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The Big Deal: Stage West Presents ‘Bad Jews’

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Modernity versus tradition. Religion versus culture. See the conflict in ‘Bad Jews’ at Stage West.

The Big Deal: Casa Mañana Presents ‘Junie B. Jones, The Musical’

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Win tickets to take your Junie B. fans to see ‘Junie B. Jones, The Musical’ at Casa Mañana. This is not top secret personal beeswax stuff.

Art&Seek Jr: 11 Lively Events To Honor The Dead

Get a jump on the spookiest time of the year with these Day of the Dead events.

Jim Covault To Retire From Stage West Leadership In 2016

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At different times since 1980, he’s been actor, director, set designer and co-producing director there. But next year, Jim Covault will be releasing the administrative reins at Stage West.

Saturday Spotlight – Pop Up Art And Music From The Exhibitionists

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The Fort Worth art collective/museum employees are throwing a party. An art party.

The Exhibitionists Are Making A Spectacle Of Themselves

A brand-new visual arts group in Fort Worth? Check. Clever name – the Exhibitionists? Check. But more than 60 artists displaying their work in the very first show? Wait. Who are these people now?

The Big Deal: Texas Ballet Theater Presents “Dracula”

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Like your theater-going experiences with a little bite? Then sign up to win this Big Deal, tickets to see Ben Stevenson’s “Dracula.”

Art&Seek Jr: Five Fantastic Family-Friendly Fall Festivals

It’s fall in North Texas, and that means it’s festival time. Grab the kiddies and try one of these on for size.

Kehinde Wiley At The Modern: Injecting Color Into Our Cultural History

Kehinde Wiley’s become an art star with his flamboyant, revisionary portaits – painting African-Americans in hip-hop gear or designer gowns as if they were in works by Old Masters. The Modern has a major retrospective that showcases Wiley’s dazzling, sometimes deliberately kitschy artworks. Plus VIDEO.

Laura Wilson’s Love Letter to the American West

Guest blogger Gail Sachson heads to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth for a retrospective of the photographer’s work.

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