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One man’s passion for color powers new ‘Phillips’ exhibit at the Kimbell


The Phillips Collection

Duncan Phillips opened the first American art museum that championed modern art in 1921 in the staid town of Washington, D.C. Eight years later, MOMA opened in New York City. Read more

Neil Simon’s ‘Plaza Suite’ checks into Onstage in Bedford


James Jamison

Onstage in Bedford’s production of Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite” saves its best for last. Read more

FWSO conductor, Bass Hall at odds over security

FWSO New Years Eve


Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, says he was kicked out of his own concert hall Sunday night after his daughter’s performance in the Fort Worth Youth Orchestra’s end-of-season concert. Read more

‘Legally Blonde’ pleases the court of opinion


Eric Younkin Jr.

Jurisprudence and fastidious hair care come together in surprising ways in “Legally Blonde: The Musical,” the movie-inspired stage show at Theatre Arlington. Read more

More than 50 artsy ways to say ‘Love you, Mom’ in DFW


Jeremy Daniel

It’s Mother’s Day weekend, and while you’ve already ordered your flowers and made brunch reservations, you know your mom really wants tickets to arts events. Read more

Top 10 things to do: May 12-18, 2017


The Kimbell Art Museum

‘A Modern Vision: European Masterworks From the Phillips Collection’ Read more

‘The Aliens’ gets lost in translation


Evan Michael Woods

When the set is the best thing in the show, you know you are in trouble. Read more

Spring Series showed why Dark Circles is one of the best dance troupes in DFW

Dark Circles Contemporary Dance's "Evermore"

Orlando Agawin

No local choreographer espouses wit more craftily than Joshua L. Peugh, founder of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance. Read more

After tragedy, Vadym Kholodenko turned to the healing power of music

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Whenever Vadym Kholodenko is on an airplane preparing to land in Dallas-Fort Worth, his thoughts turn to his girls, Nika and Michaela Maria. Read more

May: Don’t be late for these very important dates in May


Tyler Lyons

Texas Ballet Theater’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ takes the stage, Fairmount residents open their homes again, Fort Worth Zoo puts Beastro on the menu and more events for your calendar. Read more

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