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The Harvest screens as part of Movies That Matter, Sat.

Documentary Matters

From Bolshoi to Broadway

Klezmer Tango

Movie Music

The Westminster Choir performs at Arborlawn, Sun.

Bones in the Foundation

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Big as all Outdoors

It seems like everybody wants to get outside this weekend, judging by how many open-air festivals are going on. The most unusual entry is DaneFest,...

Turning Corners

How do you keep a classic play like Our Town from going stale? It's simple - turn it into an opera. Of course, it...

FWSO Gala

Pulling out all the stops for its annual fund-raising gala this week, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will perform Beethoven’s monumental Ninth Symphony on...

Septem-Beer

This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Reinheitsgebot, the Bavarian law that stated that only water, hops, and barley could be used in...

Write Us Up

Most folks couldn’t pick out their favorite local newspaper reporter or magazine writer from a random lineup of suspects. This Thursday at Leaves Book...

The Ladies’ Man

Giacomo Casanova never made a single work of visual art, so it seems weird to devote an art exhibit to him. Yet the 18th-century...

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...

Gold Stars

The year is still young, but the most engaging documentary we’ve seen so far is City of Gold. This film by Laura Gabbert (who...

Mueck It Up

Ten years ago, Ron Mueck had a splashy exhibition at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth that scared the living crap out of...

A Pound of Flesh

The Trinity Shakespeare Festival goes into full swing this week at TCU with a couple of Shakespeare plays that are grouped in with his...