Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Since his retirement from the aerospace industry, Arlington’s Bill Barter has devoted himself to painting geometrical arrangements of abstract wedges of color. The artist has now been given a show at Gallery 76102 that’s up...
A farm-to-table ethos results in some spectacular, gigantic flavors (and portions).
Dallas restaurateur Tristan Simon, founder and CEO of Consilient Hospitality, apparently knows trendy. In addition to five Dallas restaurants, including The Porch and Victor Tango, the company also owns two Fort Worth propertie...
If you’ve even glanced at a national news website or flipped on the TV news at some point over the past few days, you’ve probably heard that the weather has been much colder than usual in many parts of the country. In some ...
As the bass thumps intensely and a rattling snare grows louder, He-Man pumps his right arm back and forth awkwardly, robotically. The camera draws in on his square face, framed by his trademark golden bob and backdropped by twi...
More than burgers, this new Grapevine “dive bar” specializes in big food fast.
When you read the menu at Peace Burger Dive Bar & Grill, the first thing that may come to mind is that this is the kind of food you’d make for a bunch of drunk people at 3 a.m. Peace Burger’s fare, in other words, is a ...
Fort Worth producer Phil Ford conjures up neo-soul, New Jack City, and outer space.
Fort Worthian Phil Ford, a.k.a. BLKrKRT (“blacker karat”), is a prolific beat maker/DJ and clothing designer who recently released two albums, Fuses II and Black Super Moon, adding to his already-extensive catalog. Purveyin...
Igneous Grimm is now connected. Somewhat. Back in the day, the country-psychedelic band lived in 1972 (“Igneous Grimm Spaces In,” Nov. 17, 2010). Now the Cleburne sextet’s music can be found on Bandcamp and SoundCloud, an...
Life intervened, but now The Orbans have a successor to their groundbreaking first album.
Only a few years ago, The Orbans might have been the biggest band in North Texas, packing shows across the region, everyone no doubt drawn by the quintet’s polished, melodic, and smart yet rugged pop-rock. And if you missed a...
The Gallery at UTA
UTA’s current exhibit opened back on the 17th, but it’s only getting around to having its opening reception this Friday at 5:30pm. The show features James Sullivan’s sculptures of human-like figures and Alice Leora Briggs...
Toppings aren’t everything, as this new near-TCU eatery proves.
If you accept what’s implied by the signage near Pizza Snob’s front door, putting more than four toppings on your pie is trés gauche. It’s probably even boorish, the pizza-enthusiast equivalent of Homer Simpson yelling a...