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Kate, invitees to her dream dinner party include Captain America, Vincent Van Gogh, Winston Churchill and Taylor Swift.

An Approval of Senior Testing

The 1259-page “A History of the Modern World” by R. R. Palmer is my nemesis. Carrying it into school every day, my back cries out and my eyes burn from last night’s close examination...

Arts in DFW: Murals

42 Murals Project Deep Ellum, Dallas In the heart of Deep Ellum, the 42 Murals Project seeks to breathe life into the walls of Dallas’s historic arts district. Organized by businessman Scott Rohrman, the...

A Guide to Dorm Design

Basic Things You’ll Forget You Need Cleaning supplies Vacuum Duster If you’re in a suite, toilet paper, toilet brush, hand towels, hand soap A case of water bottles A first aid kit, with band-aids, Advil,...

ArtsCast Episode 9: The Akola Project

In this episode of Artscast, The Fourcast visited The Akola Project, a non-profit jewelry store in Deep Ellum. Started 11 years ago by Southern Methodist University alumnae Brittany Underwood, Akola works to empower women...

Millennials Side with Radicals

It’s “cool” to support Bernie Sanders, a 74-year-old socialist. He’s loud, opinionated, idealistic, simplistic, impractical and all-together unconventional. But his policies are polarizing the public against what we know as the Democratic Party, the...

Super-Feud is A Super-Flop

Shot like a wannabe-arthouse film, directed like a cheap video game and filmed like a cliché  crime show, “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” is a mess. Despite excellent special effects, an Academy Award-winning...

Fourcast’s Oscar Predictions 2016

With the 88th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 28, Fourcast’s Arts & Entertainment Editor Kate Clement picked a list of her favorites for winning each category. Best Picture Predicted: “The Revenant” or “Spotlight” My Pick:...

A Feminist in “Disguise”

There has been much controversy around the deeper meaning of toys in recent years. From the rise of engineering toys specifically for girls, like GoldieBlox, to accusations of gender stereotyping with certain toys, like...

Arts in the DFW: February 2016

NEW IMPRESSIONS Kimbell Art Museum Alfred Sisley is not one of the more well-known Impressionists — at least to Americans. What I learned when I visited Europe, however, is that most of Sisley’s true...

Artscast Episode 8: The Bruce Wood Dance Company

  ArtsCast went behind the scenes into one of Dallas’ most renowned dance companies, the Bruce Wood Dance Project, as they prepared for their then-upcoming performance for the Holidays, “Mistletoe Magic.” BWDP was established in...