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Elvis Sandwich At Wild Rooster Bar

Jeff Prince
If you want to honor the 33rd anniversary of Elvis’ death without driving all the way to Graceland, head to The Wild Rooster Bar on Camp Bowie Boulevard and eat their “Legendary Elvis Sandwich.” Check out thes...


Lights Out for “At the Movies”

Kristian Lin
A bit of TV history dies in a few hours when the last new episode of At the Movies is broadcast at 3:40 a.m. local time. Don’t feel bad if you don’t stay up to watch. I’m not doing it, for one thing. For anoth...



Texas Rangers Cut Prices After Slashing Hicks

Jeff Prince
Now that Nolan Ryan’s bunch has taken over as the new owner of the Texas Rangers, good things are already happening. Price cuts outlined at this site show how profanely greedy the ballpark had gotten under former owner To...


FWISD Administrators Put on Administrative Leave in AHHS Investigation

betty.brink
In the Fort Worth schools’ investigation of alleged wrongdoings at Arlington Heights High School that is reported in this week’s paper, “Powder Keg,” the school district has just announced that former Heights pr...



SceneShop Grows Up

Jimmy Fowler
This is the second and final weekend of SceneShop’s August collection of short, original theatrical works called All Grown Up: Choices, Loss, Lust, Regret, Sadness, Surprise, and Vodka. (Whew!) Natalie Gaupp’s “A Box of V...


David Casstevens Gets Freaky!

Jeff Prince
The bare-butted folks at the Wildwood nudist colony received another visit from a reporter. Fort Worth Weekly intern Sarah Perry shucked her clothes and immersed herself into a story there last summer. Now comes Fort Worth Star...



The Return of “Brewster McCloud”

Jimmy Fowler
One of my favorite 1970s movie rarities was just released on DVD – Robert Altman’s trippy, chaotic, and sweet-natured Icarus riff Brewster McCloud (1970). It arrived in theaters after M*A*S*H and before McCabe and Mrs Mille...


Wise Words To The Wide-Eyed

Jeff Prince
Interns learn a lot from the veteran journalists here at Fort Worth Weekly. Take for instance this actual exchange from yesterday: Intern: “Is there a better job than being a journalist? I don’t think so. Today I he...



Ed Smith’s Sweet, Stormy “Blues”

Jimmy Fowler
This week’s ”Stage” page offers an interview with Ed Smith, the outgoing artistic director of Jubilee Theatre. Smith directed Jubilee’s current revue Blues in the Night and is unquestionably responsible for injecting dr...


Kinky Gubernatorial Observations

Jeff Prince
The current edition of Texas Monthly contains a Kinky Friedman column with some funny observations about the gubernatorial election, written by “the only man on earth who’s had the misfortune of running against both...