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Fort Worth’s Monster

A Tragedy of Errors

Restaurant for the Mind Arrives

Hap and Leonard Return

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Getting Back to the Basics

The North Texas Comic Book Show prides itself on being an OG comic-con. In the past decade or so, fan conventions have grown into a...

Road to Jonestown: Twists and Turns

Jeff Guinn spends a lot of time with monsters.  An award-winning investigative journalist and member of the Texas Literary Hall of Fame, the Fort Worth...

Twentieth-Century Women

While the title of Julie Kibler’s historical fiction novel Home for Erring and Outcast Girls doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, it’s at least...

All the Colors of Unity

Glued to my phone in a semi-crowded coffee shop the other day, I found myself deeply perplexed and mildly confused and amused by a...

Cold War Concerto

In the coming months, Fort Worth will once again be the darling of the classical music world as the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition...

New Mantra: “Yes, And”

Wow, has Four Day Weekend really been around 20 years? Perennially rated by national critics as one of the top improv troupes in the...

Bull Disclosure

Full disclosure: I listen to SportsRadio 1310-AM The Ticket quite a bit, which means I'm a P1, a.k.a. a devoted Tickethead. I'm also in...

Texas Horror

Stories in an anthology can be as varied as a week of Texas weather: In the best of times, you get a week of...

Black-Eyed Susans: Murder by Flowers

You can’t write a suspense novel with a female protagonist these days without being compared to Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl or Paula Hawkins’ The...

Bonnie and Clyde Anew

If Arthur Penn's 1967 crime thriller Bonnie and Clyde strikes you as flimsy and overstylized despite its hallowed place in American pop cinema, wait...