Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
(Left to right) Benyam, Sam, and Tedros plan to introduce Ethiopian cuisine to Cowtown. Jeff Prince

Ethiopia to Camp Bowie

An immigrant’s dream will bring a new cuisine to Fort Worth.
JEFF PRINCE
Things seldom come easy for Samson Yosef, a man who escaped the Red Terror in his homeland of Ethiopia and immigrated to the United States in 1988. He’s worked double shifts ever since, juggling a series of grueling jobs. The...


Jacqueline McGilvray’s “I was the darkest so they called me Blackie Jackie”

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WoCA Projects
GALLERY
The title of WoCA Projects’ current show, Auto-biography: Artists (Re)Writing and Telling Histories is just a long way of saying that these artists are doing what artists have been doing forever: mining their personal lives f...



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Remembering Bruce Wood

Things were beginning to brighten up for the young but legendary Fort Worth choreographer.
LEONARD EUREKA
North Texas lost one of its most original choreographers last week. Bruce Wood died in Fort Worth, reportedly of a heart attack and complications of pneumonia. He was 53. Best known for his namesake group, the Bruce Wood Dance ...


Like The Light Crust Doughboys, Shotgun Friday harks back to the days when bands had sponsors.

Slammin’ Sounds

Shotgun Friday’s “hill-hop” goes down smooth.
EDWARD BROWN
Shotgun Friday is blending music with craft beer know-how into an eclectic mix of sounds that co-frontman and banjoist Tony Drewry has dubbed “hill-hop,” a mix of “hillbilly and hip-hop.” Not surprisingly, Drewry is a b...



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Losing Lon

Burnam may not have passed many bills, but the liberal Democrat put his mark on Fort Worth.
PETER GORMAN
Being an outspoken liberal is not a good career path in Texas. But Fort Worth’s Lon Burnam has stood toe to toe with the state’s most conservative politicians and earned grudging respect from a lot of them. In March, after ...


The BBQ Slaw Chicken Sandwich packs a nice kick.

Brewsters’ Millions

Bold flavors put beer on the back burner at this new West 7th eatery.
STEVE STEWARD, PHOTOS BY LEE CHASTAIN
As the name implies, the recently opened Brewsters seems to be focused on beer, from the 60 craft drafts on tap to the space’s bottle-and-keg-centric décor. In truth, beer is only half the menu. But with paper towels at each...



See Tuesday.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 28 This month’s Wondercrust Movie Watchers Club takes up Think Big as its target of derision. The 1989 comedy about two dull-witted truck drivers transporting toxic waste tried to make stars out of pro wrestlers Peter...


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Just Mad About Saffron

CHOW, BABY
Paella is one of my favorite things to cook, eat, and just think about. So I recently set out to write the definitive paella guide for Fort Worth. Turns out, it would be a very short book. The good news is, the versions I found...



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Don’t Waste Fuel

LAST CALL
I’m not gonna lie. I sometimes wish Spencer’s Corner was still around. I’m not saying I sit at home pining for the long-gone fortress of trashy fun (though I do miss ogling the walls of framed late-’70s wet t-shirt phot...


Anh Ngoc Tran’s “No Border”

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Gallery 76102
GALLERY
Gallery 76102’s current show features two artists of Vietnamese descent, but their work neatly pulls in opposite directions, as Anh Ngoc Tran’s sculptures emphasize solidity while Vinh Thi Quang Nguyen’s installations yea...