Archive for July, 2016
As always with Gallery Night, there are lots of shows that are up only for the night. Among these is the open studio on Race Street called The Work Room, which combines both private working space and public exhibition space for...
Texas’ guardianship law leaves the elderly open to abuses from a cozy system.
Dorothy Luck was enjoying the fruits of a lifetime of hard work: a well-cared-for house, a good-running Cadillac Deville, a million dollars in a bank account, another million in annuities, and a monthly income from investments ...
Sol de Luna isn’t your typical fast-food Tex-Mex joint.
Until it closed a few months ago, Red Cactus was one of the most popular lunch spots in TCUland, offering fresh, cheap, and fast Tex-Mex in a brightly lit, antiseptic, fast food-esque dining room. Despite its popularity, howeve...
In his first local appearance since winning the last Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Vadym Kholodenko will open the Cliburn Concert Series on Tuesday with an unusual Rachmaninoff program in Bass Performance Hall. I...
A living subject gives the biopic Winnie Mandela its biggest problems.
The biography Winnie Mandela was made back in 2010, but it’s probably coming to local theaters now because Nelson Mandela is approaching the end of his life. (The great leader is getting his own biographical film later this y...
A terrorist’s lawyers can’t escape the British government’s eyes in Closed Circuit.
Paranoid political thrillers crested in the 1970s, but I’m looking forward to a new wave of them inspired by the revelations by Edward Snowden and others about the extent to which our digital trails are being snooped on. Perh...