Driving Piston

Farewell and Return

Let’s Have a Bowl

Blotch Jumbo

Big Ticket

Big Ticket
Carolyn Wickwire in O’Keeffe! at Stage West.

One Woman and One Man

If it seems like Stage West no longer has an offseason, that’s only because of the two touring one-person shows that will be playing...
Thomas Eakins’ “Miss Amelia Van Buren” at Amon Carter. ca. 1891, oil on canvas, The Phillips Collection

Museum Madness

Two of Fort Worth’s major art museums open spectacular shows this week. The Kimbell at 40: An Evolving Masterpiece celebrates the museum’s anniversary with...
Brian Urlacher leads the Bears into Monday’s game.

Midway Matchup

We were going to write up the Cowboys’ home opener against Tampa Bay last week, but on second thought, this week’s game against the...
Corrie Donovan is a featured soloist at the Modern Music Festival.

Music of the Now

Fort Worth’s contemporary classical music scene is in much better shape now than it was 10 years ago. It’s not just the universities and...
Le Freak headlines Grapefest.

Grapefest 2012

Alexander Fleming, the bacteriologist who discovered penicillin, was quoted as saying: “Penicillin cures, but wine makes people happy.” Since biblical times and well before,...
Mike Moffatt’s “Pocket Trouble” is on display at Fringe Gallery.

Street Art

If you needed a reminder that it’s September already, Fall Gallery Night lands this Saturday evening. Many shows are up through next month, but...
Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg are exes and BFFs in Celeste and Jesse Forever.

My Best Friend’s Wedding

Rashida Jones has had rewarding supporting roles in movies and on TV’s Parks & Recreation, but she’s never had a chance to prove herself...
Violinist Augustin Hadelich sits in with FWSO, Sat.

Oh, Say Can You C

Round two of Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s American Music Festival takes place Friday through Sunday. Last summer’s inaugural series featured compositions by Leonard Bernstein,...
Richard Don Simms and Libby Bogart in A Midsummer Night in Texas.

Puck Yeah!

There’s nothing particularly new about setting a Shakespeare play in some place and time other than the one that the Bard specified. We’ve all...
Canaletto’s “The Molo,” shown in Venice: Canaletto and His Rivals.

Comics and Canals

This week we spotlight two presentations by our local art museums about the works hanging in their collections. The Amon Carter starts things on...