Posts Tagged ‘american’

What’s a Little Hate Among Friends?

Gov. Rick Perry is promoting a prayer assembly on Aug. 6 at Reliant Stadium in Houston. How commendable! And pious! Just tell Static where to kneel! After all, Perry asked everybody to pray for rain during this summer’s wildf...

November Reign

Stage West tackles an acerbic political satire.
Stage West’s current production of David Mamet’s acidic political comedy November is the fourth show directed by Dana Schultes, who serves as the company’s director of development. She is, of course, well known to Fort Wo...

Leaving Afghanistan

It’s beyond satire. U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates, telling The New York Times what he had learned during his long tenure, explained that “I will always be an advocate in terms of wars of necessity. I am just much more...

Zippy’s All-American Comfort

The nearly decade-old classic downtown diner is finding its niche in a new part of town.
In a cozy corner at North Main and 20th streets near the Stockyards sits Zippy’s All-American Grill, a no-nonsense restaurant that was located downtown for nearly a decade. In an area oversaturated with Mex-Mex and Tex-Mex op...

Night & Day

WED ? 4 What does a Native American composer sound like when writing within the traditions of Western classical music? You can find out when Other Arts hosts an open rehearsal of an untitled work by Navajo composer Raven Chacó...

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
WED · 20 Sometimes the movie theaters are full of deadheads watching bad movies, but tonight they’ll be full of Deadheads watching The Grateful Dead Movie, a re-release of Leon Gast’s 1977 documentary chronicling the iconi...

Joe Barton: Not Too Bright

How many energy industry lobbyists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Hardly a day goes by that I don’t hear someone around here complaining about politicians who are ignoring the will of the people or not measuring up as a representative of the people. Folks are all fired up and want something...

Pure Animals Out of Paper

Amphibian’s investigation of personalities under stress is a must-see.
“Everything is a gift of the universe,” wrote the late Buddhist author Ken S. Keyes Jr. Of course, this can be difficult to believe if your spouse has recently dumped you or a loved one has died violently or you’re an...

An Immodest Proposal

Think about this one: drug thugs as la migra.
Tell me if this sounds familiar. The U.S. trains another country’s paramilitary forces to wage war against American enemies. Those forces do fight U.S. enemies but later change sides to become a different, perhaps greater men...

The Tingler

Fort Worth author-historian Michael H. Price manifests a passion for pulp, pop, and cult.
You could fill most of this page with the passions and projects of veteran Fort Worth journalist-author Michael H. Price. The 63-year-old currently writes a column for the Fort Worth Business Press as well as for the online edi...