Posts Tagged ‘arlington’

Shhhh! On Shuttle

Jeff Prince
People bitching about the high cost of parking at the new Dallas Cowboys stadium might want to consider the “Shuttle Deal” at J. Gilligan’s, 400 E. Abram St., in Arlington. If you go to Gilligan’s before the game, order...


We Are Not Amused

Jimmy Fowler
I’ve never sampled the wings at Wing Stop, now being touted incessantly as “the official wings of the Dallas Cowboys,” but their TV ad featuring Troy Aikman and Jerry Jones mock-squabbling over the last wing cracks me up ...



Gallery

Anthony Mariani
TCC English instructor Gregory Bade found ways to combine his love of photography and auto racing, and now he has a show at their Southeast Campus. Afternoon Thunder includes photographs that Bade took at Texas Motor Speedway, ...


Rabbit Redux

JIMMY FOWLER
What a strange play is Harvey, Mary Chase’s 1944 Pulitzer Prize winner. It’s as dated and syrupy sweet as a fruitcake, yet it also contains punchy comic repartee and an otherworldly charm that’s grown more pot...



Arlington is so Phat

dan.mcgraw
We keep seeing all these studies ranking cities with all sorts of categories, and it often gives me tired head. But when we are #1 in some category, we like to take notice.   Men’s Health magazine did a study to find the cit...


Electroshock Show

Gallery
Arlington’s F6 Gallery holds a one-night art show this Saturday featuring the works of 23 artists exploring the impact of art inspired by electronics, whether it’s digitally manipulated images or simply paintings of...



Monumental

Kultur
After three years, FWSO finally completes its ambitious Mahler cycle.


Veinticuatro!

Laurie Barker James
Restaurants come and go, and in Southwest Arlington, the turnover is especially pronounced.



Boxers and Boyfriends

Big Ticket
Pastiche seems to be the thing with our theater troupes, at least for this week.


Waxing Aimless

There’s a lot of movement but not much point to The Book of Liz at Theatre Arlington.
Stage
Just before last Saturday’s performance of The Book of Liz, a Theatre Arlington staffer gave an odd little speech to the audience.