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Bass family art collection to be shown at the Kimbell


Courtesy of the Kimbell Art Museum

The private art collection of Fort Worth philanthropists Nancy Lee and Perry Bass will go on exhibit at the Kimbell Art Museum in March, the museum announced today. Read more

Theater review: ‘By the Way, Meet Vera Stark’


Mike Morgan Photography

With By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, playwright Lynn Nottage followed her weightier, Congo-set Pulitzer Prize-winning Ruined with another work that asks tough questions about black history; specifically about how the stories of African-Americ... Read more

Instagram contest: America the Beautiful in DFW

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DFW.com/Ron Jenkins

Hey all you Instagrammers. We want to know what “America the Beautiful” looks like to you. It could be a rusty pickup truck, an apple pie, a flag viewed at a cool perspective, or a beat-up old barbecue smoker. Read more

Review: Eddie Izzard at Majestic Theatre

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“Boundless” doesn’t seem a large enough word for Eddie Izzard’s brand of comedy. Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: June 27-July 3, 2014


From the Fab Four to a country king, a summer movie classic to a sky’s worth of Fourth of July fireworks, we’ve got you covered this week. Read more

Theater review: ‘Hope and Gravity’ at Circle Theatre


Leah Layman

FORT WORTH — Because we are all fallen, falling is a natural state of being. Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: June 20-26, 2014

2014 CMA Music Festival - Day 2


Summer picks up speed with Blake Shelton at Gexa, samurais at the Kimbell, Concerts in the Garden, a party in the Seventh Street District, a three-day stand from Eddie Izzard in Dallas and more. Read more

‘Comedy of Errors’ is mighty funny


Trinity Shakespeare Festival

The Trinity Shakespeare Festival at TCU might be called to task for false advertising for its production of The Comedy of Errors, which opened there Friday. Read more

Theater review: ‘Black Boy Fly’ at Jubilee Theatre


Jubilee Theatre

FORT WORTH — Jubilee Theatre, which typically presents known works, did something a bit different last weekend by showcasing Black Boy Fly¸ a new work by 19-year-old Jordan Cooper, who recently graduated from L.D. Bell High School. The production, showing ... Read more

Theater review: ‘Titanic’ at Irving’s Lyric Stage


James Jamison

The voices sail to the heavens, but the production is sunk by the visuals. Read more

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