Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Last Call

Mellow Monday

LAST CALL
I hadn’t seen my friend Ashley, a nurse, in too long, so I called her last Monday to hang out. “Can we go in the afternoon?” she wanted to know. Apparently she had to be at Parkland Hospital in Dallas for her shift the ne...


Yinka Shonibare’s “Odile and Odette” at the Modern.

Double Focus

BIG TICKET
We were supposed to have only one new exhibit at the Modern to look at this weekend, but thanks to climate change, we’re getting two. Focus: Gary Simmons was originally scheduled to come to Fort Worth last October, but Hurric...



Siberian Traps keep on gigging and recording.

Not Trap’d

From Nashville to the Fort, this alt-country foursome has range.
ERIC GRIFFEY
Seth Reeves does a near-flawless impersonation of former President George W. Bush. The secret to the imitation, said the frontman to Fort Worth alt-country stylists Siberian Traps, is to state some platitude as if you’ve just...


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Pedal Power

A night among the pedicabbers at Cowboys Stadium
BY ANDREW MCLEMORE, PHOTOS BY LEE CHASTAIN
4:45 p.m. “Hey, you guys ready to roll?” The middle-aged couple who are walking down the sidewalk on Legends Way turn around to match a face to the voice and see a frizzy-haired, blond twentysomething with a toothy smile. H...



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Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 26 Area churches and a Fort Worth mosque will be hosting events this week as part of the Kwanzaa celebration. The nonreligious Afrocentric festivities take up the week between Christmas and New Year’s, and they kick o...


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Ditch the Hype and Eat at Torchy’s

CHOW, BABY
What is it about a super restaurant chain opening up that makes people in Fort Worth go nuts? It’s like Beatlemania every time a new one comes to town. Who could forget the cops directing traffic when In N Out opened? Or the ...



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What’s Local in No-Man’s Land?

HEARSAY
I admit, I’m having a hard time keeping track of which musicians are “Fort Worth-based” and which ones are from Dallas, Denton, or beyond. Even more screwy, I’ve had my ear low enough to the ground to know that some ban...


Unraveler’s debut CD has been a long time coming but is worth the wait.

Unraveler Comes Together

Rebirth comes in many forms, including super-heavy ones.
STEVE STEWARD
Perhaps one of the most enduring themes in rock music is the one about new bands assembled from the broken pieces of old ones. From Led Zeppelin’s rise from the ashes of the Yardbirds to Operation Ivy’s growth into Rancid a...



Bamboo does more than pho and spring rolls, including this turmeric-marinated catfish with traditional fixins. Chase Martinez

Spring Roll Mecca

Bamboo Pho offers 15 variations on the Vietnamese staple — and more.
JIMMY FOWLER
Here’s the bad news about Bamboo Pho & Spring Rolls, the Vietnamese eatery just north of I-20 in Arlington: The service was spotty on a recent Saturday afternoon. The place seemed understaffed for a moderately sized weeke...


The La Clemenza di Tito opera screens at 6:30pm at various movie theaters.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 19 In Amadeus, the character of Mozart dismisses the genre of opera seria and its fusty conventions as being populated by “people so lofty, they sound as if they shit marble.” In real life, Mozart took to opera seri...