Posts Tagged ‘arlington’
DON'T LET THE SMILE FOOL YOU; KENT SCRIBNER SAYS HE'S SERIOUS ABOUT LEADING A FUNCTIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.

Morning News Roundup, Aug 31

Jeff Prince
K-Scrib Vows To Marshal Fort Worth Schools Kent Scribner, or K-Scrib as no one calls him, is making it clear he’s the new sheriff in town. The Fort Worth Independent School District’s brand new superintendent has, i...


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...



Gino’s East serves traditional Chicago pizzeria fare in a kitschy setting. Photo by Jordan Ricaurte.

Gino’s Arlington Style

Though it lacks authentic atmosphere, the food is worth the trip.
LAUREN PHILLIPS
It’s a mystery why anyone who isn’t in the witness protection program would move from Chicago to Arlington. The world-famous pizzeria Gino’s East has gamely made the migration, but the reputation of the place is a double-...


So much effort has been put into decorating Pansayena that you will feel right at home. Photo by Jordan Ricaurte.

Pansayena’s Undiscovered Country

With all of this delicious Mex-Mex, you may wonder why this place isn’t packed every night.
Lauren Phillips
In a nondescript shopping strip, behind a generic glass storefront, wedged between a nail salon and a dry cleaners, sits Pansayena Mexican restaurant. It is so unassuming, so far off the beaten path, it seems almost like it is ...



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Arlington Police: No Justice

Several current and former officers say APD refuses to ruffle feathers — even if one of its own is in trouble.
Steve Watkins
On a sunny October day in 2011, Paul Balson watched out the window of his Arlington home as a car with three men in it circled the block. On the third pass they pulled up to the curb in front, got out, and purposefully started ...


The Texas Tenors close out another season of Concerts in the Garden, Sun.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 1 - This year, the Farmers Market has announced it will be open on Wednesday mornings as well as Saturdays. Getting there early will not only help you beat the summer heat but also give you access to the best selection of s...



Black Violin plays at Levitt Pavilion, Sat.

Hip-Hop for Strings

Fort Worth Weekly
Be honest. When you see two African-American guys dressed in hip-hop clothes, you probably don’t think “classical string players.” Nevertheless, that describes Black Violin, the duo that has forged a whole new genre of mu...


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Rally Caps

Steve Steward
“Thirty bucks to see Sepultura at The Rail?!” That was the disappointing thought pinging around my head on Monday night when I was scouring Facebook for something to do. The Brazilian metal quartet’s Fort Worth stop was p...



Taste-of-Europe

Taste of Europe — and Russia

Chow, Baby
Since taking over this column (it will be four years next week), I’ve touted Arlington as the best bang-for-buck food town in Tarrant County. Sure, it’s growing at the pace of the Game of Thrones opening sequence, and price...


Christopher Piper and Whitney Coulter do what they need to do to survive in Jubilee Theatre’s Sunset Baby.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 27 – We can hear the half-baked generalizations coming in the title of Robert Dubac’s one-man show The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron? This performance promises more of the “Group X does this, Group Y does that” sc...