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Love Is Scary

Armenian Notes

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Rising Action

Our feature story this week aside, this year’s Lone Star Film Festival looks to have stepped up its programming compared to 2016 or 2017....

Latin Mass

Sometimes we in Fort Worth enjoy the world premieres of new theater works or are privileged to be the first to see a new...

Rhymes with Faith

When Henrik Ibsen premiered A Doll’s House in Copenhagen in 1879, it was a succès de scandale, selling out its theatrical run and quickly...

War Stories

With Modern Cinema Festival 2018, the Modern Art Museum brings back Christopher Kelly to program this small but focused event over one weekend to...

Family Photos

Laurie Simmons starred in a film called Tiny Furniture that was written and directed by her daughter Lena Dunham, who would later go on...

Negro y Blanco

Some may think the Kimbell Art Museum should be above celebrating something as frivolous as fashion, but the rest of us will be at...

Queen of the Nile

Cleopatra holds an unusual place among ballets in that it was first created for an opera. Back in the days before film and television,...

Memories of Vienna

Alfred Schnittke was a Soviet composer of German Jewish descent, and his ancestry reflected heavily in the music he wrote. In particular, his three-year...

Wine Wine

When Spanish missionaries came to this hemisphere, they planted their native grapes all over the soils of the American Southwest. Many of their efforts...

Pictures on the Wall

Does it seem too hot for Fall Gallery Night? Have we made that observation before? If so, we apologize, but while the jokes about...