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O’Shea’s: Tubular

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I admit it. I’ve written far too much about Applebee’s in this space, enough to make the casual observer suspect that for all the jokes and scorn I utter, I secretly love the place. This is not true. And I made a point to s...


Soon Y. Warren’s “Oriental Red Poppy”

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Fort Worth Community Arts Center
GALLERY
FWCAC’s juried show Selections opened last week, but it’s only having its opening reception at 6pm Friday. The exhibit contains works in various media by artists from all over the city and includes a Tuesday lecture by Amon...



Fresh-faced Vincent Neil Emerson has an old soul.

Killer or Filler?

Our critics take a look at some new local records.
FORT WORTH WEEKLY STAFF AND CONTRIBUTORS
New stuff by a young, folk-inspired bluesboy, a precocious rapper, and a veteran hard rock band prove that Fort Worth’s music scene is as productive and lively as ever. –– Anthony Mariani   Vincent Neil Emerson’s s...


Young Vaquero fans get to cavort on the field during halftime and after games. Kenneth kost

Take Me Out to the Soccer Match

At LaGrave Field, the Vaqueros may outdraw the Cats.
KENNETH KOST AND JEFF PRINCE
The fascination with World Cup Soccer not only filled local pubs and sports bars with enthusiastic fans this summer, but the fervor also spread to LaGrave Field, where the Fort Worth Vaqueros FC semi-professional soccer team, i...



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Drying Up in DWG

Water and facts have a way of getting lost in Dalworthington Gardens.
ERIC GRIFFEY AND KENNETH KOST
As Steve Flowers walked along what used to be the shoreline of Pappy Elkins Lake in Dalworthington Gardens, he became sentimental. “That’s where I taught my son to fish,” he said, pointing to a tree standing in what looke...


Offerings like the grilled chicken plate with house sage butter, rice pilaf, and veggies prove that there’s more to Dalton’s Corner than foot-high beers. Lee Chastain

Dalton’s Corner: Cradle of Love

A once-popular ’80s hangout comes back with a tasty vengeance.
NICOLE CRITES
Dalton’s Corner in Burleson was once a hot and happenin’ nightspot, attracting teens from all over North Texas by offering dancing, mechanical bull-riding, games, and live music –– at one point, a little band called the...



The Texas Right: The Radical Roots of Lone Star Conservatism, edited by David O’Donald Cullen and Kyle G. Wilkison. Texas A&M University Press, 208 pps. $25

Right-to-Hate State

The Tea Party is just the most recent radical-right movement to grip Texas.
JIMMY FOWLER
Now that the country has reacted with disgust and amusement to the extremist 2014 Texas Republican Party platform, the next logical question is: Where did that platform’s piquant combo of modern alienation, paranoia about the...


Terrible People is the first -- and may be the last -- we hear of recorded Mailman.

Special Delivery

HEARSAY
It’s like Night of the Living Dead, but instead of flesh-eating zombies you’ve got a reanimated band and a reanimated record label. The former is Mailman, a gritty smart-pop quartet (think: Calhoun meets The Old 97’s) tha...



Scott Zenreich (without bandage) tries out his primitive plastic surgery techniques on Brandon Murphy, Alexandra Lawrence, and John Forkner in Amphibian Productions’ The Nosemaker’s Apprentice.

The Rhinoplaster’s Tale

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A man is asked by his daughter why he’s an unlicensed plastic surgeon, so he spins a fantastic fable about how his profession started with one enterprising young man in the Middle Ages who sought to confer happiness on lords ...


Gabriel Lawson comes face to, uh, face? with Audrey in Jubilee Theatre’s Little Shop of Horrors. See Sunday.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 2 The recent mild controversy over the newly crowned Miss USA’s body type has made beauty pageants sort of relevant again, so now might be a good time to catch the Miss Texas pageant (an offshoot of Miss America, not ...