Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
The Southern Lights flicker in Antarctica: A Year on Ice

Four Months of Night

BIG TICKET
Most movies about the Antarctic focus either on the place’s natural wonders or on those cute and cuddly penguins. Those things are present in Antarctica: A Year on Ice, but they’re far from the whole show. This documentary ...


FORT WORTH AT SUNUP (courtesy usapics)

Fort Worth Is Country’s Fastest-Growing Big City

Jeff Prince
People better get used to the idea of Fort Worth growing like a weed. Well, not a weed, a lovely flower. Earlier this month, U.S. Census Bureau information showed that the country’s fastest growing big city with at least ...



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What if There Is No Tomorrow?

CHOW, BABY
It feels like I’m in the movie Groundhog Day almost every time I step into an Italian restaurant in this city. There are of course some notable exceptions, like Aventino’s Italian Restaurant (5800 Lovell Ave.), Piola Italia...


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Uptown Wild

LAST CALL
A couple of years ago, when The Wild Rooster changed owners, hired a new manager, fired a bunch of old staffers, and then went under in less than a year, I talked to one of the bartenders who’d gotten the ax. She was understa...



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TEXpress Yourself

STATIC
Motorists driving along NE Loop 820 have plenty to think about, what with all the construction, barricades, heavy equipment, temporary entrances and exits, and enough signage to block out the sun. Now they’re faced with sudde...


Jessica Taylor plays love doctor in Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s Emma.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 10 Why do we need a 3D film to appreciate art that was painted on flat surfaces? We don’t know, but The Vatican Museums 3D intends to give a guided tour of the institution for the benefit of people who can’t make it...



The explorers raise a toast to a new partnership.

Exploring New Terrain

Stage West and WaterTower Theatre collaborate on a new production.
JIMMY FOWLER
Stage West’s current show, Nell Benjamin’s British period comedy The Explorers Club, marks an important milestone in the venerable Fort Worth company’s 35-year history. It’s Stage West’s first full-fledged co-producti...


Kitchens (left) and Dub have segued into pure metallic improvisation.

Churning Urn

Though still full of doom and sludge, Stone Machine Electric is embracing the chaos.
JOEY KEETON
In the most redeeming sense of the term “typical,” Stone Machine Electric is truly atypical. The Arlington metal duo of drummer Mark Kitchens, an architect and the father of two young children, and guitarist/singer William ...



Nobody’s home at LaGrave Field these days, and sports teams are looking for new quarters — or new owners for the property.

Needing a Forever Home

Without a field, the Fort Worth Cats could miss next season.
JEFF PRINCE
Few writers have resisted the temptation to make “nine lives” jokes when writing about the Fort Worth Cats in recent years. Other bad cat puns have involved hairballs, de-clawing, and being strays. The minor league baseball...


Richard Thompson’s “Painter’s Farm #7”

Gallery

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William Campbell Contemporary Art opened in November 1974, and now the gallery is marking the anniversary with 40 Years and Counting, a show celebrating all the most distinguished artists who have helped make it into a Texas in...