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In the galleries: Betsy Price high school art competition at Shipping & Receiving Warehouse


Courtesy Fort Works Art

The first Betsy Price Citywide High School Art competition will name a winner at 4 p.m. Sunday. From high schools around Fort Worth came 243 entries. The 33 finalists were chosen by jurors Andrea Karnes, curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and Benito Huerta, director/curator of the Ga... Read more

‘Newsies’ rises from Razzies to razzle-dazzle



Most of the time, a flop stays flopped. But on rare occasions, it gets a second or third chance to emerge from the dustbins of history. Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: May 1-7, 2015

Mayfest 7


The season of festivals continues with Mayfest in Fort Worth and Cinco de Mayo in Denton. Plus, there’s the Kentucky Derby, the NFL Draft Party and something rotten in Denmark. Read more

5 reasons to see ‘Newsies’ in Dallas



The hit Broadway musical Newsies is coming to the Winspear Opera House this week. If you’re wondering whether it&... Read more

Review: Gruesome ‘Dog Days’ an ear-splitting, profanity-laced opera

Dog Days dress rehearsal


If you’d like a powerful shot of Grand Guignol in your evening’s entertainment, the Read more

Review: After stormy start, ‘La Traviata’ opens Fort Worth Opera Festival at Bass Hall

La Traviata Review

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Verdi’s popular opera repeats during the festival on May 3 and 9. Read more

Inside the houses on the Fort Worth AIA Homes Tour

0401 NEW Indulge AIA Home Tour


Spring brings so many rewarding reasons to get out of the house — fields of bluebonnets, art-filled streets of local festivals and the exquisite houses on the American Institute of Architects Homes Tour. Read more

Art review: Blockbuster Abelló exhibition at Meadows Museum


Courtesy Meadows Museum

The first of the year’s two great Spanish art exhibitions has opened at the Meadows Museum. Read more

Mario Garcia Torres reveals his take on earthworks


Courtesy of Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Contemporary conceptual artist Mario Garcia Torres, who lives and works in Mexico City, has built a career examining the works of artists past, incorporating their work and extending conversations that began decades ago. Most recently, he looked into the earthworks of Robert Smithson (1938-1973),... Read more

Arts writers’ picks: USA Film Festival

1 USA Film Festival: Sunday is the last day for the USA Film Festival, where you can catch the comedy Welcome To Me, starring Kristen Wiig and Tim Robbins (7:30 p.m.); the documentary The Best of Enemies, about t... Read more

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