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Bane of Bevo

This hasn’t been a Cinderella season for our Frogs. Maybe if Cinderella had found her slipper, then tripped, shattered her ankle, and embedded shards...
Seattle artist Norie Sato incorporated local photographs into her mosaics.

Flying Down the Road

In 2005, the Fort Worth City Council adopted the Southwest Parkway Master Plan, which outlined how the city would use art to blend features...

Ask Truman

What is for tea?  – JP, overseas somewhere Wow! What a way to start. Such a simple question on its face yet so vexing upon a...

Days of Shame

Nobody really knows why a group of white men went on a killing spree in the small East Texas town of Slocum in 1910....
Culture design winner and Art Institute student, Mark Mayr

Best Of Culture 2013

Top Five Artworks “Attention Retention” by Bradly Brown Exhibited as part of his TCU MFA thesis at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Brown’s simple yet beguiling found-object...

Ballet Frontier’s La Sylphide Shines

Ballet Frontier came of age last weekend in Scott Theater with a striking new production of August Bournonville’s La Sylphide. In just a few...

Faith, Hope, and Superheroes

A group of runners and volunteers known as Heroes for Hope are training for their seventh 5K to raise money for several nonprofits through...

Seriously Funny

“My favorite television and film actors all came out of the theater,” explained Baron Vaughn, an L.A.-based stand-up comic, classically trained actor, and amateur...

Artist-Explorer

Lewis and Clark. Jack Kerouac’s On the Road. And while we’re at it, Rain Man. The road as means for a freewheeling and purposeful exploration of the...
Ebony Marshall-Oliver stars in Neat, a companion piece of sorts to playwright Charlayne Woodard’s Pretty Fire.

Not so Neat

Actor Ebony Marshall-Oliver was born and raised in a small south Louisiana town called Donaldsonville, although her family had moved to Atlanta by the...