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Arlington residents can also attend DreamFest, a celebration of Arlington and its community, from 5 to 10 p.m. April 29 at Levitt Pavilion. Read moreBaseball, boxing and free concerts in this week's To-Do List
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With the weather warming up and the end of the semester approaching, Arlington residents and students can enjoy a staged reading of The Game by Brian George or play pickleball and go produce shopping during Produce & Pickle.
Damon Carney, actor and owner of The Tin Cup, uses elements of acting and Southern hospitality to serve smiles and welcome folks to the deli.
Students share their experiences with college life’s struggles while also fasting for the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
Arlington residents have the opportunity to get artsy with theater and comedy, open air painting, a country music concert and more.
The Walk Of Fame features 21 bronze medallions at the foot of the theater’s entrance, embossed with a name, star and an icon detailing their field of accomplishment.
The indie 2D platformer draws inspiration from Nintendo's Wario Land series, delivering absurd '90s visuals and seamless gameplay in a six and a half hour runtime.
Dallas-based singer MurieL is beginning to make her mark on the music world.
While Egyptians first thought of pie crusts, it was the English who popularized apple pies, which have ended up on most Americans’ dinner tables.
The film, which premiered on Hulu on March 23, follows the journey of a suburban mother in the ’60s looking to get a legal abortion. While muted at times, there were powerful moments to remind the audience about the current state of nationwid…
Acting junior William Tanner Mobley’s film, Ad Nauseum, placed first this year in UTA’s Alphabet Soup 48 Hours Film Competition after his movie, Efflictim, won last year. His next project will be as an actor in UTA’s theater adaptation of Rom…
The Walk of Fame will honor the talent that has passed through Theatre Arlington's stage, from award-winning musicians to television actors and authors.
The effort to rename Woolf Hall brings the former UTA President Jack Woolf’s legacy into question.
As spring break approaches, Arlington residents have plenty of opportunities to have fun on their week off, from baseball tours to comedy nights.
The session, led by associate history professor James Sandy, dove into the DC comic Sgt. Rock and the United States' idealization of World War II through the comics.
The 95th Academy Awards will take place March 12 and will be televised on ABC in the U.S.
The origin of Irish stouts dates back to London in the 1700s, where the rich and bold flavor was brewed through Irish innovation
As spring break draws near, Arlington residents can look forward to music festivals, video game tournaments and more this week in the Metroplex.
UTA’s performance of Sweeney Todd has been nine months in the making, and will premiere March 1 at the Mainstage Theatre in the Fine Arts building.
Artist Juan Velázquez has painted over 150 murals in communities across Texas.
Thrill-seekers can visit River Legacy Park for the grand opening of a zipline and ropes course Friday, and trivia lovers can head over to Division Brewing to play and enjoy local brews.
The musical will be put on from March 1 to 5 at the Mainstage of the Fine Arts building. Performances will be held at 7:30 p.m. on March 1 through 4 and 2 p.m. on March 5.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe and Octopath Traveler II will be released today. Also, Professor Layton and the New World of Steam and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom were also announced as this year’s potential releases.
The Shorthorn talks to Black campus leaders about why it’s important to honor Black History Month.
Residents can also attend the 113th anniversary of local restaurant David's Barbecue or bring their children to a talent show.
The oh-so-divisive genre is making a comeback, as A-list stars are jumping on projects and audience is reacting to it through positive box office numbers.
For Valentine’s Day, The Shorthorn asked students to share their personal love stories of how they met their partners. Here are their responses.
There's plenty for gamers to look forward to in the first quarter of 2023 and beyond, from fighting games to remakes and role-playing games.
With musical bingo, a silent dance party and a singles night, there are plenty of opportunities to get out and dance this week. If you're interested in something slower, take a figure drawing class at Create Arlington.
You’re reading From Scratch, a series deconstructing the food we eat (and drinks we drink) to explore their history, variety and the ways we consume them.
Arlington residents can venture out from their homes after last week's freeze and enjoy activities around the city, from music performances to trivia at a bar.
The ceremony will take place Sunday and will air live on CBS, or can be watched on demand and streamed live on Paramount+. This year’s nominees include Beyoncé, Adele, Harry Styles, Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar.
With campus closed down, students took the opportunity to go outside and make memories. For many, this is their first exposure to snow, and they were excited to share the experience with others.
Everything Everywhere All At Once is leading the 2023 Oscars race with 11 nominations. While Asian-led films are more embraced by critics and audiences, there’s still a long way to go.
As the cost of eggs have increased due to a highly pathogenic flu, restaurants and bakeries are dealing with the hardships of keeping the menu prices stable.
Wrestling fans can also catch the second year of Bout at the Ballpark at Globe Life Field. For artists, Create Arlington is offering an open studio session with nude models.
While blockbusters like Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever and Avatar: The Way of Water are still in theaters, people can now watch Everything Everywhere All at Once, Elvis and Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio on different platforms before the ceremony.