Posts Tagged ‘day’
An untraditional bunch rolls up and rolls out the goodies for street folk.
Southeast of downtown, in the rundown neighborhoods where Fort Worth’s homeless shelters are hidden safely out of view of the Sundance crowd, Steve and J.D. Christian found a welcome respite last weekend from their day-la...
Remarkable as There Will Be Blood often is, our film critic refuses to gush.
I did something unusual while preparing to write my review of There Will Be Blood: I read everybody else’s reviews.
As any good soundtrack should, Honeydripper helps bring the movie to life by creating, along with the scenery and the actors, the atmosphere that lets the DELETE breathe.
Fort Worthian Betty Buckley enjoys a resurgence of sorts, much to one writer’s glee.
A gift from 40 years ago arrived in the mail just before Christmas, a CD called Betty Buckley 1967, with the semi-iconic Fort Worth entertainer smiling playfully on the cover.
Metroplex’s problems multiply, but food bank leaders keep trudging.
The phone rings, and Opal Lee knows what the call is about even before she answers.
When a West Texas town recalls “Santa,” visions of murder dance in their heads.
CISCO – For most who now call this quiet West Texas community home, the changes happened so gently and so long ago that they have gone all but unnoticed.
Two movies about guilt and redemption don’t measure up to the books they’re based on.
So many movies are about people seeking revenge over wrongs done to them that it’s worth noting that there are two prestige pictures coming out about people trying to right the wrongs they’ve done to other people.
Seattle transplant Herb Levy settled in Fort Worth eight years ago so that his wife, painter Carol Ivey, could be closer to her family.
Anyone who’s seen The Juke Jumpers knows the wild, sweaty nights this band can invoke.
Abstract art is to many minds American art, yet the Modern’s new exhibit, Declaring Space, looks to confound that view.