Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Devon Nowlin’s “Neat and Nifty”

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Fort Worth Weekly
While Devon Nowlin’s stolen dog sculpture remains at large, the artist returns to the scene of the crime for the opening of her new show. Casual Luxury’s paintings, photographs, and sculptures comment on a world obsessed wi...


The chocolate sheet cake comes with a marshmallow surprise at Fixture Café and Social House. Photo by Robert Garner.

New Fixture

The Near Southside’s latest comfort food spot drops into a crowded arena.
Kristian Lin
The location on West Magnolia Avenue that was 24 Plates Tapas Bar as recently as seven months ago has now reopened as Fixture FW, which attracts mostly older diners during weekend brunch and a younger clientele during the eveni...



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Get the Cluck Out

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Few surprises surfaced in last week’s elections. Most of the incumbents skated to easy victories. But two losses stand out. The biggest upset belonged to Jeff Williams, who unseated Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck with ease. (Is...


Lopez: “Richland Hills would be taking on debt when we had no voice in it.” Photo by Lee Chastain.

Throw Mama from The T

Richland Hills and Blue Mound are worried they’ll be on the hook for part of an $800 million line.
Eric Griffey
TEX Rail, a 27-mile commuter rail project that would connect downtown Fort Worth, downtown Grapevine, and the north entrance of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, seems like a great deal for North Texas. The feds are foot...



Talise Trevigne goes mad in the fourth act of Fort Worth Opera’s Hamlet.

To Be or Not to Be … French

Fort Worth Opera gives some great singers to a Shakespearean rarity.
Kristian Lin
While some of William Shakespeare’s other plays have inspired more than one great opera, Hamlet seems to have resisted the operatic treatment through the centuries. Despite the play’s swordfights, court intrigue, and great ...


Grady Spears returns to Fort Worth’s culinary scene at the Farm Fresh Market, Sat.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 6 - For its incomprehensible plot, for its bargain-basement production values, and for its writer-director-star’s impenetrable accent, The Room has passed into lore as a bad movie. Now this 2003 epic gets the Mystery Scie...



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Failing Grades

Edward Brown
Eagle Mountain and adjacent Saginaw are probably the last two places in Tarrant County where you can escape the smog and hellish traffic that trap most of Fort Worth. People who live in Eagle Mountain and Saginaw are quick to b...


Hardy: “It seems to be slowly improving down here.” Photo by Jeff Prince.

Race Redux?

Signs point to an extended revitalization in Riverside.
Jeff Prince
How many times can a phoenix rise, for chrissakes? Fifty years ago, Race Street became a thriving business district serving East Fort Worth at the so-called Six Points intersection, where Riverside Drive and Race and East Belkn...



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Wok the Line

Chow, Baby
I was recently complaining to a friend about how there are precious few great, fast, cheap Chinese food places in town. Sure, you can go to any of the pervasive chains and have a decent meal, or you could take a trip to Haltom ...


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Cowtown Cycle Party: No Guts, No Gory

Steve Steward
I think that at some point in most people’s drinking careers, they look up from their phones for a second at the bar they’ve been drinking at forever and realize they need a change of scenery. I don’t think that familiari...