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Ópera

This year’s Fort Worth Opera represents the festival’s biggest outreach yet to our city’s Latino community. Part of it is the troupe’s production of...

Crawfish and Cowboys

In Sweden, crawfish are generally eaten in late summer due to a tradition set by laws (which are no longer on the books) that...

Jazzy Taco

Artists look everywhere for inspiration, and Katherine Bernhardt once found a source in Drake, contributing to W Magazine’s 2015 art issue with a piece...

Science Saturday

On April Fool’s Day, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will hold special events all day to get people through the doors...

Written in Stone

The local museums won’t be left out of Gallery Night (see: Saturday blurb), so two of them are opening new shows this weekend as...

100-Year Revolution

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Russia’s Bolshevik Revolution and the 60th anniversary of Shostakovich’s “The Year 1905” Symphony No. 11. When Fort...

A Rooster Grows

Celebrating the new and fresh in dance with a mixed repertory program this weekend, Texas Ballet Theater will perform two world premieres in Bass...

The Amon and Avedon

Avedon! The name still conjures up thoughts of the great photographer going about his glamorous job, taking pictures of powerful heads of state and...

Putting It Together

It seems fitting that a guy named Bridges is narrating an IMAX movie about people who build things. The man in question is Oscar-winning...

A Daughter Lost

Pedro Almodóvar wanted to make Julieta in English with Meryl Streep but got cold feet regarding his command of the language. (The same consideration...