Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Rose Marie Mercado’s “I Wanna Be a Whatter Melon”

Gallery

Work Room
GALLERY
As always with Gallery Night, there are lots of shows that are up only for the night. Among these is the open studio on Race Street called The Work Room, which combines both private working space and public exhibition space for...


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Grabbing the Purse

Texas’ guardianship law leaves the elderly open to abuses from a cozy system.
JEFF PRINCE
Dorothy Luck was enjoying the fruits of a lifetime of hard work: a well-cared-for house, a good-running Cadillac Deville, a million dollars in a bank account, another million in annuities, and a monthly income from investments ...



There’s a strong South American influence at work at Sol de Luna. Brian Hutson

Bright Spot

Sol de Luna isn’t your typical fast-food Tex-Mex joint.
EDWARD BROWN
Until it closed a few months ago, Red Cactus was one of the most popular lunch spots in TCUland, offering fresh, cheap, and fast Tex-Mex in a brightly lit, antiseptic, fast food-esque dining room. Despite its popularity, howeve...


Vadym Kholodenko returns to the scene of his triumph, Tue.

Gold Returns

BIG TICKET
In his first local appearance since winning the last Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Vadym Kholodenko will open the Cliburn Concert Series on Tuesday with an unusual Rachmaninoff program in Bass Performance Hall. I...



The Audience will be broadcast Wednesday at 2pm & 7pm at Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 28 Helen Mirren and Peter Morgan just can’t stay away from Queen Elizabeth II. The star and screenwriter of the 2006 film The Queen reunite for the stage play The Audience, which depicts vignettes from the weekly meet...


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The Bungalow Connection

LAST CALL
I love coincidences. Even if you think of them as the random convergence of completely unrelated trajectories, they’re still pretty cool. I thought about this on Sunday, because I heard sirens go by while a guy at a bar told ...



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Clueless in Cowtown

CHOW, BABY
Chow, Baby expects, in the future, to make the new brewpub on Magnolia Avenue one of its homes away from home. Craft brews, inventive food, homey atmo on the Near Southside, within reach of so many entertainment options — wha...


The S&R team is hoping their new venture becomes vital to the Near Southside and to the North Texas music scene.

Shipping and Receiving Arrives

This new Near Southside venue is poised to deliver the goods.
ANTHONY MARIANI
When you say, “The Near Southside” (or even “the South Side”), the first place you probably think of is West Magnolia Avenue, a pedestrian-friendly quarter-mile strip of vibrant independently owned bars, restaurants, ba...



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Dubstep’s Time?

HEARSAY
For whatever reason, dubstep hasn’t taken off in Fort Worth (or Denton). Dallas is silly with the stuff, but the good ol’ Fort? Not so much. Maybe the Stockyards are to blame. Though we all know better, a lot of North Texan...


Susan Harrington’s “Head”

Gallery

Moudy Gallery
GALLERY
Beating Gallery Night to the punch by a week is the TCU Faculty Exhibition, which opened last week but has its opening reception this Thursday at 5pm. Incoming students can get a look at what their professors and lecturers have...