American Sniper

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A Bit of the Bubbly

Blotch Jumbo

Big Ticket

Big Ticket

Swish!

Though it isn’t the Final Four, the regional round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament offers up some tasty games –– the four surviving...
A Bright New Boise plays at Circle Theatre, Mar 21-Apr 13.

My Own Private Idaho

Circle Theatre continues to keep our theater scene fresh and relevant, opening the quietly disquieting A Bright New Boise this week. Samuel D. Hunter’s...
TCU Cellofest runs Thu-Sun.

Sit-Down Strings

In his day job as a music critic, George Bernard Shaw once dismissed the cello as “a bee buzzing in a stone jug,” but...
Lambarena will be performed as part of TBT’s spring repertory, Fri-Sun.

Spring Fling

Texas Ballet Theater brings two major works to Bass Performance Hall this weekend, plus a sprinkling of pas de deux. The two main attractions...
Jafar Panahi in This Is Not a Film.

Films and Not Films

By now, the story has become part of cinematic lore: Confined to house arrest and banned from filmmaking, Iranian director Jafar Panahi responded by...
Joshua Bell plays at Bass Hall, Mon.

Listen to the Bell

At 45, Joshua Bell is no longer the boy wonder of classical violinists like he used to be, but he has kept busy with...
Emad Burnat examines 5 Broken Cameras at Thin Line Film Fest.

What’s Up? Docs!

Absorbing documentary films never seem to be in short supply, and this year’s Thin Line Film Fest offers an exciting new crop, starting this...
A lion molded by Gian Lorenzo Bernini at the Kimbell.

San Lorenzo

There’s too much of everything in the sculptures of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, which is why they’re so wonderful. The native of Naples became the...
Radu Lupu at Bass Hall, Tue.

The New Radu Lupu

Wait, Radu Lupu plays Debussy? When did this happen? Actually, he’s been doing it for a while now. The Romanian pianist, trained in the...
George X. Rodriguez and Mary Jane Greer in The Devil’s Disciple.

High Dudgeon

As a socialist, George Bernard Shaw tended to take a dim view of Americans, but as an Irishman, he had an even dimmer view...