Posts Tagged ‘camp’

Fort Worth’s African Refugee Sculptor

The road has been weary but not overwhelming for Henri Pierre Mayakapongo.
CAROLINE COLLIER
“Art is my passion,” said local metal wire sculptor Henri Pierre Mayakapongo. “If I have an idea, I need to make it.”


Camp Town

Static
We can’t help it, apparently – newsies can’t start a new year without pausing to analyze the old one, picking over its bones for trends and top-10 lists and anything else that can be turned into copy in the us...



Best Of 2009 On The Town

Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Click here to read more and see who won best Happy Hour, Wine Bar, Cheap Margarita, and more.


Personal Jesus

Books
The Oscar-nominated 2006 film Jesus Camp may have been a documentary, but it played more like a horror movie to non-religious people and to liberal believers.



Q’d Up

Fort Worth’s gay film fest turns 10, with angst, accomplishments – and fewer rainbow flags.
Jimmy Fowler
Pretend you’re hitting the Netflix web site to rent a movie for the weekend, and these are your only choices: a romantic comedy starring Ashton Kutcher and Patrick Dempsey as star-crossed lovers, an action thriller featur...


Como’s Cookin’

A black-run (and white-patronized) restaurant row is taking shape on the cusp of two neighborhoods.
JIMMY FOWLER (Photos by Vishal Malhotra)
Back in 1978, Louise King looked out the window of her Como home and noticed some city workers doing repairs on her street. It was around lunch time. She invited them in for a bite to eat — cooking and serving to family, frie...



Polished

Gallery
If you’re an art lover who happens to like shiny things (and who doesn’t?), you should catch the gleam of the new show at UNT artspace FW.


UNT Artspace FW

Gallery
UNT Artspace FW, the venue located within the university’s Health Science Center in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, plays host to an exhibit of Nicole Fontaine’s brightly colored paintings and collages.



Intersection

Gallery
Still on display at UNT Health Science Center is Intersection, a group show of works by four Texas artists who have known each other for some years, featuring everything from Frances Bagley’s site-specific installation to Lin...