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Tiny But Mighty

Vanessa Barker co-founded The Welman Project two years ago to provide supplies to bootstrapped public schools and to cut down on waste. Along with...

Our First Tri

You swim, bike, and run in that order to complete a sprint triathlon. The Iron-distance triathlon, however, is something very different from the simplicity...

Reading the Beer Bill

Beer is big business in Texas. Independent breweries in the Lone Star State accounted for $3.7 billion in economic impact in 2014, according to...

Cold War Concerto

In the coming months, Fort Worth will once again be the darling of the classical music world as the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition...

TCU Men Holding Court

Pick a court: turf, concrete, indoor, or outdoor. The TCU men’s tennis team is burning it up. This Friday the Horned Frog men will...

Welcome, Artluck

When Guillermo Tapia invited me to participate in a nude drawing session, I envisioned a French parlor room setting where steely-eyed, mustachioed artists slaved...

Truman Talks

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Truman Talks. Let’s start by establishing some parameters. The concept is simple: You suggest a topic, and I’ll...

Opera Out of Doors

The weather turned unseasonably cold and windy midway through last Saturday, and undoubtedly that had an effect on the attendance for Fort Worth Opera’s...

Falling for The Trap

Finding comedy in anxiety is laughably attempted by many, clinched by only a few. In The Trap, British playwright Kieran Lynn’s affinity for dark absurdism goes one...

Mayor Carmen

After the Fort Worth Opera’s board of directors angered classical music fans in February by firing general director Darren Woods (“Aria for Woods,” Feb....