Archive for October, 2016

Camp Bowie District Pub Crawl

Anthony Mariani
In honor of National Beer Day, Thu., Apr. 7, Camp Bowie District will present the inaugural Camp Bowie District Pub Crawl to raise money for boulevard beautification projects.   There will be three stops: Blue Sushi Sake Grill...

Nolan Ryan Noogies Chuck Greenberg

Jeff Prince
Hey, you, Texas Rangers former CEO Chuck Greenberg…say hello to my leetle friend:

I’m Your Cap’n, I’m Your Cap’n

Jimmy Fowler
I wrung my hands over recent reports that Cap’n Crunch cereal was being phased out by PepsiCo, which is owner of Quaker Oats, the ship that floats Captain Horatio Magellan Crunch on the high seas of sugar-encrusted breakfast ...

Ryder Richards Coming to Art Corridor II

Anthony Mariani
A native of New Mexico who earned his MFA from TCU, Ryder Richards will be having a solo exhibition at Art Corridor II (Tarrant County College Southeast, 2100 Southeast Pkwy., Arlington). Pow[d]er will open on Thu., Mar. 24, wi...

Exciting Times For Pokemon Fans

Jeff Prince
Grapevine Mills is hosting two days of Pokemon madness this weekend with a hands-on demo of the Pokemon Black Version and White Version video games. Fans can also screen the new movie Pokemon–Zoroark: Master of Illusions ...

Free Gutterth CD: A Smidge of FW Flavor

Anthony Mariani
Drug Mountain, Two Knights, and Mount Righteous are three 817 bands whose music is included in a free digital compilation album from multi-faceted Dallas label Gutterth Productions. The rest of Gutterth Compilation Three is ful...

Film Shorts

OPENING: Battle: Los Angeles (PG-13) Aaron Eckhart and Bridget Moynahan star in this apocalyptic sci-fi thriller about a U.S. Marine battalion trying to survive in the face of a global invasion by an alien race. Also with Miche...

Night & Day

WED ? 9 Q Cinema returns for its spring series with The Lesbian Short Film Festival, a collection of 10 shorts that includes the well-reviewed, stereotype-reversing Don’t Mess With Texas. There are also some highly unusual en...

Drilling for Hardware

OK, it’s not the Pulitzer Prize or the Nobel, but Fort Worth Weekly is honored to receive this year’s Environmental Reporting Award given by the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club. The group hands out about a dozen statew...

Tracking Ghostbreakers

New York City’s trailblazing ABC affiliate picks up a Fort Worth filmmaking team’s ghostly spoof.
Fort Worth filmmaker Benjamin Wilbanks, 33, calls himself “a Spielberg baby” –– Wilbanks’ childhood in Cleburne was steeped in blockbuster movies like Raiders of the Lost Ark, Back to the Future, The Goonies, and, of ...