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Solar Powered fest shines a light on alternative energy

For more than a decade, Austin-based Marsha Milam Music has produced free live-music events throughout Texas, including Fort Worth's KFWR/95.9 FM "The Ranch" Texas Music Series and the Fort Worth Music Festival (formerly Jazz by the Boulevard). Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: June 7-12

Stunt Dog Experience: What? Now they're exploiting man's best friend, tricking them out for moolah? Kidding. In this premiere doggie show, canines of various breeds high-jump, pole-weave and catch Frisbees. And they're much cuter than humans when they do that sort of thi... Read more

The Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: May 31-June 6

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(Courtesy ATTPAC)

Tom Sawyer (a banjo commedia): Hip Pocket Theatre co-founder Johnny Simons loves his Mark Twain, and the theater's 36th season opens with a commedia dell'arte take on one of the American author's best novels. Friday through June 24 at Silver Creek Amphitheatre, 19... Read more

Best bets for Thursday, May 31

A night (or afternoon) at the opera Read more

Hooray! It's National (Take Your Pick) Week!

Has the "National Week of ..." proclamation gotten out of hand in this country? Read more

Jan. 9 best bets: Plan ahead for a session with Betty Buckley or a seat on the art bus

Broadway star will offer six-session workshops beginning Jan. 11 at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Read more

Dirty Dozen: Entertainment picks for Dec. 15-21.

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(Deen van Meer)

Les Miz, the Von Trapp kids, Lyle Lovett and the end of the world as we know it are just a few of the fun things in store this week before Xmas. Read more

Nelson's picnic adds wider musical mix and a place to keep cool

FORT WORTH -- Addressing the sweating, cheering masses in the Rodeo Plaza before him, Billy Joe Shaver summed up Willie Nelson's 4th of July Picnic, whether he meant to or not. Read more

Preview: Q Cinema film festival in Fort Worth

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(Courtesy of Q Cinema)

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

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