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The Final Move

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A Cosplayer’s Origin Story

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Staying Alive

Last time we checked in, black skies loomed from thunderstorms and ugly TCU baseball and tennis losses. Rainbows abound as the skies cleared to...

Chaos and Cosmos

In 1975, at a Greek restaurant in the provincial English countryside, Bob Pridden, the longtime soundman for The Who, held a loaded pistol to...

Pass the Peas, Please

Jeremy Joel has ambitious plans for Fort Worth. As we sat chatting at a West Magnolia Avenue bar, the self-described “outsider folk artist” focused...

The Baker’s Opera

Companionship received its world premiere from Fort Worth Opera last week, and it is easily the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen staged by the...

Earth’s Mightiest Format

Today’s multiplex offers numerous premium format choices, with each taking a bigger bite out of your wallet. Still, I believe some films shouldn’t just...

Spirit and St. Louis

On Monday night, in front of 20,000 raucous towel-waving puckheads, with less than two minutes left in the third period, St. Louis Blues winger...

Of Public Concern

Talking with a Houston transplant the other day, our conversation turned to local historic buildings. The young gent was raving about the T&P Station,...

Broomed

Millions packed theaters over the weekend for Avengers: Endgame. As many tuned into HBO’s Game of Thrones, primarily to learn which of their favorite...

Fort Worth Opera’s Porgy and Bess Is a Multisensory Treat

There’s merit to the idea that music is a universal language. Cultural references and dialogue weigh heavily on a work’s immediacy and ease of...

New Draft

Alamo Drafthouse execs describe the theater chain’s first Tarrant County location as one of its “neighborhood” locations. Although it’s on busy Davis Boulevard in...