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Inside the Perot Museum’s exhibit “2theXtreme: MathAlive!”


Oscar Williams

The newest temporary exhibit at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science answers every student’s biggest math question: “When am I ever going to use it?” Read more

Review: Sara Evans with the Fort Worth Symphony


Special to the Star-Telegram

Country chanteuse Sara Evans, who performed with the Fort Worth Symphony in a pops concert at Bass Hall on Saturday night, did not need any help with her vocals. But she sure could have used some pointers on geography. Read more

Review: Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer at Bass Hall

Several performers have brought down the house at Bass Hall but until Friday night, none of them had tried to change its name. Read more

Review: Dallas Museum of Art’s retrospective of Isa Genzken

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The Dallas Museum of Art is so very proud of its big fall exhibition, “Isa Genzken, Retrospective.” Read more

Review: The Amernet Quartet


Mait Jüriado

Haydn, Janacek and Chausson are not obscure names to most lovers of classical music, yet the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth, which presented music of the three to open its season Saturday afternoon, managed to come up with a work that was both obscure and clearly a masterpiece. Read more

Review: “Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s”

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New York in the 1980s was vibrant, dangerous and chaotic — the perfect petri dish in which street-smart artists could launch their careers. Read more

Review: Storm Large at McDavid

It was not your grandmother’s cabaret act. Read more

Review: Texas Camerata performs a program full of high points

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Special to the Star-Telegram

An evening full of beauty and, often, exuberance opened Texas Camerata’s 25th anniversary season Sunday, with soprano Ava Pine as vocalist. Read more

Review: Bruce Wood Dance Project’s ‘Lovett + More’

We’ll never know what dances had yet to come from the brilliant Bruce Wood, who died unexpectedly in May at age 53. But he left us with some 80 works, and the Bruce Wood Dance Project is determined to keep his legacy going. Read more

Review: Harth-Bedoya begins 15th season as maestro of FWSO


The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is off and running with a new season. For the man on the podium, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, there’s something a little special about this one: It’s the 15th year he has been the musical guide of the orchestra. Read more

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