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Christopher Kelly writes about movies, food, books, art and popular culture for DFW.com. Born in the outer-borough splendor of Staten Island, New York, Chris has long since lost his Sopranos-like accent, but not his love of street festivals or for the 1988 Mike Nicholsí masterpiece Working Girl. He has a secret fondness for VH-1 reality programs and Jay-Z albums.

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Christopher Kelly's Sundance filmfest preview

People love to hate Sundance, but it still means a lot -- to filmmakers and fans. Read more

Commentary: The Arizona shootings, and why nothing is going to change

In the wake of the shootings in Tucson, we should mourn civility's death, too. Read more

Fanboy in Cowtown: For 10 years, it's been good to be a geek

From iPods to iPads, Avatars to zombies, we bid farewell to the Decade of the Geek. Read more

Casey James does a Christmas night drop-in at Buttons

The 'American Idol' local hero jammed with the bluesmen on Sunday night. Read more

Bring a toy to Potbelly, get a free cookie

The Toys for Tots benefit lasts through Monday. Read more

AMC Dine-In Theatres takes dinner-and-a-movie to fancytown

At the new AMC Dine-In Theatres at Grapevine Mills, you can take a load off (even take a nap!) and tuck into a big supper at your seat. Read more

Atheist bus ads belong here, like 'em or not

COMMENTARY: The controversy about atheist ads on Fort Worth buses illustrates a depressing modern trend: The zealot who yells loudest wins. Read more

Fort Wort mustache pageant raises funds, stubble

The Modeo showcases mustaches for a good cause. Read more

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' to get silver screen treatment. Again.

Details are still sketchy, but we're presuming it won't star Kristy Swanson. Read more

5 reasons to cheer the new Chuy's

An Austin favorite arrives in Fort Worth (finally) with the company's first two-story restaurant. Read more