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Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 27 - Precisely 364 days since Shaping Sound performed at Bass Hall, the dance troupe returns for another engagement. The veterans of many TV dance shows will perform contemporary works by choreographers Travis Wall, Nick La...


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Special Delivery

Chow, Baby
Many years ago, I was managing a tiny eatery in Arlington. We were constantly at war with our distributors over the times of our food deliveries. They would regularly show up right in the middle of our lunch rush, so someone wo...



There’s not a deli in Fort Worth that makes a better Reuben than Varsity Tavern. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Trying to Make Varsity

Can this new West 7th gastropub set itself apart from the field?
LAURIE JAMES
Brian Franzman, the chef of Fort Worth’s three-week-old Varsity Tavern, also developed the menus at J. Black’s Feel Good Kitchen & Lounge in Austin and Houston. It’s apparent that Fort Worth’s new sports bar/gastrop...


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Who’s Against Hooters?

Static
A group of locals led by Sundance Square creator Ed Bass is apparently trying to become the human embodiment of a big brassiere –– they’re trying to constrain Hooters! (Woh, woh.) A developer wants to bring the world’s ...



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GRO at 15

With a new, countrified sound, Green River Ordinance is ready to go another 15 years. And more.
Eric Griffey
On a cold, dreary January afternoon, somewhere amid a neat row of bunker-esque buildings in an industrial area near Six Flags in Arlington, a man was standing in a doorway aggressively rapping over what sounded like the soundtr...


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Lottery Loser

Chow, Baby
I didn’t win the Powerball, which is probably fine since I would almost assuredly be one of those people who squander the money on frivolous stuff. Sure, I’d end up broke and dead in a few years after overdosing on Easy Che...



Photos by Vishal Malhotra

Marquee Buildings

They’re old, they’re (mostly) abandoned, and they’re here to stay: Fort Worth’s historic movie theaters.
Story by Kenneth Kost Photos by Vishal Malhotra
Like most American cities, Fort Worth is dotted with movie theaters. Old movie theaters. One of them, the Ridglea Theater, has been restored to its former glory. Another one, the Rose Marine Theater, has been modernized and rep...


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Solo Lucci + TUC = Big Time!

HearSay
In my column last week –– don’t fall asleep! I promise this story will get better! –– I discussed the virtues of staying in the Fort to reach the next level as opposed to relocating to some established industry power-...



Alexander Calder’s “Trois Oignons” is up for sale at the Modern’s From the Vault auction.

Out of the Basement

Fort Worth Weekly
The thing about being a modern art museum is that, if you hang on to your artworks long enough, they’re not modern anymore. That’s what the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is facing with some of its pieces, so it’s holdin...


The cast of Bail Out is ready for its close-up at Tony’s Pizza.

Bail Out at Tony’s

Lorenzo Lamas stars in a webisode of a copy dramedy filmed at the Near Southside pizzeria.
Karen Gavis
If you would have strolled into Tony’s Pizza, Pasta & Subs last week, you probably would have backed out calmly. That’s because a UTA filmmaker was shooting an episode of Bail Out. Starring veteran soap hunk Lorenzo Lam...