Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
I felt terrible for the kids standing in the median holding promotional signs for Sombrero Mexican Food (201 W. Rosedale St.). It was one of those warm fall afternoons that seemed all the hotter after the tease of a few days of...
On its new EP, Son of Stan nails perfect pop.
Jordan Richardson appears to be in complete control of his muse. Last year, his songwriting vehicle, Son of Stan (named after his father), released its debut album, the stellar and slightly experimental Divorce Pop. Earlier thi...
Fort Worth’s venerable piano foundation gets a chic makeover
Last March, Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Roe, also known as the classical duo Anderson & Roe, sat facing each other at pristine Steinway grand pianos and unleashed a pyrotechnic display of bravado and virtuosity to dozens of...
Arlington Heights residents want more answers about the Bass-backed arena.
Mayor Betsy Price is on television a lot these days. She stars in a commercial pushing three ballot proposals for funding a multi-purpose arena planned for the Cultural District. She even has a memorable catchphrase, touting th...
Spend your Halloween at the opening reception for Material Matters, the new show at WoCA Projects. We wish the exhibit had a Halloween theme, but it’s a juried exhibition with 15 artists experimenting with their chosen media....
WED ▪ 22 If you go into National Theatre Live’s broadcast of Medea expecting a play about a large black man in drag as an old woman, you’re in for quite a nasty shock. Helen McCrory stars in the production of Euripides’...
Toy Gun aims to Please, Please You.
The oft-romanticized idea of the singer-songwriter slaving away in solitude was never one that Stephanie Donaghey bought into. Despite her late hours writing poetry and listening to Leonard Cohen albums alone, the frontwoman fo...
Chesapeake and Range Resources are fighting legal challenges in other states.
Chesapeake Energy and Range Resources, two major gas drillers that pretty much packed up and left Tarrant County once the Barnett Shale’s best days were gone, are in hot water in other parts of the country. Chesapeake faces c...
William Campbell Contemporary Art
Stephen Daly appears to be trying to invent a new kind of pictorial language in his show currently up at William Campbell. The Texas artist uses large drawings and sculptural pieces to express his ideas about how human beings c...
This new pho and grill offers some inventive Viet, Thai, and Chinese fare.
On a recent Sunday afternoon visit to Arlington’s California Pho & Grill — just north of the super-busy Parks Mall complex — we were surprised by what we found: a hip, minimalist, dark wood and sherbet-colored dining ...