Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Ryan Tharp Life So Far

The World According to Tharp

This Fort Worth ax-man steps out from the shadows with a stellar debut.
Jimmy Fowler
Give a listen to Life So Far, the debut album from Ryan Tharp, and one impression may cross your mind: This is an awfully confident freshman effort. The 29-year-old Fort Worth singer-songwriter-guitarist casually but masterfull...

Valerie Arnett of Junker Val's

Repubs to the Rescue

Poor gas drillers. All they want to do is drill miles underground to extract natural gas, inject a little dirty wastewater into the ground, smear chemical-laden drilling mud all over the landscape, destroy roads, emit a few lou...


Amateurs at Your Service

Chow, Baby
Back when Chow, Baby was a server at a fine-dining place, I always viewed Valentine’s Day as amateur night. Except for the wealthy, the financially irresponsible, and those of us with expense accounts, it’s the one night a ...

Juan Moreno Mi Cocula

Cool Cocula

The Moreno family comes to Camp Bowie with exciting, boldly flavored Tex-Mex and Mex-Mex.
Edward Brown
The Morenos may be newcomers to the Fort Worth foodie scene, but they’re no strangers to the area. They opened El Rey Taqueria in Weatherford three years ago, but chef Juan Moreno and his family recently closed that popular t...

David Conn


Among the arts center’s overheated paintings and overthought conceptual pieces are some diamonds.
Anthony Mariani
Fort Worth Community Arts Center wants to get you in the mood. And then shove you face-first into a cold shower. Certainly in honor of the month in which Valentine’s Day falls, three exhibits –– the group shows The Art of...

Brandin Lea (second from right, shown with his new band, Jetta in the Ghost Tree) is excited to reunite with two of his old Acoustic Mafia pals, John Price and Collin Herring, on Saturday at The Aardvark.

Acoustic Mafia What?!

The three guys who at one time almost drank Fort Worth out of Jäger (and Jack Daniels and Lone Star Beer) couldn’t even finish a six-pack now. And that’s a good thing. Brandin Lea, frontman for psych-rockers Jetta in the G...

Carolyn Judson and Cal Coomer may have never been better.

Merry Me

Though billed as an epic, Texas Ballet Theater’s latest was really an intimate drama.
Leonard Eureka
Most people may know The Merry Widow as a Franz Lehar operetta sung on stage and screen. The engaging melodies have pleased countless audiences since its 1905 premiere. Fewer know it as a ballet, adapted and choreographed by Ro...

Angilee Wilkerson’s “Posey’s Allusion”


Fort Worth Weekly
ART7 Crockett Community Gallery’s current exhibit is entitled Americana, but that’s somewhat misleading, since this juried show consists solely of artists from Texas and the adjoining states. The paintings, photographs, and...

Bugs Bunny takes a starring role in FWMSH’s show about Chuck Jones.

Love Jones

Fort Worth Weekly
If Chuck Jones isn’t an American master, we’re hard-pressed to figure out who is. As an animator for Warner Bros., he created iconic characters like Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, Pepé Le Pew, and Marvin the Martian w...

Artes de la Rosa’s Twelfth Night.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wednesday 11 – The novelist Darin Bradley has won raves for his novel Chimpanzee, the second in a series set in a dystopian near-future America where student loan officers punish defaulters by repossessing their brains. T...