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Refer to Madness

A Self-Storage Saga

Cross Words

Political Philanthropy  

Truman Talks: “Where You From?”

Arts

Arts

Seeing Red

What’s not black or white but splattering red all over Maverick territory? At Theatre Arlington, John Lang’s Tony-Award winning Red has been distilled for...

Out of Focus

There is a distinct whiff of sweetness in the air as you enter Fort Works Art. It is coming from Fabiola Valenzuela’s floor sculpture...

Truman Talks: Immigration

Words matter. Immigrant. Alien. Immigrant alien. Non-immigrant alien. Common terms on government forms –– oh! The seemingly endless forms, as opaque and linguistically abstract...

The Skin We Live In

In a city where artists can have a difficult time achieving professional advancement or become “career artists,” Fabiola Valenzuela may be upending that trend....

Blessed Wood

Last year, while Stickman – a short film about a homeless Dallas man who found fame carving walking sticks – was showing on the...

Stars: Fading or Twinkling?

Before Friday night’s game, the Dallas Stars honored former player Jamie Langenbrunner as part of their celebration of the 25th anniversary of the team’s...

Gerrymandering Texas-Style

Gerrymandering is the widespread political practice of manipulating voting district boundaries to gain a political advantage, specifically in elections, by maximizing the number of...

Standing “O”-vation

Some women are better potty mouths than others. In Stage West’s latest, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit...

Back in the Big Time

He Got Game, Can’t Hardly Wait, and Hope Floats –– are they the feelings of TCU men’s basketball players and fans? Perhaps, but they’re...

The Art of Collection

When attorney Sam Myers and wife Myrna Myers moved to Paris in the mid-1960s, the young couple, both second-generation Americans from working-class families, were...