Fall brings with it a rebirth of sorts. The arts begin their season, as the city's artists prepare to take on new roles, new work, new challenges. As we do every year, Style offers a critical sampling of the season's best or most interesting projects. 

Fall Arts

Three Time's a Charm
With a new director and their third new gallery space, 1708 gallery hopes to turn some heads in the national, contemporary art arena.

The Shows Will Go On
Financially-ailing Barksdale survives another season as Theatre IV takes over its management.

City Touch Ups
This year's star buildings focus on being low-key.

The Price of Programming
Why are pay networks excelling with cutting-edge programs? It's not because they can cuss on TV.

Africa Redux
Local author Dean King embarks on an adventure.

Sounds Good
Local musicians present their recording hopes and dreams for fall.

Flick Forward
TGIF! Thank God It's Fall, 'cause here come the contenders, the indies and the movies meant for more discriminating viewers.


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