Posts Tagged ‘fast’
The baggy bottom boys are losing their grip.
Haven’t we been through this before? No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service. Even an irreverent shirtless, shoeless hippie from the 1960s got the message that you cannot walk into a five-star restaurant as if you were going to the be...
Recasting the fight over carbon emissions could help save the planet.
The United Nations climate summit in Cancun ended on an upbeat note last week. Once again there was no global deal reached on cutting greenhouse gas emissions, although there may be some hope for the longer run.
Not to compare Chow, Baby’s beloved East Side of Fort Worth to the beleaguered South Side of Los Angeles, but one neighborhood similarity is striking: the dominance of fast-food chains over yummy mom & pops. Sensibly agre...
People can debate the merits and minuses of major world religions all they want, but to Chow, Baby, at least one aspect is a no-brainer. In the heavily Catholic city that Chow, Baby grew up in, “fasting” meant that you’d ...
Puffed-up press releases are like a drunk in a bar telling you how hot you are- sure, the source is the suspect, but you still want to believe the hype. Heading to Bar-B-Cutie (5710 Rufe Snow Dr., North Richland Hills), the n...
Chad’s Pizza and Burgers in Weatherford is trying to bring fresh food to the fast-food-loving masses.
Anybody who grew up in New York, Philly, Chi-Town, or Jersey will tell you that once you move anywhere else, you’ve got to give up your appreciation for pizza.
Don’s Seafood isn’t really concerned with your other New Year’s resolutions, just the one that says “Save money.”
It seems that Dan’s Seafood, a scrappy little neighborhood joint just north of I-20, is determined to make you break at least one of your New Year’s resolutions, specifically the one that says cut back on fried fast...
Here’s the truest thing we can say about New Maps of Hell, Bad Religion’s latest: “Well, it’s definitely a Bad Religion album.”
Animals were definitely harmed during the making of Fast Food Nation.
One thought prevailed in my brain as I watched Fast Food Nation: Richard Linklater has turned into John Sayles. That’s not a good thing, by the way, though I’m sure it’s only temporary. The multifariously talented filmmak...