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Around Fort Worth

Ultimate Census Competition

The mayors of Fort Worth and Arlington are in a friendly competition to see which 817 burg returns more U.S. census forms by April...

Pulitzer Prize Goes To Smarty Pants

Congratulations to The Dallas Mornings News writers Tod Robberson, William McKenzie, and Colleen McCain Nelson for winning a Pulitzer for editorial writing. Colleen and...

Ted Pillsbury Leaves Void In Early Texas Art

The death of internationally renowned art expert Ted Pillsbury is, somewhat surprisingly, the loss of an influential voice for early Texas art. Texas art...

Recycle Phones For Speedway Prizes

I’m the only person I know who has never owned a cell phone. My parents have one. Hell, my 98-year-old grandmother has one. Somebody...

Shindig for Fort Worth Directors

To coincide with this weekend’s Dallas International Film Festival, The Butterfly Connection is hosting a reception/shindig/throwdown for North Texas filmmakers Tom Huckabee (Carried Away),...

Another Setback for “Gay Jesus” Play

Fort Worth’s Rose Marine Theater, which earlier this week had offered Tarleton State University students a place to...

Dinner And A Movie Anyone?

Anybody care to join me for dinner and a movie at 7 p.m.? I’ll soon be joining others at Studio Movie Grill in Arlington for...

the cut*off Calls it Quits

One of Fort Worth’s best bands is breaking up. On Sat., May 1, at The Moon, the cut*off –– a perennial nominee in our...

Get “Fearless” at Main St.

There are a ton of great things to do at this weekend’s Main St. Arts Festival – so many, in fact, that you might...

The Star-T’s Intellectual Fraudulence Problem

Readers shouldn’t expect much from the Star-Telegram’s arts and entertainment section. With the exception of film critic Chris Kelly’s work, most of the writing...