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Wonders

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 30 - Dallas Theater Center’s world premiere of Samuel D. Hunter’s Clarkston (intended as a companion piece for a play called Lewiston premiering elsewhere in 2016) is drawing rave reviews from the area’s theater criti...


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The New Normal

Steve Steward
When I was thinking about all the places I wrote about in 2015 (this was after I’d written last week’s Last Call), I realized that I’ve had a comparatively tame year of roaming around the 817’s drinking scene. You’d t...



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D-Jection

Fort Worth Weekly
Welcome to the NFC East, the NFL’s version of four eunuchs fighting over a condom. The collective incompetence of the New York Giants, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Washington Racist Nicknames have kept the Dallas Cowboys ...


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Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 16 - It was North Texas’ own Gene Autry (who hailed from Tioga) who first recorded the song Frosty the Snowman in 1950. Decades later, Casa Mañana is spending the holiday season by keeping the old chestnut alive and putt...



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Philadelphia Gold

Steve Steward
I’ve been out of town for the past week and a half, lugging my rock ’n’ roll hopes and dreams around the Midwest, the South, and the Mid-Atlantic, playing to tens of people, choking down bad food, and trying not to get co...


Everything made in-house at Polanco’s Mexican Kitchen was a treat. Photo by Lee Chastain.

A Tale of Two Polanco’s

The food is great at Polanco’s Mexican Kitchen, except when it’s poured from a box.
LAUREN PHILLIPS
It was a slow, lazy Sunday evening when my guests and I pulled up to Polanco’s Mexican Kitchen in southeast Arlington. The joint was so empty that we worried it might be closed, but our server warmly welcomed us. We were seat...



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Jurassic Park

It’s taken a decade for historic land along the Trinity in Arlington to go from lawless to flawless.
Karen Gavis
Art Sahlstein has seen it all. From his two-story home in Euless, the 59-year-old recently re-married father of three recalls mud flying from the tires of four-wheel drive vehicles, a screaming, mosquito-slapping wild man, and ...


Art by Amy Minton

Getting & Spending

Fort Worth Weekly
Customer Service Readers’ choice: Perfect Touch, 3023 Bledsoe St, Ste 103 Critic’s choice: Caliber Collision, 2510 White Settlement Rd A couple of months ago, a Weeklyteer got bumped from behind by a guy on his cellphone. W...



Art by Matt Trisler

People & Places

Fort Worth Weekly
                    Fort Worth Councilperson Critic’s choice: Cary Moon He’s new to politics and could turn out to be a hero or a goat, but Moon has already done something t...


Art by Natalie Ibarra

Good Grub

Fort Worth Weekly
Mexican Breakfast Critic’s choice:  La Tortilandia, 1112 W Berry St The massive size of the inexpensive breakfast burritos ($3.25) at La Tortilandia may limit their portability, so have a forklift ready if you plan on taking...