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FOGG Thickens

The stoner-rock trio discovers the heaviness between Love and the Dead
Steve Steward
It’s amazing what can happen in two years for a band. Sometimes it’s a bunch of gigs around town that lead to more gigs around town. Other times, a band gets a record deal on a well-known indie label. You might be tempted t...


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Backed into The Corner

Steve Steward
In the time that I’ve been helming this column (nearly six years, as of this writing), I’ve written about some places (Lola’s Saloon, Caves Lounge, A Great Notion, Applebee’s) more than others because they have a promin...



Photo by Nancy Farrar

ComFort Worth Is a Fixture

Chow, Baby
There are a ton of holes in our city’s burgeoning culinary landscape. We could really use some good dim sum places. I’d love to see a rise in the number of Indian joints, more restaurants that deliver without using a third-...


Go for the drinks. Stay for the classy comfort food. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Get Mash’d

Though specializing in moonshine, this new West 7th eatery also offers some culinary delights.
LAUREN PHILLIPS
If the thought of a new gastropub in the West 7th Street corridor fills you with nothing more than a vague sense of fatigue, you are certainly not alone. You might be understandably suspicious of tired terms like “trendsettin...



Soon Warren’s “Heart of Cherries”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
You can go around to eight different art galleries, or you can just stop in at FWCAC for their Selections 2015 show, which features works by regular artists from eight different venues around town. The show opened last week, bu...


This water jar from Hano Village on the Arizona Hopi reservation is part of the Amon Carter’s new show.

Homegrown

Fort Worth Weekly
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art has long proudly showcased its works both created and inspired by Native Americans. However, this week, they welcome Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Co...



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The Liverpool Way: Texas Style

The Reds have come to North Texas to train elite soccer players, from youth to semi-pro.
Rush Olson
The goalkeeper dived to his right. His outstretched hand made just enough contact with the ball to deflect it over the crossbar. As he landed, the red “liver bird” logo on his left shoulder hit the ground with the rest of h...


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Demon Rum Not Welcome

Fort Worth Weekly
For more than 100 years, the Handley Church of Christ has been sitting at its current location, near Handley Drive and East Lancaster Avenue, providing a place of worship and a gathering spot for neighbors. In recent years, how...



Dr. Wayne Carson. Photo by Brian Hutson.

Fostering a New Attitude

ACH is rethinking (and redesigning) foster care.
Edward Brown
Wayne Carson is already seeing improvements. CEO of ACH Child and Family Services, a 100-year-old Fort Worth-based nonprofit that’s recently been hired by the state to oversee foster care in seven counties, including Tarrant,...


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New Local Music

Proto-punk, piano pop, and pop satire are coming at you from the Fort.
EDWARD BROWN, LYNDSAY COLE, AND ERIC GRIFFEY
Bad Blonde’s Caffeine Daze “Breaking Loose,” the first track off Bad Blonde’s Caffeine Daze, starts out deceptively mellow, with vocalist/guitarist Dylan Owens’ echoing voice draped over a distorted bass line. “When...