Posts Tagged ‘american’
Local author Jarid Manos spares no detail in telling of his troubled youth and inspired adulthood.
There are a lot of hard-knock stories that follow a character from the bottom of society’s barrel to a better life full of clean living.
Is the movie at the Modern this week the tip of a Fort Worth film revolution?
Bo Parker speaks in torrents. His conversation, cloaked with the terminology of marketing and design, crackles with ideas.
In keeping with the trend of presenting Latin American art as more than just Diego Rivera,
This British romantic sports slacker comedy runs pretty smoothly.
I wrote the headline on this story because I’m helpless in the face of an easy pun, but seriously, Simon Pegg isn’t fat.
Influenced by Patti Smith, Nirvana, The Clash, Neil Young, John Prine, Johnny Cash, his factory-worker father, and coal-miner and farmer grandparents, Jefferson Pepper spent two years in his home in the Conewago Mountains (Sout...
A local quartet cranks up the rhetorical noise, all the way to 111.
Home to elegant mannerists John Hartley, Nancy Lamb, Leslie Lanzotti, Jo-Ann Mulroy, and twin brothers Daniel and Dennis Blagg, Artspace 111 may be the last place you’d expect to find politically charged art.
... and a lot of great performances coming in pairs.
Usually when I assemble the picks for my year-end list of the best movies, there’s a lot of flux among the choices as I get closer to deadline.
These days, a CD titled American Disaster might sound like a political statement.
Ridley Scott tries to make the Citizen Kane of crime flicks and falls short.
The shortcomings of American Gangster are right there in the title. It’s the latest film by Ridley Scott, a director who long ago was pegged as a mythmaker.
The scariest news may be the stuff you haven’t seen yet.
David Phinney thought he’d struck journalistic gold. The veteran reporter, who has done freelance work for PBS, ABC, The New York Times, and other news companies, learned from a disgusted American contractor that the Kuwa...