Posts Tagged ‘local’

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 29 The swirling, psychedelic, nightmarish visions of Erik Parker are on display at the Modern in their show entitled Focus: Erik Parker. The Stuttgart-born, San Antonio-raised artist’s paintings have been called “zany...


Wary Christmas

Season’s greeting should include religious tolerance.
E.R. BILLS
OK, I get it: It’s Christmas, and you want to celebrate the birth of your savior. You want to decorate the trees and break out the lights and put plastic reindeer on the lawn. You want to wear Santa hats and give out a big pi...



Gas Pipe and the Ridglea

Hearsay
As first reported on Blotch, Jerry Shults, owner of The Gas Pipe, a Southwestern regional chain of smoke shops, is about to close a deal on the Ridglea Theater building and is currently making interior repairs. Shults also is s...


Boxers for a Cause

Static
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of months, you probably know that Fort Worth City Council member Joel Burns has become a YouTube sensation and a spokesperson for the national “It Gets Better” ca...



We’ve Been Plucked!

The 2010 Turkey Awards
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Hi, doc. Thanks for seeing me this week — it’s that time of year, you know, when I start feeling so exposed, so vulnerable. Like I’m out there in the cold. Like someone’s drawing a bead on me, sizing me up with a carvin...


Drewe Lies

Big Ticket
People don’t usually think of graphic novels as a medium for delicate literary satire, but that’s what Posy Simmonds accomplished when she wrote Tamara Drewe, which has now been turned into a dense and funny comedy film. It...



From the Mouths …

Static
When Fort Worth Weekly’s multitalented freelancer Caroline Collier wrote about the spike in Ecstasy use among local high school students last month (“A Kandi-Coated World,” Oct. 6, 2010) a number of local ravers and young...


Feed Your Head

Hearsay
Are we beyond CDs? I mean, I know a lot of people are listening to vinyl again –– driven mainly by nostalgia and a rekindled desire for (or newfound appreciation of) that warm sound that only vinyl can deliver. And everybod...



Culture 2010

Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Male Actor Readers’ choice: David Coffee Critic’s choice: Todd Hart, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Theatre Arlington As executive producer of Theatre Arlington, Todd Hart has done more paperwork than stage wor...


People & Politics 2010

Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Thing Tarrant County Needs Critic’s choice: A regional park system Whenever city governments hit budget problems, as so many around the country have this year, park development and maintenance are often the first programs tha...