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Musicbed: Songs with Film

Musicbed stands out among the suburban flatlands of North Fort Worth. The area’s mini-mall sprawl is not an environment where you’d expect to find the...

Laying Down Their Lives

Plot twists, murder, and suspense aren’t the territory of fiction alone. Written in Blood: The History of Fort Worth’s Fallen Lawmen, Volume 2 is...

Guide to Giving

Fort Worth do-gooders, you’re in good company. The 817 has a rich history of charitable giving, largely through well-funded foundations and patrons. However, starting...

Voluminous

University of Houston law professor and anti-death penalty crusader David Dow made a big noise in 2010 with his first book, The Autobiography of...

Gallery

J.C. Pace III's show of found-art sculpture at Artspace 111 is tantalizingly subtitled "Chain Saws, Edgers, Lawnmowers, Weed Eaters, Hedge Trimmers, X-Rays, Artichokes, Brussels...
Like the real-life Ma Rainey, Valerie Houston’s character is a diva of the first order.

Blues Breakers

When August Wilson’s scorching drama Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom made its New York debut in 1985, it was just the second non-musical show authored...

Dull in the Heart

When I was younger, I used to hear folks refer to the intellectually disabled as “dull in the head.” Today, I contemplate that as...
Chuck Huber (left) and Carman Lacivita star in Amphibian Productions’ crisp production of The Understudy.

Amphibian Metamorphosis

The adjective “Kafkaesque” gets tossed around a lot, but rarely has it applied more literally than in The Understudy, Theresa Rebeck’s sly show business...

Cowtown Puppetry Festival

Theater artist Erin K. Orr, 36, spends most of the year in New York City, but she likes to “summer” in Texas. It’s not...
Susan Harrington’s “Head”

Gallery

Beating Gallery Night to the punch by a week is the TCU Faculty Exhibition, which opened last week but has its opening reception this...