Posts Tagged ‘kind’
This hole-in-the-wall just north of downtown is much more than just sausage.
There’s this Tim Allen bit from the early ’90s where he disparages German food thusly: “If you can’t shove it into an animal casing, you don’t eat it.” And then he makes pig noises. In Germany, obviously, saying an ...
One night, probably two or three years ago, I was leaning into the railing around The Moon’s porch, about four whiskeys deep into a soapbox speech about what kind of bar I’d run if I ever had the capital to open one, when I...
Every time EPIC RUINS plays, it’s a pretty big deal. Even if drummer/co-songwriter Jordan Richardson didn’t have a full-time job backing big-timer Ben Harper and did live here, an ER show would still be an event, a highly m...
Fort Worth filmmaker Cameron Bruce Nelson is on the verge.
Fort Worth filmmaker Cameron Bruce Nelson, 29, didn’t always want to be a writer-director. In fact, he only got into filmmaking after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with a double major (history and cultural...
Firehouse Art Gallery
If you go to garage sales, you probably see art there. However, Firehouse Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of a different kind of garage-sale art.
The group that made its name fighting against the toxic muck spewed from Midlothian cements kilns is now climbing into the ring with natural gas drillers. In this corner: Downwinders At Risk, a nonprofit environmental group tha...
About 9 a.m. last Tuesday, I popped out of a dead sleep with the nagging suspicion that I was already late for something really important. I couldn’t think of what it was, so I shut my eyes again, but then I heard this huge f...
As always there are a lot of shows this weekend. However, all of the cool kids, and many not-so-cool non-kids (ahem, me and my friends), will probably be spending the weekend at Lola’s Saloon (2736 W. 6th St., 817-877-0666), ...
An open letter to freshman legislators.
Dear freshman Texas legislators: Welcome, you 37 new state representatives and two new senators who’ve never been through a session of the Texas Legislature. You’re in for 140 of the most exciting and exhausting days of you...
A San Angelo father and son bring their brand of Tex-Mex to the Fort.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
The recently closed Snookie’s Bar and Grill on South Hulen Street was never a temple of great food, although the place had fabulous deals on alcohol and served food late at night. Still, that part of Hulen doesn’t exactly l...