rigor Mortis Reunites

When we talk about legendary 817 metal, we always seem to focus on Pantera, often to the detriment of Rigor Mortis, a trio-cum-quartet that...

Local Filmmakers Tackle Legendary Texas Musicians

In addition to their One Square Mile documentary series, first reported here, married Fort Worth filmmakers Carl and Betsy Crum are tackling a project...

Mayor Mike Moncrief Won’t Seek Reelection

Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief announced he won't be seeking reelection in May after eight years as Fort Worth's most visible and powerful elected...

FW Artist Scott Gentling Dead At 68

The mad genius of Fort Worth's art world is dead. Scott Gentling died at his home on Tuesday after a stroke. The artist, writer, historian,...

A Win for Sundance Square

There’s been a lot of carping and general negativity about That Thing That Happened in Arlington Last Sunday. Much of the complaining has been...

The Price of Horror

This week’s ”Books” page features an interview with Michael H. Price, Fort Worth’s veteran journalist-author-illustrator-historian-musician-playwright. The man does not know how to sit still....

Natural Gas Industry Blunders On Josh Fox, Gasland

The shills for the natural gas industry have been smart up to this point. They deny all accusations levied at their industry regarding environmental...