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Herded But Not Heard?

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Dog Days

Dark Days

Dog Days isn’t your typical opera. No unrequited love, no redemption, no slapstick humor, and the main character doesn’t sing a single line. But...

The List

Maybe even more than movies, architecture seems to be the one thing we're all experts in. Everyone has an opinion, everyone's ready to share...

Visionary Awards: Art Rulz

Last Thursday evening at Artspace 111, we threw a party. About 200 people showed up, which isn’t bad, considering that Artspace 111, while spacious...

Symbols, Meanings

Like a lot of establishmentistas in Texas - you know who they are - mixed-media artist Benito Huerta is above criticism. Not a discouraging...

Truman Talks

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Truman Talks. Let’s start by establishing some parameters. The concept is simple: You suggest a topic, and I’ll...

Escalator to Heaven

Allegheny Center was for losers. The shopping mall on the north side of the cold, gray, soul-destroying Rust-Belt city where I grew up didn’t...

Food for Thought

If you look at the amount of attention and energy devoted to the dining scene, it’s hard to say that this isn’t a golden...

Get Behind Your Ballet

To continue their heroic efforts, Texas Ballet Theater's dancers are putting on a benefit program tomorrow (Thursday) at the Scott Theater in the Fort...

Holy (Dumpster) Divers

There’s a group of young go-getters in town, and they’re trying really hard to make Fort Worth more livable, friendly, and civilized though no...
Dallasites packed The Foundry last week for some casual performances by Fort Worth Opera singers.

Wild, Wild West Opera goes downtown, a multimedia experience blooms, and...

As the Fort Worth Opera preaches to the unwashed, former Arlington actor/director Frank Mosley and Fort Worth singer-songwriter/composer Clint Niosi reach for glory via...