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Good Luck to 1919

John Q. Reader
To the editor: I enjoyed reading Jimmy Fowler’s story on 1919 Hemphill (“Evolving at 1919,” Oct. 12, 2011). It’s a unique place for music, films, causes, and so forth — an island of blue in this area’s sea of red. W...


Evolving at 1919

The Southside DIY venue is an (underground) labor of love.
Jimmy Fowler | Photos by Willex Tindell
It’s not the kind of place that, at first glance, would make parents want to let their teenagers hang out for an evening. Inside the small two-story building on Fort Worth’s South Side, battered, dingy couches sit below ban...



High Anxieties Rise & Shine

A little label that can launches.
COLE GARNER HILL
Ramon Garcia doesn’t look like your stereotypical record label owner — he’s clearly from DIY, not corporate, ranks. His label, Rise & Shine Records, is a one-man operation, and that one man is a friendly, unassuming 2...


Various artists

How Y’All Doin’ Tonight? (Self-released)
Ken Shimamoto
With all the breast-beating and rending of garments that one periodically hears regarding the state of “the scene” here in the Fort, it’s worth remembering that DIY venue 1919 Hemphill has been in operation since 2002, ma...



Recruiting Tolerance

Hatemongers could learn a few things from this football coach.
E.R. BILLS
On my way to work a while back I saw a solitary picketer at the corner of Camp Bowie Boulevard and Cherry Lane. He had a sign in each hand and two or three on the  landscaping buggy he’d dragged to the street corner with...


Night and Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 27 UNT’s Fem Flicks series starts up again for the spring with Liz Mermin’s 2004 documentary The Beauty Academy of Kabul. The film tells the story of six American women (three of them of Afghan descent) who tr...



Night and Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 2 Taylor Hicks drops into Casa Mañana’s production of Grease to sing “Beauty School Dropout.” We think Clay Aiken would be a better fit for the song both vocally and as a stage presence, but it’s ...


Bourbon Street Blues

Big Ticket
For all of Spike Lee’s considerable achievements as a fiction filmmaker, he may be even better as a documentarian.