Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Nobody’s home at LaGrave Field these days, and sports teams are looking for new quarters — or new owners for the property.

Needing a Forever Home

Without a field, the Fort Worth Cats could miss next season.
Few writers have resisted the temptation to make “nine lives” jokes when writing about the Fort Worth Cats in recent years. Other bad cat puns have involved hairballs, de-clawing, and being strays. The minor league baseball...

Richard Thompson’s “Painter’s Farm #7”


William Campbell Contemporary Art opened in November 1974, and now the gallery is marking the anniversary with 40 Years and Counting, a show celebrating all the most distinguished artists who have helped make it into a Texas in...


Cubby Hole

Though Chicago in name, this small eatery specializes in all kinds of fare done with care.
The walls at Chicago’s Catch are adorned with posters of the Windy City, but the bulk of the menu is surprisingly familiar (fried appetizers, catfish, fried chicken, burgers). The scant exceptions, however, are delicious. Nes...


Once ‘Seedy’ Fort Worth Now No. 12 — Woo, Er, Uh, Hoo?

Jeff Prince
Vocativ, the online magazine that provides “news from the deep web,” just hit me with an email. The subject describes Fort Worth as being among the “top cities to live.” “Our new Livability Index r...


Gleefully Free of Gluten

Another year, another diet craze that restaurants rush to accommodate. A few years ago the Atkins diet was all the rage. Menus all over the country highlighted dishes that fit its low-carb criteria. Then it was trans fat, and l...

Tashina Richardson and Lindsay Harris are refugees from the apocalypse in Sundown Collaborative Theatre’s Said and Done.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 3 Just so we’re clear, Artisan Center Theater’s show ’Twas the Night Before Christmas is Kathryn Schultz Miller’s telling of Clement Clarke Moore’s story from a mouse’s point of view. Don’t confuse it with...


Merry Metamodern Christmas!

Some idiot chatterbox on a local sports talk radio station –– which is like saying “some idiotic idiot,” I know –– proclaimed his hatred for Christmas music the other day, spewing something to the effect of: It all ...

Karen Weinman’s “Impermanent Chair”


Gallery 414
The malleability of human memory is the theme for the new show opening at Gallery 414 this week, featuring the multimedia works of Karen Weinman, Melba Northum, and Terri Cummings. The opening reception is 6-9pm Sat.  

Sybarite5 plays classical and rock at Live Oak, Thu.

Arranging Strings

Widely divergent kinds of music will be arranged for stringed instruments at two different performances this week. First, TCU Cello Ensemble will feature 11 cellists and one harpsichordist playing music arranged for their force...

Along with Ira Cohen, Fort Worth artist Zelmer Phillips, who died this year, created this portrait of Japanese dance pioneer Ohno Kazuo.

Moore Outsider Art

The fifth annual Holiday Art Extravaganza will be a retrospective of sorts.
While putting together his fifth annual Holiday Art Extravaganza, John Carlisle Moore knew there was one artist that he had to include: Zelmer Phillips, Moore’s longtime friend, Hip Pocket Theatre collaborator, and visual art...