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Review: Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra


Special to the Star-Telegram

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s arrangement with Vadym Kholodenko is already paying dividends. The winner of the 2013 Van Cliburn competition appeared with Miguel Harth-Bedoya and the orchestra in Bass Hall on Friday night and gave a grand demonstration of his musical gift. Read more

In the galleries: “Needles to Mojave” at brand 10 art space


Courtesy of brand 10 art space

“Needles to Mojave,” at brand 10 art space in Fort Worth, is an exhibit that recounts the cross-country adventure of Dallas-based artist Johnny Robertson. From here to as far west as he could drive, he recorded the entire trip, unedited, from the passenger seat of his car, so you, t... Read more

Theater review: ‘The Mystery of Edwin Drood’

The Mystery Of Edwin Drood

Stolen Shakespeare Guild

Rupert Holmes’ The Mystery of Edwin Drood is one of those musicals you forget how much you love until you see a performance as vibrant as the one that opens Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s ninth season. Read more

Review: Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society presents Denis Azabagic

Denis Azabagic

Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society

It is apparently hard to rattle Denis Azabagic. Read more

Critics’ picks: ‘Once Upon a Time in America’ on Blu-ray

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1 Once Upon a Time in America — Extended Director’s Cut on Blu-ray: Director Sergio Leone’s final film, starring Robert De Niro and James Woods, enjoyed an ignominious reception upon its ini... Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: Oct. 24-30, 2014


Six Flags

Click ahead to see this week’s Dirty Dozen, your weekly 12 pack o’ fun to what’s going on in DFW. Read more

Review: Hall Ensemble gives enjoyable, informal concert at coffee house


Brad Loper

Someone undoubtedly had history in mind when planning Sunday evening’s opening of the Hall Ensemble’s fourth season. Read more

Theater review: ‘Fellowship!’ at Circle Theatre


Leah Layman

This show has a familiar ring to it, but you are probably not going to recognize it on sight. Read more

Interview: Humor’s all in the family in ‘My Mother’s Italian’

Scott Theatre

Scott Theatre

When you go to a play called My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Therapy!, the title clearly lays it out for you. Perhaps that is why audiences have been flocking to this one-man show by Steve Solomon all over the country since the ... Read more

Review: Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth


Cliburn Foundation

To title a program two-thirds of which is devoted to masterpieces of Mozart and Beethoven “French Romantics Plus” seems a little perverse, especially when the remaining one-third is music by Fauré. Read more

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