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American Sniper

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A Bit of the Bubbly

Blotch Jumbo

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Big Ticket

Park Passion

Ballet Concerto, the popular summer dance troupe, celebrates 30 years of open-air performances  with a four-day run at Trinity Park Pavilion beginning Thursday. Founded by...

A Pound of Flesh

The Trinity Shakespeare Festival goes into full swing this week at TCU with a couple of Shakespeare plays that are grouped in with his...

Three Musketeers

For some reason, John D. Graham is never mentioned among the giants of the abstract expressionist movement. Born Ivan Gratianovich Dombrowsky in Kiev in...

That’s Our Q

The Q Cinema festival has been going since 1998, and it’s a measure of just how much has changed since then that this year’s...

Prairie Buster

This year’s Prairie Fest has tripled in size, going from one day to three — one each in March, April, and May — to...

Sons and Big Girls

The continuing vitality of African-American theater will be demonstrated in Fort Worth this week when two new plays open. Jubilee Theatre brings us Broke-ology, a...

Fort Worth Operita

While Fort Worth Opera is busy unveiling new works to eager moviegoers this month (see Stage article), there’s a new stage piece enjoying its...

Smith’s Earth Below

Like Katie Paterson, an artist whose work was recently exhibited at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, North Texas painter Mark Smith draws...

Early Texas Art Works

Holy impressionism, Batman! The big-daddy annual symposium on early Texas art is this weekend at Texas Wesleyan School of Law. The Center for the...

Ged Into Nature

At first blush, Ged Quinn’s paintings look like wholly traditional works of art, still lifes and landscapes influenced by Caspar David Friedrich and (the...