Archive for October, 2015

Pinkish Black Lights Up

Dark times underlie their dark music, but this Fort Worth duo is on the move.
Even the family tree of band names reads like the cast of some creation myth culled from the collective human consciousness: Ohm was the first, from which came Yeti, who begat The Great Tyrant, from whose ashes arose Pinkish Bl...

The Haystack and two-meat plate are well worth a trip to Saginaw. Lee Chastain

All Aboard!

Hop on out to Saginaw for Avondale Station’s superb ’cue.
It takes a special type of dedication for a restaurant owner to stock his or her menu almost entirely with made-from-scratch items. The decision to use pre-cut versus hand-cut fries or store-bought versus homemade dressing begs...

The Harvest screens as part of Movies That Matter, Sat.

Documentary Matters

The quarterly film series Movies That Matter comes to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth this weekend, screening socially conscious documentaries free of charge to the first viewers who show up and bringing in guest speakers t...

“Fromage” could have been perfect if Smith had been less literal.

Uplifted Spirit

Heavy-handedness keeps Jerry Smith’s exhibit from achieving glory.
In the annals of Fort Worth contemporary art, Vernon Fisher probably looms the largest. And for good reason. The veteran multimedia artist and painter is a complete badass. There’s really nothing that pops up in his head that...

AUTUMN AT TANDY HILLS (all photos courtesy by Don Young)

Tandy Hills Natural Area Closes Out Another Year In Colorful Style

Jeff Prince
Autumn brings a cavalcade of color and beauty at Tandy Hills Natural Area, and the park’s number one supporter Don Young captured the season on his camera. Young has made friends and enemies during his decade-long fight t...