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Opus Nova: Homemade Classical Music

Chamber music remains an underrepresented outlet for enjoying classical music in Fort Worth. That reality persists despite the easy accessibility (including the convenience of...

The Last Man Burned at the Stake in Texas

On Saturday, December 2, 1933, a 30-year-old white woman named Nellie Williams Brockman was murdered near Kountze, Texas. Brockman had headed to town to...

Top 5 Shows 12/5 to 12/7

1) Last week’s Top 5 list was long, and since the holiday season is in full swing and you probably don’t have time to...
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Toast & Jam with Ariel Davis

Ariel Davis discusses the upcoming Family Reunion mega-art show, featuring the works of a large cross-section of local artists under one roof at the...
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Toast & Jam with Rambo

Rambo is a Fort Worth filmmaker and photographer who made a name for herself as Leon Bridges' official tour photographer a few years ago....
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Toast & Jam with James Hinkle

Fort Worth bluesman James Hinkle has played his music locally, nationally, and abroad for several decades but is also passionate about painting. He shows...

Top 5 Shows 11/14 to 11/17

1) Hot off his CD release party, local bluegrass/roots musician Tennessee Dixon will be plying his trade along with his buddy, Americana songwriter Levi...

Top 5 Shows 11/9 to 11/10

1) Happy Friday! Did you read this week’s music feature? Tennessee Dixon, the subject of that verbiage, is releasing the physical copies of his...
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Toast & Jam with Ngozi Akinro

Ngozi Akinro, a digital production professor at Texas Wesleyan University, critiques Toast & Jam and sings a Nigerian pop song during class with Jeff...

Top 5 Shows 11/2 – 11/3

1) About a thousand years ago, I saw the Dropkick Murphys and Bouncing Souls at a place in Deep Ellum called Deep Ellum Live....