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Preview: Q Cinema film festival in Fort Worth

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Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, gay-themed filmmaking seemed to be flourishing from every corner. American indie directors like Gus Van Sant (My Own Private Idaho) and Todd Haynes (Poison) were making names for themselves; foreign Read more

Music minute: Quebe Sisters, 'Good Show' series highlight local music scene this week

Fort Worth quintet the Quebe Sisters Band continues to promote its pleasing brand of Western swing just about anywhere that will have 'em -- their grueling concert schedule can wear you out just looking at it. But rather than far-flung trips to Virginia, Tennessee or Mas... Read more

National Cowgirl Museum exhibiting over-the-top Western bling

Sometimes, an abundance of rhinestones still isn't enough. See over-the-top fashion with a Western flair at "No Glitz, No Glory," a new exhibit at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. The museum has pulled from its collection an assortment of eye-popping Nudie suits, 40-pound dresses and... Read more

The Dirty Dozen: weekly entertainment guide

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The week ahead has a Comic Con in Dallas, a foodfeast at Taste Addison, a psycho beach party, a hydrogen jukebox, and other wacky endeavors. Read more

The dreamer's guide to golf in North Texas

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Golf is not just an exercise; it's an adventure, a romance ... a Shakespeare play in which disaster and comedy are intertwined. -- Harold Segall, author Read more

The Dirty Dozen: weekly entertainment guide



Mayfest, Seinfeld, Rangers-Yankees, Lolaspalooza and a dash of wild West burlesque fill this week's 12-pack o' fun. Read more

The Dirty Dozen: weekly entertainment guide

Cabaret Dallas Theater Center

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Craig Ferguson and Donald Glover bring the yuks, Edgefest brings the rawk, and 'Cabaret' beckons you to the Kit Kat Klub. Read more

USA Film Festival screenings include Dallas documentary, tribute to Malcolm McDowell

Despite predictions that it couldn't hope to compete with the newer, bigger and more deeply funded Dallas International Film Festival, the USA Film Festival continues to plug along. On Wednesday night, it kicks off its 41st installment -- it's one of the oldest film festivals in the United States... Read more

Arcade Fire to set Dallas aflame on Saturday


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Arcade Fire, fresh off one of the most shocking Grammy wins of all time, is touring Middle America. They'll play Dallas' Gexa Energy Pavilion on Saturday, with Okkervil River and Schmillion. Drummer Jeremy Gara talked about the indie band. Read more

Lineup is set for annual Concerts in the Garden series

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FORT WORTH -- The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra's Concerts in the Garden are slated to return this summer with a just-announced lineup of jazz, pop and classics that begins when Asleep at the Wheel rolls into town and ends with a July Fourth fireworks picnic. Read more

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