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  Solo Dance Performance (Female)Critic's choice: (tie) Leticia Oliveira, Olga PavlovaPavlova's portrayal of the star-crossed Juliet in Paul Mejia's condensed version of the classic story...

Thing Tarrant County Needs

Public DebatePublic officials are supposed to be, for lack of a better word, public. That means our elected officials need to be responsive to...

Unsung Local Artists

Critic's choice: Early Fort Worth fringe artists Dickson Reeder, Bror Utter, Blanche McVeigh, Kelly Fearing, Cynthia Brants, and other artists of the hallowed Fort Worth...

All-Star Barbecue

Ribs: Burnt bits of sugar glaze fuse with juicy meat to yield heaven on a bone at Old School Barbecue, 5500 Brentwood Stair Rd.,...

All-Star Mexican

Drink: Homemade horchata, fortified with lime, almonds, and lots of cinnamon, at Cachito's, 2119 Harwood Rd., Bedford.Chips & salsa: Can't get hotter, fresher chips...

Good Grub

Readers' choice: Ol' South Pancake House, 1509 S University Dr, FW Fort Worth's restaurant scene is booming, with new places opening up at a staggering...

Good Grub

Breakfast Readers' choice: Ol' South Pancake House, 1509 S University Dr, FW Critic's choice: Paris Coffee Shop, 700 W Magnolia Av, FW For our six bucks, the place...

Culture

Dance Performance - FemaleCritic's choice: Olga Pavlova in La BayadéreThe Metropolitan Classical Ballet prima ballerina is always a joy to watch. The title role...

Keepin’ the Fort Funky

So, you thought Cowtown and “Where the West Begins” would be this burg’s monikers forever. Well, the fickle finger of fate writes — sometimes...

All-Star International

Drink: Papaya licuados, the Salvadoran smoothie, at Marquez Restaurant, 928 N. Collins St., Arlington.Bread: Rosemary-dusted focaccia, as cushy-firm as a pillowtop mattress, at Nonna...