It was a fine night for the choristers as the Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale joined the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and four soloists for Messiah.
Books on Elizabeth of York, Jason Bourne and a pastry chef starting over.
Author Michael Connelly discusses Mickey Haller and his plans for Harry Bosch, another favorite character.
It’s the perfect holiday movie fare, predictable and yet satisfying.
The Brentano String Quartet performed a new work by Steven Mackey for the 50th anniversary of the president’s death.
Unwrap a mystery starring Walt Longmire, Poirot, Meg Langslow and others
David Baldacci brings back King and Maxwell; Adriana Trigiani completes her Valentine trilogy; and the Founding Fathers make themselves at home.
Fifty years after JFK’s last night in Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Opera introduces an opera-in-progress, a “phantasmagoria” about the night. The preview was staged at the hotel where the Kennedys stayed.
The gallery has floor-to-ceiling windows along Camp Bowie Boulevard, so at night, when the gallery is lit and the screens are up, they make a dramatic window display.