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Flowers in Focus

What’s left to say about a Monet show? Everybody else has already exhausted the Monet/money puns, as well as noting how the Impressionists were...

Attend the Tale

Having made his reputation and won accolades for stinging relationship comedies such as Company, Follies, and A Little Night Music, Stephen Sondheim started blowing...

Art Park

It was only three weeks ago that we wrote up the Modern in this space (“Performing Pain,” May 8), but the art museum has...

Hair Trigger

Back in 1981, the playwright Dennis McIntyre happened to stop at a donut shop in Chicago on his way home when he witnessed an...

A Peculiar Passion

Movies never seem to get Emily Dickinson right, but then, we don’t exactly get her right ourselves. The 19th-century poet’s strangeness is evident to...

Performing Pain

The West Coast of the United States has been a hotbed of art ever since the end of World War II, and in the...

Booze and Books

This event goes under the heading of Why Didn’t Anyone Think of This Sooner? It’s a natural thing to host a book signing at...

Leon’s Back!

You’ve probably heard already that Fort Worth’s favorite son, Leon Bridges, is back on his old stomping grounds to headline the third annual Fortress...

The Kid in the Back

It’s hard to shock people anymore on Broadway, but Julia Cho’s play Office Hour managed it when it premiered there two years ago. Reviewers...

Call the Docs

This past January, we wrote about Denton Black Film Festival enjoying its first edition in the Alamo Drafthouse in that city (“My BFF,” Jan...