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Road to Jonestown: Twists and Turns

A New Gay in Town

Why I Won’t Watch A Ghost Story

Pigskin Rapture

Texicon: Players Wanted

Blotch Jumbo

Arts

Arts

Truman Talks: Torn on the 4th of July

It’s July 4th. I’m an Englishman in North Texas. I’m torn — more in a Natalie Imbruglia circa 1997 kinda way than a perineum-in-need-of-stitches...

Vietnam War Child

Few know that the owner of Jerrel James Salon came to America with only $20 in her pocket. With the recent publication of The...

Across the Table

Where would you expect to find the French and Indian War happening next to power-suited Space Marines? No, not during an acid trip while...

A Cut Above

If you’ve seen Adaptation, Scream 4, or Training Day, you’re familiar with hairstylist Larry Waggoner’s handiwork. Since landing his first film gig working on...

Wilkinson Says everyone poops

Jay Wilkinson has been busy. The Fort Worth artist has become known around town for his nontraditional installations and collaborations, working outside the sometimes staid...

On 
Course

Last Saturday, I decided to test my lungs, legs, and longevity and join more than 4,200 adventure seekers to discover the allure of Obstacle...

The Art 
of Sport

For a world-class art institution, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art sure has a sporting side. A surprising number of works depict subjects...

Electric Earth Shines

“Song1” is arguably the first work you encounter in Electric Earth. Music from the seven-channel composite video installation seeps into the stairwell leading to...

Dadgum: A Beer’s Journey

Before I stepped foot inside The Bearded Lady a few weeks ago, I had a sneaking suspicion I’d stumbled into a Rahr & Sons...

Final Examinations

Like its predecessors, the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition proved to be a grueling and exhilarating run, giving music fans 17 days’ worth...