Posts Tagged ‘heavy’
J.T. Grant’s chiaroscuro-heavy paintings are an unusual departure for William Campbell Contemporary Art, which tends to favor friendlier, more abstract works. Pieces like “Advocate’s Adjunct” have an uns...
Before closing about a year ago, The Pour House was a Sundance Square institution, a 13-year-old sports bar with the spirit of an inviting nightclub and a kitchen that rivaled that of a fine-dining establishment. It was with gl...
A minor change in a Fort Worth zoning regulation could have major repercussions. The Fort Worth City Council a few weeks ago made what looked like a small change to zoning rules, but it’s one that could have major implica...
Dear Life is another of those seriously sincere “arty” albums that respond to the times we live in, perhaps trying to make sense of it and certainly urging us to deal with societal, environmental, and personal trage...
Mamma Mia is content to let you stuff yourself with its splendid Italian fare.
The holiday tree still sits in the middle of Mamma Mia Italian Grill & Pizza, not far from the huge stone fountain with the angel pouring water from a pitcher atop its head.
Listen, elitist music bloggers, we get it.
The club at Tierra Verde goes upscale, with mostly savory results.
The vision most people have of food at golf courses is usually accurate: burgers, hot dogs, and fries, all overshadowed by a full-service bar.