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A Tragedy of Errors

Darlie Routier. If you remember her at all, you’re probably seeing the same mental image that most of us have: a young, attractive blonde...

Tiny But Mighty

Vanessa Barker co-founded The Welman Project two years ago to provide supplies to bootstrapped public schools and to cut down on waste. Along with...

Beautiful Industry

A mural contest by Trinity River Distillery recently drew sharp criticism, largely because the pay is “$1,000 in whiskey.” “How is an artist going to...

La La Land: Dancing With the Stars

A movie that can blow the doors off the theater, La La Land is set in the present day, but in every other respect,...

Bricks and Brewskis

If your kids like Legos, or if you’re an adult Lego fan looking for a nostalgia fix or to sell some (I received $200...

Zero Dawn: Rise of the Machines

Late in Horizon: Zero Dawn, while I was exploring the ruins of a once futuristic but now ancient building, I suddenly thought, “This is...

Words that Pop

Standing in a workshop, Vince Veazey gazed thoughtfully at his newest stencil-based creation, periodically adjusting pieces of tape here and there. The phrase “I LOVE...

Fort Worth, Montana

Montana De La Rosa wrestled out of Azle High School before starting her professional fighting career at age 19. The Fort Worth-based MMA fighter...
Tom Wesselmann’s “Still Life No. 15” is one of the most uproarious pieces in this dynamic show.

Art and Appetite: Ravenous Beasts

What we farm, hunt, buy, catch, kill, package, heat up, cook, serve, and enjoy privately or among others is merely a jumping-off point for...

The Year in Beer

The thing to remember about 2017 isn’t that more people were turned onto craft beer. It’s that more folks here and regionally began drinking...