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Banlieue

Nominated for an Oscar for International Feature, Les Misérables begins during summer 2018, with Parisians of all ages and races joyously celebrating France’s victory...

Liszting

During his peak years, Franz Liszt was the embodiment of his times, churning out music that was virtuosic, flamboyant, vulgar, and unabashedly Romantic in...

Women’s Words and Music

Libby Larsen started composing in America in the 1970s, a time and place when a woman composer was a reason for everyone to point...

Weather Girl

Japan’s entry into this year’s Oscar race is Weathering With You, and while the Irving Mall will be the only theater playing this animated...

Thinking Machine

Ada Byron was the only legitimate child of the poet Lord Byron, who had five other kids by women other than his wife (including...

Beethoven CCL

Fourteen years ago, we had yearlong celebrations for Mozart’s 250th birthday. This year, it’s the turn of Mozart’s sometime student, Beethoven. We’ll have plenty...

Cotton After Christmas

The turf at AT&T Stadium figures to take a beating this weekend, as football games will be kicking off on both Saturday and Sunday....

Outsider Art

Some photographers throughout history have embedded themselves in communities that they weren’t from to gain their subjects’ trust and catch them in unguarded moments....

Three Bs?

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra takes their act on the road for a one-night performance in Denton with a new conductor. Rune Bergmann is a...

Whoop, Dür It Is

A goldsmith’s son, Albrecht Dürer trained in his father’s profession but went against his wishes and turned to artworks instead. He executed paintings (including...