Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
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Southern-Fried Nirvana

CHOW, BABY
My pal was pouring his heart out to me as we sat at Max’s Wine Dive (2421 W 7th St, Ste 109), the new wine bar/comfort-food eatery in the So7 development, about to have brunch. He’s happily in love, and that’s all he coul...


Shadows of Jets’ Taylor Tatsch: “I feel Fort Worth has the best music community in the Metroplex.”

Shadows of Jets: Time for Them to Fly

HEARSAY
Though Shadows of Jets just released their debut album, a brilliant slice of “divorce pop” (to apply the term coined by Son of Stan’s Jordan Richardson for melancholy, sumptuous yet subdued rock), they started recording i...



The RYC inserts knowledge directly into faces.

Blue Peters

Rivercrest Yacht Club is still witty and raunchy but now a lot funkier.
ANTHONY MARIANI
As you become older, you are encouraged/forced by society to become independent. As you become independent, you are encouraged/forced to accumulate responsibilities to generate the ka-ching that will allow you to maintain that ...


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Slimmer Streets

Forest Park Boulevard is headed for a diet, but not everyone’s happy.
Eric Griffey | Photos By Lee Chastain
In the fall of 2009, Mistletoe Heights resident Susan Pressley was waiting at the intersection of Park Place Avenue and Forest Park Boulevard with her two children and a neighbor’s daughter. Pressley was walking the kids to L...



The goodies are tasty — and plentiful — at Thai Papaya Garden. Lee Chastain

Garden of Delights

Thai Papaya Garden does pan-Asian palatably.
JIMMY FOWLER
Proving that “pan-Asian” doesn’t have to be “bland Asian,” the homey little Euless eatery Thai Papaya Garden boasts a large menu of Thai, Vietnamese, Laotian, and Chinese dishes. All your typical soups, noodle and ric...


A still from Francis Alÿs’ video installation “Rehearsal 1 (El ensayo)” is representative of the Modern’s new, Mexico-themed exhibit.

Modern Mexico

EDWARD BROWN
Through 26 works by 23 Mexican artists, including Eduardo Abaroa, Francis Alÿs, and Edgardo Aragón, the complex world of contemporary Mexico is captured in the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s new exhibit, México Inside O...



On The Town cover design winner and Art Institute student Jose Perez

Best Of On The Town 2013

FORT WORTH WEEKLY STAFF
Cheap Buzz If you’re griping about Mondays, stop by Baker Street Pub (6333 Camp Bowie Blvd, FW) to whine over $2.50 glasses of red and white house vino. On Tuesdays, lead your herd to Buffalo Bros. (3015 S University Dr, FW) ...


Good Grub cover design winner and Art Institute student, Cathy Lincoln

Best Of Good Grub 2013

FORT WORTH WEEKLY STAFF
Late-Night Dining If you can’t find a great bite to eat in this town after midnight, you’re just not looking. This year’s collection of late-night eateries only includes places that are open until at least 2 a.m. on weeke...



Culture design winner and Art Institute student, Mark Mayr

Best Of Culture 2013

FORT WORTH WEEKLY STAFF
Top Five Artworks “Attention Retention” by Bradly Brown Exhibited as part of his TCU MFA thesis at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Brown’s simple yet beguiling found-object piece –– three multicolored beach balls held a...


Getting & Spending art design winner and Art Institute student, Jonathan Ayala

Best Of Getting & Spending 2013

FORT WORTH WEEKLY STAFF
Customer Service Readers’ choice: Spec’s, 2750 S Hulen St,  FW Critic’s choice: Marquita Sims, Whole Foods Market, 801 E Lamar Blvd, Arl In the rare instances when customers get pissed off about something –– “my ga...