23 days ago | Arts & Culture News
A father’s gaze wanders searchingly off in the distance as his wife dusts the binding of a book. Standing behind them, their son reads what his father has discovered. The vibrant painting represents the Kinsey family, whose collection is now on di...
25 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Celebrated journalist Bob Woodward told an audience at the University of Texas at Arlington last week what the Rolling Stones knew all along: Time is on our side. While reflecting on his reporting of Watergate, Woodward, an associate editor at The...
1 month ago | Food News
When you're gathering and doctoring cattle across thousands of acres of Texas backcountry, chances are there may not be a food truck in sight. But there could be a chuck wagon, and people will be gathering around it playing music and telling stori...
1 month ago | Arts & Culture News
In a fast-paced world teeming with technology, one man is slowing things down to a snail’s pace. “I’m in love with snail mail, always have been,” says Alex Kurkowski, who founded Tellinga, a company whose name is sort of shorthand for “telling a s...
2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
’Art lovers will have lots to revel about during the fifth annual Party on the Porch at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth. The iconic building, named after former Star-Telegram publisher Amon G. Carter Sr., closed in June for an...
Bill Schahn, 90, Plays Piano for Nursing Home Residents After Traveling the World and Teaching Beyoncé’s Teacher2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
On a hot August afternoon, 90-year-old Bill Schahn puts aside his black suit coat to play piano and sing for the residents who’d gathered in the dining area of a Fort Worth retirement home. Between songs, Schahn provides commentary, and the crowd,...