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Texas Ballet Theater takes bold steps forward


Fans of local dance can think of Ben Stevenson’s decade-plus tenure at the Texas Ballet Theater in waves. Read more

Review: Cirque, Fort Worth Symphony soar as one

Years ago, you would have never associated the circus with the symphony. Read more

Arts writers’ picks for the week: ‘While We’re Young’ in theaters



1 While We’re Young: Director Noah Baumbach ( The Squid and the Whale, Frances Ha, Greenberg) has made his most commercial film, one starring Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts. But i... Read more

In the galleries: The Dallas Art Fair


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The Dallas Art Fair opens Friday for a three-day run of international galleries exhibiting the work of their best artists. It’s a fun event, for viewing both the art and the art crowd. This year, there are newcomers from Hong Kong, Zurich, Turin, Berlin, Brussels, Vancouver, Mexico City, Bog... Read more

Spring festivals and events in DFW: 2015

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Spring is one of the best times to be in North Texas. Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: April 10-16, 2015

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Click through for things to do across DFW! Read more

Pics: Deep Ellum Arts Festival 2015

Scott Fischer

It's always a colorful crowd at this annual arts fest in the funky Dallas neighborhood. Read more

Cliburn concert to honor John Giordano

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Tuesday at Bass Hall, Jon Nakamatsu will share a very crowded piano keyboard with two others, Haochen Zhang and Andre-Michel Schub. Read more

Critics’ picks: Icelandic novel ‘The Indian’ gets a Deep Vellum translation

1 Jón Gnarr, The Indian: Dallas’ Deep Vellum Publishing is making a name for itself by translating previously unavailable foreign works, and this memoir-ish novel — the first of a trilogy ... Read more

Dallas’ Nasher Sculpture Center announces annual $100,000 prize

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram

The Nasher Sculpture Center on Thursday announced the creation of an annual International Nasher Prize for Sculpture that will include a $100,000 award. Read more

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