Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Jeb Berrier’s documentary Bag It screens Wednesday at Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 21 Night & Day makes an effort to reuse plastic bags from the grocery store, but too many people simply throw them away, which is a reason why there’s a huge patch of floating plastic in the middle of the Pacific ...


Fish Tacos

Wasted Away Again?

CHOW, BABY
I thought I was having an acid flashback when I wandered into 3 Parrots Taco Shop (8737 Benbrook Blvd.) in Benbrook, one of two 3 Parrots in North Texas and one of three overall. (A Granbury location recently closed.) The place...



Former Moon owner Chris Maunder has been named the new general manager of Queen City Music Hall.

Moon Over Queen City

LAST CALL
Since I worked there for four years, I am always pleasantly surprised when someone asks me about The Moon Bar, the dearly departed West Berry Street venue that’s since been turned into one of about 900 pizza places near TCU. ...


Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz’ “Normal Work”

Gallery

GALLERY
In 19th-century England, a housemaid named Hannah Cullwick formed an unusual S&M-tinged relationship with her employer Arthur Munby, frequently posing for photographs while dressed as different kinds of women. Normal Work, ...



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Diva to DVA

Sheran Goodspeed Keyton is taking her talent behind the scenes in a new theater company.
JIMMY FOWLER | photos by vishal malhotra
From the beginning of her long career as a North Texas stage performer, Sheran Goodspeed Keyton has been hard to ignore. The actor-singer-director, 39, has an onstage presence that tends to steal focus even when her character i...


Cliburn silver medalist Beatrice Rana performs with FWSO this weekend.

The Russians Are Here

BIG TICKET
If the recent Van Cliburn International Piano Competition didn’t satisfy your need for Russian classical music (all three medalists chose Russian concertos for the final round), then the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra has you ...



Last CAll

Blue 32 Replay

LAST CALL
Back in June, I bitched about making the drive to north Fort Worth only to find that my intended destination, a new sports bar called Blue 32, was actually closed, despite what the bar’s website said about operating hours. Kn...


Hearsay

Up to Scratch

HEARSAY
Guthrie Kennard, Rick Babb, and James Michael Taylor are local singer-songwriters who sometimes perform as a trio called Buddies. Mostly, though, they blaze individual musical trails. Taylor has received plenty of ink in the We...



The Bearded Lady’s L.U.S.T. burger is well named. Brian Hutson

Classy Dame

The Bearded Lady’s menu is a (good) work in progress.
STEVE STEWARD
Remember when bars were just bars? These days, the industry’s lean toward higher-end offerings makes that seem like a quaint idea. Long gone is the time when two tap trees with three run-of-the-mill macrobrews and an import l...


BOOKS

Laying Down Their Lives

Written in Blood tells the stories of local lawmen at the turn of a different century.
EDWARD BROWN
Plot twists, murder, and suspense aren’t the territory of fiction alone. Written in Blood: The History of Fort Worth’s Fallen Lawmen, Volume 2 is a vivid recounting of a pivotal Fort Worth era, told through the stories of 1...