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Science Saturday

On April Fool’s Day, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will hold special events all day to get people through the doors...
TBT’s production has new sets and some additional characters.

New Nutcracker

Texas Ballet Theater has retired its old, sumptuous production of The Nutcracker for a fresh version. A gift from the now-defunct Ballet Florida of...

Misha Quint at the Cello

So what is InterHarmony? It sounds like a new piece of corporate jargon, the way “synergy” swept the business world about 15 years ago....

Yarn It All

Remember when yarnbombing was just a bless-your-heart form of protest with Texas roots? Thought to be pioneered in Houston, this cozy style of vandalism...

Cast Away

Fishing has often cultivated an image of itself as a solitary pursuit, through which a man (it’s usually a man in the written-up fantasies)...

KAWS Again

Were you sad three years ago when the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth removed “Companion” from its front entrance? Well, good news! This...
The Kimbell’s Japanese art is a backdrop for suits in Samurai.

A Shogun’s Armor

When the makers of Star Wars were inventing the design of Darth Vader’s helmet, they borrowed liberally from the kabuto, the helmet that samurai...

Drewe Lies

People don’t usually think of graphic novels as a medium for delicate literary satire, but that’s what Posy Simmonds accomplished when she wrote Tamara...

100-Year Revolution

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Russia’s Bolshevik Revolution and the 60th anniversary of Shostakovich’s “The Year 1905” Symphony No. 11. When Fort...

I Don’t Even Know Your Name

As Rachel Bloom once wrote about casual hook-ups: “Hey sexy stranger, come back to my place. / Please don’t be a murderer. / Kiss...