Posts Tagged ‘fort worth’
Gollay: I’m pretty introverted by nature, though I become a different person onstage.”

Gollay: Built for Love

The Un Chien guitarist/vocalist goes her own way on a superb new album.
JIMMY FOWLER
Fort Worth singer-songwriter Rachel Gollay hadn’t done much national touring as a musician, but she recently had a “total immersion” experience in the rigors of it: As a guitarist and vocalist for (and only female member ...


ARTIST: SEYMOUR FOGEL

Texas Art Collector Show Comes To Fort Worth

Jeff Prince
If your home is just one nice painting away from being featured on the cover of Better Homes and Gardens, now’s your chance. My home will never be on the cover of any magazine (unless they have one called Passable Homes ...



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You Can Go Home Again

CHOW, BABY
Dear Michael’s Cuisine Restaurant & Ancho Chile Bar (3413 W. 7th St.), It’s been too long, my old friend. How have you been? I still fondly remember those crazy nights I used to spend at your bar, sipping wine by the fi...


Before Stumptone releases its long-awaited third album, Adventures in Magnetism, in the fall, the North Texas quartet will play only one full-band show, this Thursday at Lola's Saloon.

That Stump and Stomp

HEARSAY
All that’s missing is Dubya. Along with the somewhat, uh, quiet return of Fort Worth’s Tame … Tame and Quiet, one of the best post-punk bands ever to emerge from North Texas, the equally kickass Stumptone is back. The Chr...



Blocker (center): “Pleasing everybody is hard, so we’ll see how that goes.”

A 180 for 380

The Denton/Fort Worth quintet has come a long way since its mod-rocking days.
JIMMY FOWLER
One recent Saturday afternoon, a group of North Texas musicians huddled over a small makeshift assembly line in a friend’s garage in Denton. The product being assembled was a limited-edition vinyl-and-CD package of Photomaps,...


Sanah Brown’s “the coat of many colors”

Gallery

WoCA Projects
GALLERY
Sanah Brown’s show at WoCA Projects opened last week, but its opening reception is 6pm Saturday. It’s a good reason to see this New York artist’s mixed-media works often inspired by the textures of fabrics.  



The presentation is as dazzling as (most of) the food here. Lee Chastain

Spinning 24 Plates

Though not everything is perfect, a lot is at this new Magnolia spot.
LAURIE JAMES
There are a lot of ways to describe 24 Plates Tapas Bar & Restaurant: chef-driven, independent, outstanding, trendy. The new eatery has blossomed in the corner space on West Magnolia Avenue that once housed W.F. Lawrence Fi...


Michael Wittman performs in SceneShop’s J.O.B.

Short Takes

BIG TICKET
Early August is when SceneShop comes out of mothballs and puts on its annual production of short plays. This year’s collection takes work as its theme and is entitled J.O.B. Quite a variety of workplaces enter into the evenin...



Motley’s “Octoroon Girl” probably traversed a difficult path to luxury.

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Harlem Renaissance master Archibald Motley receives his due at the Carter.
JIMMY FOWLER
After a glance at several of the paintings in the national exhibit Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist, currently on view at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, fans of 1970s American sitcoms may wonder: Did Motley, a Harl...


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Little Remains

CHOW, BABY
I was devastated when Chef Jesus Garcia left Little Lilly Sushi (6100 Camp Bowie Blvd., Ste. 12) a few months ago and moved out of state. He wasn’t just a creative force in the kitchen. He was like an ambassador for the place...