Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Kona Grill’s beef bulgogi tacos and shrimp-and-lobster roll await. Brian Hutson

Shaka Brah

Kona Grill is all over the map, from Hawaii to China, good to bad.
LAURIE JAMES
Kona Grill offers a staggering array of choices, from sushi to satay and bulgogi to a variety of meats augmented with pineapple or macadamia nuts. But Kona is not just a pan-Asian place with a little Hawaiian/Polynesian flair. ...


The cast of Hope & Gravity (all nine of them) at Circle Theatre.

Love (and Other Things) in an Elevator

BIG TICKET
Michael Hollinger’s new stage work, Hope & Gravity, was originally entitled Ups & Downs and set largely on an elevator. We’re really glad he changed the title, and while the elevator remains part of the play, it’s...



Gary Norman and Jan Ayers Friedman enjoy the interconnectivity afforded by the open studio. Courtesy Art Studios on Race Street

Truly Public Art

Drop by Art Studios on Race Street to chat with an artist or two and maybe even go home with a painting.
EDWARD BROWN
With Art Studios on Race Street (formerly The Work Room), owner Flora Brewer is re-envisioning the way painters and sculptors work. Instead of holing up in separate rooms by themselves, artists share a public space, allowing th...


Hurricane Harbor: pretty terrifying when you're 36 and sober. Ish.

Hurricane Hooters

LAST CALL
I turned 36 on Monday, and to celebrate I decided to go to Hurricane Harbor with a few friends, because, clearly, that’s what four grown men should do on a friend’s birthday. I’d never been to Hurricane Harbor. In fact, t...



JUST MOSEYIN' ON OVER TO LOLA'S FOR THE SUB OSLO/PINKISH BLACK SHOW.

Fort Worth: Too “Hip” for USA Today?

ANTHONY MARIANI
USA Today unleashed the breaking news that Fort Worth is “evolving from cow town to hipster city.” Catch your breath, I know. In a flyby article yesterday, writer Rick Jervis doesn’t clearly define “hipster” –– a ...


(From left to right) Wendy Welch, Dana Schultes, and Natalie Wilson King star in Stage West’s outstanding new drama.

Dark Themes

Presumptions about The Other lead to disaster in Stage West’s production of The Unmentionables.
JIMMY FOWLER
“I think any progressive person has the ability to recognize problems in other parts of the world,” insists Jane (Dana Schultes), an American TV actress who’s impetuously joined her missionary fiancé Dave (Jake Buchanan)...



There are dozens of taco items at Taco Diner, including the citrus- marinated pork tacos al pastor — with grilled pineapple. Brian Hutson

Tranquil Tex-Mex

Excellent service and a gorgeous patio more than make up for Taco Diner’s shortcomings.
LAURIE JAMES
Taco Diner’s foray into Fort Worth is pretty great. The regional chain with locations in Dallas and Southlake has put down stakes in Sundance Square, specifically on the edge of Sundance Square Plaza. The jetted fountains alo...


Archibald Motley’s “Tongues (Holy Rollers)” at the Amon Carter.

All That Jazz

KRISTIAN LIN
A New Orleans native who adopted Chicago as his hometown, Archibald Motley Jr. (1891-1981) never lived in Harlem, and yet he became one of the leading artists of the Harlem Renaissance, the great African-American cultural flowe...



JIMMY BUFFETT FANS ARE KNOWN AS PARROTHEADS, AND THEY'RE EXCITED ABOUT COMING TO FORT WORTH (wikipedia photo)

Jimmy Buffett’s Fort Worth Gig His Hottest Ticket

Jeff Prince
Jimmy Buffett’s summer tour will take him across the Midwest and the East Coast in support of his new album Songs From St. Somewhere (2013). The concert ticket drawing the biggest bucks on the aftermarket, however, is to ...


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They Playin’ Bas-ket-baaalll

LAST CALL
How many Mavs fans are in this city? I ask because I recently became obsessed with Manu Ginobli’s magical passing ability, and I know that here in the land of Open Carry Rights Lunch Counter Sit-Ins, saying nice things about ...