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Tiny Homes, Big Ideas

Only several months into the tiny homes business, local carpenter and construction contractor James Zametz is looking for a larger site to build his...

Social Sculpture

Darryl Ratcliff is an award-winning artist, curator, and writer whose work addresses how cultural activities transform communities. He was the inaugural artist-in-residence at Trans.lation...

Bricks and Brewskis

If your kids like Legos, or if you’re an adult Lego fan looking for a nostalgia fix or to sell some (I received $200...

Truman Talks: Fuck

People from my hometown of Liverpool have an epic, seemingly innate capability for swearing. Ask a Scouser where they are from, and the most...

Trio

What if it were possible to separate colors from nature, drape them on a clothesline, and look at them when they had dried? Ellen...

Conducting Virtuosity

The 52-year-old Fort Worth Youth Orchestra has played an active role in sending many classical musicians’ careers into orbit, including that of TCU violin...

Western Memories

There are two concurrent exhibitions of photography at Fort Works Art right now. In the street level gallery is Laura Wilson’s Photographs in the...

The Best Documentaries of 2017

The types of documentaries that tend to win awards and appear on lists like this one are films that tackle Big Issues: wars, the...

Cowboys’ Post Mortem

This past Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys closed out their 2017 season in appropriately lackluster fashion, barely topping a highly unmotivated Philadelphia Eagles team by...

The Year in Beer

The thing to remember about 2017 isn’t that more people were turned onto craft beer. It’s that more folks here and regionally began drinking...