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Posts Tagged ‘1919 Hemphill’
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Hemphill Street: Irie Times

Now that revitalization is underway, what will happen to Fort Worth’s last culture clash?
PABLO ARAUZ PEÑA
The King of Hemphill just got a job interview for a dishwasher position at a local restaurant. Today he’s getting free food from a group of local activists at the parking lot next to Eddie’s Fried Chicken & Beer, at the...


Dollie Barnes

Concert Review: The Quarter Moon FemFest at Happi Haus

James Talambas
D.I.Y. is alive and well in Fort Worth. In fact, it has been a long-standing robust movement for decades, with an attitude of, “If we want something done we do it ourselves.” That is just what Kimberly Briley thought when s...



Escapades

Mea Culpa, 1919 Hemphill

Steve Steward
With complete sincerity, I would like to apologize to the people of 1919 Hemphill for getting some facts wrong in my column last week about going to a show at the bar across the street. (Stick with me.) I said that 1919’s mot...


Clear Acid’s approximately 30-minute set flooded the space with torrents of distortion and reverb.

Welcome, 1912 Club

Steve Steward
As far as I know, the people who run the seminal all-ages venue 1919 Hemphill are cool and non-judgy about whatever funtoxicants a person enjoys everywhere else. It’s just that 1919 is committed to being a safe place for mino...



FOGG

Top 5 Shows

Steve Steward
1) If you ever went to the late, great Where House, you may have noticed a red building a few blocks north on Hemphill, obviously a bar, with the grimace-inducing message “We Don’t ID” written on the front door. Called 19...


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Top 5 Shows

ANTHONY MARIANI
1.) Lots of out-of-towners are among us this weekend, here for the big college football playoff championship game between Ohio State and Oregon on Monday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, and we can only assume that at least so...



longshots

Top 5 Shows

ANTHONY MARIANI
1.) To help raise funds for Ashley, a young woman battling cancer, a bunch of talented local lads and lasses will gather on Saturday night at The Grotto (517 University Dr., 817-882-9331). The headliners will be the loud and ro...


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Top 5 Shows

ANTHONY MARIANI
1.) I’m not saying Fred’s Texas Café (915 Currie St., 817-332-0083) is small, just that the West 7th beer-and-burger institution might not be big enough to contain all of the gigantic gospel-psych-funk fury that living leg...



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Top 5 Shows

ANTHONY MARIANI
1.) I couldn’t see what he couldn’t see in this style of music that was so important to me. Well, that was so important to me as a kid. “The melodies are catchy, the rhythms are driving –– I don’t understand what’...


chris

Top 5 Shows

ANTHONY MARIANI
1.) At the bar the other night, Telegraph Canyon frontman Chris Johnson was celebrating his band’s last day in the studio. The follow-up to 2009’s The Tide and The Current (seems like decades ago, right?) should be out earl...