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Farewell and Return

If you peruse the top of our Calendar section, you’ll see a great many options for your New Year’s Eve revelry. However, one of...

Let’s Have a Bowl

Coming smack in the middle of the college bowl season is the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, a showdown between two football teams that...

Buscando Felicidad

In Mexico, the Christmas season lasts almost a month, and every day between the 16th and the 24th there is a parade called a...

Nuts!

Strange as it sounds, The Nutcracker wasn’t an immediate hit when it debuted in St. Petersburg in 1892. Critics of the time complained about...

American Sniper

One of the most powerful documentaries of 2016 is Tower, which plays at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth this weekend. This account...

Gift Exchange

Most Broadway musicals are written for white casts, but occasionally someone will try to mount one with an all- or mostly African-American cast. Sometimes...

A Bit of the Bubbly

The entire region, to say nothing of this issue, is taken up with North Texas Beer Week this week, and venues in Mansfield and...

Member of the Wedding

One of the greatest librettists in opera history, Lorenzo da Ponte had what you might call a colorful career. Born Jewish in Venice, he...

Classical Music Roundup

There are so many music events going on this week that there isn’t room enough for them in this space, but we thought we’d...

KAWS Again

Were you sad three years ago when the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth removed “Companion” from its front entrance? Well, good news! This...