Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
International Falls

Treading the Boards

Big Ticket
There are so many theater openings this week that we didn’t feel right choosing among them. Instead, we’re recapping all of them here. It starts on Wednesday, when various local movie theaters air King Lear from Canada’s ...


Lang Lang

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
WED • 25 - Thistle Hill’s last needlepoint exhibit was successful enough for them to bring it back. More than 60 craftspeople created the pieces in A Needlepoint Love Story Chapter II for every occasion imaginable. There’...



World of Beer

The World Is Spinning

Last Call
I recently noticed that the wannabe-tastemaking Dallas-based music blog Gorilla vs. Bear referred to Fort Worth singer-songwriter Leon Bridges’ debut album as “timeless” –– even though the record doesn’t come out un...


The Yosefs

Enfolding New Experiences

Chow, Baby
I was so embarrassed. I took a friend to Samson’s Market Bistro (4307 Camp Bowie Blvd.), Fort Worth’s only Ethiopian eatery, and he did the unthinkable: He asked for a fork and a plate. In the hierarchy of cultural faux pas...



The green chile cheeseburger

You Deserve a Break (Room) Today

Delicious sandwiches are calling from the smoky wilds of Crowley.
Laurie Barker James
  The first thing you’ll notice about The Break Room Bar and Grill is the massive wreck of wood, metal, and drooping twinkly lights next to the parking lot. The Break Room’s open-air patio was totaled last month by a d...


Southside Pirate Radio

The Pirate Sets Sail

Hearsay
Last week, the folks at The Southside Pirate, the 2-year-old Near Southside-based internet radio station devoted to Fort Worth music, announced on their Facebook page that they’re going terrestrial. Pirate co-owners John Rody...



Jeff Kellar’s “Blocks August (S)”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Two series of Jeff Kellar works are on display at William Campbell Contemporary Art. Blocks features paintings and sculpture of geometrical colored forms, while Glimpse offers flashes of scenes from a mostly obscured point of v...


Once

If You Want Me

Fort Worth Weekly
Back when John Carney made his 2007 Irish film Once, he could scarcely have imagined it would spawn a Broadway musical that would win seemingly every award in sight. Maybe playwright Enda Walsh lays on a thick layer of Irish tr...



Watson162

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wednesday 18 This year’s Thin Line Fest is bigger than ever, beginning tonight with Eric Noren’s concert film Midlake: Live from Denton, TX, with Boxcar Bandits playing at the after-party. Other films include Far From Home,...


Ryan Tharp Life So Far

The World According to Tharp

This Fort Worth ax-man steps out from the shadows with a stellar debut.
Jimmy Fowler
Give a listen to Life So Far, the debut album from Ryan Tharp, and one impression may cross your mind: This is an awfully confident freshman effort. The 29-year-old Fort Worth singer-songwriter-guitarist casually but masterfull...