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Locking Down like a Pro

Scaling Heights

A Lonesome Dove and a Yalid

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Kultur

Kultur

Lost in thought and balletic reverie

To a lot of viewers and critics, the title Lost has become a bad pun on the show itself. Over the course of the...

In the Zone

Butterfly Connection crosses over into a dimension of virtuosity. Last Saturday night in an office storefront on East Lancaster Avenue, the scene was like something...

Gift Locally

Sweet and Nutty For the foodie in your life, stop by Meyer & Sage’s new storefront (2621 Whitmore St., 817-386-5009), where you can snag a...

CRUDE Coffee Arrives

Teresa Bloodworth’s first love has always been putting foodstuff in an oven and making magic. She’s loved baking since childhood, relishing fond memories of...

For Film’s Sake

As he prepares to shoot his second feature film, writer-director Tom Huckabee is drawing inspiration from two very different sources: legendary auteur Francis Ford...

Manhattan Express

The FWSO makes an impressive Carnegie Hall debut. I came to Fort Worth 40 years ago, which seems so far back now that dinosaurs might...

More Vroom for Shag

Jayson “Shag” Arrington lives in the Hill Country but loves coming back home to Fort Worth, particularly when combining business and pleasure. His visit...

For the Love of the Game

Sports isn’t a groovy kind of love. It’s a passionate, scream-at-your-partner, declare-your-undying-affection-10-seconds-later, sacrifice-your-dignity-for-a-moment-of-pure-ecstasy sort of love. Basketballer Michael Jordan famously had a “love of...

Arts Notes

Being born a sharecropper's son in 1915 on the outskirts of Fort Worth isn't the background you might expect from someone who'd eventually be...

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...