Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Janet Morrow’s “Untitled”

Gallery

Gallery 76102
GALLERY
Gallery 76102’s annual juried competition, 897 Square, returns this weekend to the downtown venue. The 15 artists in this year’s show were selected by guest juror William Campbell. The opening reception is this Thursday at ...


Chow

Foodies in the Movies

CHOW, BABY
Chow, Baby often sees its life as a movie. Imagine Mystic Pizza if it was told from the food critic’s perspective instead of that of the waitstaff and restaurant owner. I often find myself doing that on Chow, Baby outings: Th...



MAF

Fort Worth: On the Map

HEARSAY
Every “local” talk radio show you listen to, every “local” newscast you suffer through, every scrap of national media that pops up on your smartphone or computer –– their creators mostly all see Fort Worth and Dalla...


Historic Fort Worth’s Cowtown Cocktails is tonight, Wed, May 29 at 6pm at Thistle Hill.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 29 Historic Fort Worth’s Cowtown Cocktails event this evening is designed to attract new members under the age of 45. Guest speaker Trent Prim will discuss his award-winning work on helping homeowners update a 1925 Cr...



Last Call

2 to 2 Good

Fort Worth Weekly
About a year and a half ago, I took a date to this place on Hwy. 377 called Randi’s 2 to 2. I had a good time, and I wrote a column about it, musing over what I thought was a pretty positive experience. Despite whatever nice ...


The steaks are cut on-site — and then cooked to order, like this bone-in rib-eye. Lee Chastain

Chop House Delights

Despite its kitschiness, this steakhouse is decidedly au courant.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Chef Kenny Mills made himself at home in Arlington with Chop House Burgers, which started as a hole-in-the-wall near University of Texas at Arlington only a couple of years ago. Now Chop House has taken over half of the strip m...



Casa goes plaid thru Sun.

Harmonious Casa

BIG TICKET
It’s hard to believe that Forever Plaid, the beloved musical revue that celebrates clean-cut 1950s guy groups and their pristine four-part harmonies, turns 23 this year. Millions of “plaidsters” –– fans of the show ...


Life Is a Journey

BIG TICKET
So much of art history in the 20th century can be seen in the work of Romare Bearden. Born in Charlotte in 1911, the artist started out being influenced by Mexican muralists such as Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco before...



redneck

Fort Worth, Arlington Land in Top 10 Redneck Cities

JIMMY FOWLER
An Austin-based blogger who writes for a real estate website called Movoto has determined, via some super-scientific and mega-rigorous calculations, that Fort Worth and Arlington are not only the two most redneck cities in Texa...


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Cellar Dwellers

A local filmmaker documents a historic Fort Worth music club.
KRISTIAN LIN
With the Cellar, what’s legend and what’s real …” said Giles McCrary, trailing off, implying that they’re hard to tell apart. He’s made it his job to figure that out, though. The genial, bearded 60-year-old wasn’t...