Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
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Arts Goggle Time

HEARSAY
The Near Southside will be the place to be this weekend. On Friday night, it’s another edition of Friday on the Green. Acoustic rockers Whiskey Folk, the loud and rowdy Longshots, and the psychedelic Un Chien will take the st...


Lee Albert Hill’s “Blue Stem”

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Gallery 414
GALLERY
Gallery 414 opens a new show featuring artists who take traditional forms to abstract ends. Jacky Ajchareepon paints minimalist, stylized landscapes, while Peter Hiatt’s photographs reference the digital world, and Lee Albert...



Del Shores makes a personal appearance at this year’s Q Cinema festival.

Shores to Shores

BIG TICKET
For its 16th annual film festival, Q Cinema is bringing in a special guest with an outsize reputation. The Texas playwright, filmmaker, and actor will be on hand to screen Del Shores: Naked. Sordid. Reality, a filmed one-man sh...


ChowB

No Ragin’, Just Cajun

CHOW, BABY
Chow, Baby developed a passion for Cajun cuisine as a college student. During my once-frequent trips to the Big Easy, while my friends were trying to drink Bourbon Street dry, I took more of an interest in the dark, intense sau...



Fou has finally finished its debut album, and frontman Jeevan Antony says there's more to come.

Not Fou-ing Around

HEARSAY
Fou started recording the songs that would become its just-released debut album, Boy, nearly four years ago at a home studio in Fort Worth. And nearly four years ago, those songs were super-quiet, super-slow, and very precious....


last call

Naturally Peppy: A Sobering Fact

LAST CALL
I noticed something during the three hours I spent at Lola’s Saloon on Saturday: People didn’t seem that drunk. I was there during the early part of the all-day Panther City Pep Rally, with various local-musician super-grou...



“I’m not really into the whole ‘bro country/party all the time’ kind of music that you hear a lot on the radio.”

Ryan’s Hope

On his new album, this Fort Worth singer-songwriter shows that rock and soul have a place in countrified music.
JIMMY FOWLER
Country music is chock-full of great drinking songs, but Fort Worth singer-songwriter Mike Ryan, 28, may have recorded the classic ode to toking up on his smart, addictive new album, Bad Reputation. “Red Eye Flight” is an i...


Lola meets Hermione, one of two hens that she and her mom now rent. Lee Chastain

Better Hens and Gardens

For fresh-egg fans, a new option: rent-a-chickens.
JEFF PRINCE
Cowtown might become known as Chicken Town if Beverly Thomas keeps working at her current pace. Her Weatherford-based business, 2 Buck Cluck, is gaining in popularity after a slow start, and most of her new customers live in Fo...



Adam Schreiber’s “Untitled”

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Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
GALLERY
Walker Evans was a photographer commissioned in 1935 by MoMA to produce a portfolio of pictures of African art objects. In his spirit, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts’ show After Walker Evans features works that make us ponder t...


The fare is tasty and plentiful at Pho District. Lee Chastain

Go, Pho District

Kenzo Tran’s newest eatery recalls the staples of his Southeast Asian youth.
JIMMY FOWLER
With all those exotic sushi rolls that chef Kenzo Tran made famous at his Piranha Killer Sushi locations, you might wonder if he’s also going rogue with the Vietnamese chow prepared at Pho District, his latest venture. Tran, ...