Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
portrillos

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED · 7 Similar to rodeo, charrería is a traditional Mexican competition demonstrating skill in horsemanship. The World Series of Charrería will bring this style of horse show to the Will Rogers Memorial Center, the first ti...


Chow

Sic Transit Gloria Foodie

CHOW, BABY
For the last week or so, Chow Baby has been moping around like Eeyore with serious first-world problems. That’s the phrase that Chow, Niece taught me when I was moaning about how cruel it was that Siri, the tiny sedate-soundi...



(From left to right) Nevada Hill, Ryan Williams, and Daron Beck have put out a mesmerizing slab of doom. Photo by Lauren McClure.

Bludded Death Reigns

HEARSAY
Perhaps Bludded Head’s most distinguishing characteristic is vocalist/guitarist Nevada Hill’s light voice. Backdropped by his band’s pulsating, stomping beats and loud, growling riffage, his vocal instrument is more in ke...


LC

Grand Cru: Not Sideways

LAST CALL
To be honest, I’m not stoked about the whole Frank Kent Wine Bar/Honda Showroom thing happening on the Near Southside. Oh, sure. I saw a picture of the mock-ups, and it looks neat and all, but you know what that space would h...



The presentation is as beautiful as the flavors at Spice. Brian Hutson

Thai One On, Magnolia

Spice does enough things well but could use a little more of its namesake substance.
LAURIE JAMES
The Thanpaisarnsamut family’s three restaurants (Thailicious, Thai Select, Thai Rice ’n’ Noodle) are usually on the short list for best Thai food in Fort Worth Weekly’s annual Best Of Fort Worth issue. The restaurants s...


Alex McDonald helps Symphony Arlington close out their season.

Alex Takes Arlington

BIG TICKET
We first heard Alex McDonald at the screening recitals for last year’s Van Cliburn Competition and were impressed by the big sound and sense of color that this pianist brought to Chopin and Liszt. The Dallas native made the c...



JIMMY CARTER (FAR RIGHT) STANDS APART FROM MOST OF HIS PEERS. (Wikipedia photo)

Habitat For Humanity Breaking Ground In Fort Worth

Jeff Prince
Jimmy Carter was a popular punchline due to his rocky one-term stint as president, but the guy has been the best post-president ever. He’s America’s version of Mother Teresa, except Carter wears work boots instead o...


See Wednesday

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 30 In previous years, Central Market’s spring food festivals have focused on Argentina, Spain, France, and Brazil. This year, Italy gets its turn with Passaporto Italia. Two weeks’ worth of classes and demonstration...



Last Call

Axis of Boozy Beneficence

Fort Worth Weekly
Every time I go to Shipping & Receiving, I think back to a decade ago, when S&R’s neighborhood (what I think of as the northeastern corner of the Near Southside) was pegged to be the next big thing. Long before the ex...


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Rap Up that Lola’s Jay

HEARSAY
Hip-hop finally has a home. For the past few months, Lola’s Saloon has been hosting shows by some of the most progressive underground rappers and beatmakers in North Texas and beyond on Wednesday nights. Before Lola’s, hip-...