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Doing the Hustle

It wasn’t something Jessika Gúillen expected. But being a Latina artist in Fort Worth meant reoccurring negative experiences at art exhibits. “I felt displaced,” she...

Miley’s Muse

Dan Lam didn’t break Instagram after she began posting photos of her colorful and unique drip sculptures last summer. Fewer than 1,000 people followed...

Gallery

If you can’t make it to our Visionary Awards in Fort Worth on Thursday, you might want to check out the opening reception of...

Fort Worth Opera Swings into Mozart

The plot for Mozart’s Così fan tutte could easily be mistaken for that of an ’80s sitcom. The maestro and librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte...

Texas Ballet Theater’s Sweet Feet

Of all fairy tales, Cinderella is probably the most familiar. It has been recounted in books, plays, movies, TV shows, operas, and ballets. Each...

Mad Margot

Even in the most opera-crazed cities on earth — New York, London, Milan, Vienna — the world premiere of a new full-length opera is...
“Fromage” could have been perfect if Smith had been less literal.

Uplifted Spirit

In the annals of Fort Worth contemporary art, Vernon Fisher probably looms the largest. And for good reason. The veteran multimedia artist and painter...

Concerts in the Garden: Groovy, Man

Alright, I’m going to say it. The Woodstock-themed Concerts in the Garden last Saturday was groovy. It was a happenin’, far out, psychedelic show...

Hot Shorts

Depending on how you look at them, Andy Warhol's famous early short films Kiss (1963) and Blow Job (1964) are either cunning scams on...
Dallas 1963 By Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis Twelve: Hatchett Brook Group, 2013. $28, 372 pps.

Dark Dallas

This is not a book about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In fact that event and its aftermath are detailed only in...