Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
They not only never went away but have a new album out.
Fort Worth has become a pretty lively independent music town in recent years, but the downside is that studio projects –– in other words, bands that don’t perform 10 times a week –– are often sadly neglected. They’r...
Alley maintenance gets little respect from city budget officials, but the neighbors miss it when it’s gone.
A green alley runs behind houses along West Magnolia and Harrison avenues in the historic Mistletoe Heights neighborhood, providing city and utility workers access to water, electric, and gas lines. Jim Malloy has lived on Harr...
Into the wilds of South Fort Worth comes a zesty new Cajun joint.
It’s easy to forget, but there’s more to Fort Worth’s food scene than West 7th Street and West Magnolia Avenue. Though South Fort Worth is known primarily for McCart Thrift Center and millions of fast-food joints, the are...
A restaurant that features waitresses in body-paint bikinis has gotten under the skin of some locals, who’ve complained to city officials. Fort Worth City Council will flesh out the matter at tonight’s meeting. Sorry for th...
WED ▪ 4 If you’ve found yourself wishing that Molly Ivins were still around to make tart observations on the state of Texas politics, you can take solace in Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins. Margaret and All...
Back when North Texas’ twentysomething rockstars were singing into hair brushes to Oasis in the bathroom mirror, Brandin Lea was singing his own music into real microphones in front of thousands of real people all over the co...
A crack cast overcomes boilerplate characters in Circle Theatre’s latest.
“I’d rather have a bear in my lap than a pregnant liberal!” snaps Kyle (Duke Anderson) to his wife Nan (Taylor Staniforth) after she’s duct-taped him to the ratty old recliner in their rural Georgia home. His words soun...
Un Chien transcends hard rock to achieve rocking psychedelia.
Let’s get this out of the way first: The defunct hard-rock trio Stella Rose, one of the most popular and longest-running bands in town, didn’t necessarily break up as much as dissolve. The beginning of the end was 2012, not...
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...
Texas’ guardianship law leaves the elderly open to abuses from a cozy system.
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 ...