Posts Tagged ‘features’
Wed 6 - It’s documentary time at Mid-Week Movie Night at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Up first will be D-Day: Normandy 1994. Featuring stunning footage, this 40-minute doc narrated by Tom Brokaw underlines th...
Artist Dan Lam’s colorful drip art to be exhibited in Fort Worth.
Dan Lam didn’t break Instagram after she began posting photos of her colorful and unique drip sculptures last summer. Fewer than 1,000 people followed her back then. But the 28-year-old artist kept posting pictures, and her b...
This year’s version of our annual shindig was a two-day eargasm.
I started to relax a little bit on Saturday night, as Ronnie Heart slinked, popped, and locked across the stage at Shipping & Receiving Bar like that cartoon cat from Paula Abdul’s “Opposites Attract” video. The sprig...
TCU’s Center for Urban Studies puts academic findings into action.
TCU’s professors frequently conduct research that would be of value to the community. Mapping demographic trends, predicting child abuse rates, and measuring the potential impact of smoking bans in Fort Worth are just a few o...
Nha Trang is a welcome addition to West Magnolia Avenue’s restaurant row.
There was a time when you’d have to drive out to the suburbs to get good Vietnamese food, but that’s thankfully no longer the case. Enough of us have warmed up to the (admittedly tamed) flavors of Southeast Asia that a rest...
Wed 29 - Leon Bridges’ first concert with his full band was in Shipping & Receiving Bar, so appropriately, the Southside venue hosts the screening of This Is Home, Danny Clinch’s documentary short film about the local m...
Women beware women in this gory horror film.
Maybe you heard that Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon caused boos and walkouts at Cannes. Sometimes it seems like every movie does that, but this one was so controversial that The Daily Mail called for it to be banned in...
You’ll find authentic Mexican food in this quirky restaurant on the edge of the North Side.
The motto of the Mexican state of Jalisco translates to “Jalisco is Mexico.” Among other things, Jalisco claims that mariachis, the sombrero, and tequila all originated in the west coast Mexican state. It’s no surprise th...
Wed 22 - By the time this issue hits the stands, USA will have already won or lost one semifinal of the Copa América Centenario, but you can catch the other semifinal tonight between Colombia and Chile. These South American ri...
A neighborhood association wills its way into a developer’s conscience.
Some folks simply refuse to be overrun by developers. And to be fair, some local developers aren’t above listening to and working with concerned neighbors. In the past couple of years, neighbors around Camp Bowie Boulevard ne...