Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Treadway, right, with Corpus: “... the idea of sharing vows with 99 other couples ... sounded perfect for us.” Lee Chastain

Only Straights Need Apply

The Stockyards is planning a mass wedding, but not for just anyone.
PETER GORMAN
When Roy Treadway and his longtime partner John Corpus heard about a group wedding to be held in the Stockyards on Dec. 13, they decided to apply for one of the 100 available spaces. “I thought it was a cute idea,” said Tre...


Ryan Goolsby’s “Untitled”

Gallery

Artspace 111
GALLERY
Artspace 111 features works in various media by the 13 members of HOMECOMING! Committee. Starting Monday, the gallery will be open by appointment only, so you might want to catch this show while the venue remains freely accessi...



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Tequila and Tater Salad

Comedians Ron White and Alex Reymundo’s friendship has led to this: a Fort Worth company that imports top-flight tequila.
ERIC GRIFFEY W/ PHOTOS BY BRIAN HUTSON
The interior of Will Rogers Memorial Center went dark. A man in black walked hurriedly toward two empty stools that stood center stage. He placed a silver bucket filled with ice on one; on the other he carefully rested a bottle...


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Got Raw Milk?

Fort Worth puts greater distance between producers and consumers of unpasteurized milk.
EDWARD BROWN
One hour south of Fort Worth, the serene setting of Rosey Ridge Farms fits the often-romanticized image of agrarian life. The roads are unpaved, and there’s barely a trace of modernity among the lush, seemingly endless fields...



Blood Aces: The Wild Ride of Benny Binion, the Texas Gangster Who Created Vegas Poker, By Doug J. Swanson. Viking Press; 368 pps.; $27.95

Benny and the Bad Boys

A former Morning News reporter recounts a legendary local mobster’s wild ride.
MARGARET ALLYSON
Doug J. Swanson’s new book is laugh-out-loud funny — odd, since it’s about a semi-illiterate gangster who left a trail of dead bodies from Dallas to Las Vegas. But Benny Binion was in many ways a true visionary, even if h...


Mallory Harwell, Shae Goldston, Kayly Topper, and Carmen Scott go feline in Hip Pocket Theatre’s Nekkid With the Cats. See Friday.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 13 While the Modern is paying tribute to a master of animation in its Miyazaki festival, the same museum is paying attention to animation from all over the world through its annual Summer Flicks Series for children ages...



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Pickled on the Plaza

CHOW, BABY
Taco Diner (156 W. 4th St.) and I got off on the wrong foot. It wasn’t all their fault. Sitting on the patio of Sundance Square’s newish taco joint, I couldn’t decide what was scarier: the mostly unsupervised children pla...


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Forecast: Picnic, Lightning

HEARSAY
It’s rock, punk, blues, swamp, and psychedelia all in one neat package. The EP Gilded Youth is the debut recording from Picnic, Lightning, a new quintet featuring former members of Modico and Jefferson Colby, two interesting ...



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Baker Street: It’s Elementary

LAST CALL
I used to think of Baker Street Pub & Grill as a pretty run-of-the-mill place –– until I found myself turning into a regular. (It doesn’t hurt that it’s near my apartment.) For all my devotion to small businesses an...


Allison Proulx’s “Akibahara”

Gallery

GALLERY
Allison Proulx’s overriding concern is with our cities and how they insulate us from catastrophic events, and we find it reflected in her paintings. Her show, Privileged Ignorance, will open alongside a Maryanne Melter exhibi...