Posts Tagged ‘man’
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...
Local teacher and writer Kendall McCook went to Washington, D.C., for Barack Obama’s inauguration, with sons Jake and Clayton. The following is excerpted from his longer article about that experience.
The picture looks like Lou Dobbs’ worst nightmare, doesn’t it? Juan J. Hernandez’ art show at Galeria de la Rosa continues through the weekend, showcasing three series of paintings based on Aztec mythology, ma...
Local author Phil Vinson limns the depths of depression in his debut novel.
Local writer and retired journalist Phil Vinson has published his first work of fiction – and it’s a good one, although I suspect it is not altogether fictional.
Local jury verdicts show a larger problem in our society.
Valda Jean Combs
Valda Jean Combs
When an Arlington woman was indicted for manslaughter last year because she lied to her husband, I was concerned, but not much. Surely no jury would convict a woman who did not pull the trigger, while allowing the real killer t...
Of all people, Mike Myers has lost his mojo.
About halfway through The Love Guru, you might ask yourself a question: Is that the aunt from Family Matters?
The new Hulk isn’t incredible, but it shows some modest improvement.
Welcome to Hollywood in the 21st century, a time and place where a film doesn’t need any fans to spawn a sequel.
FWO’s Of Mice and Men registers its impact in small doses that, unpredictably, add up in the end.
Last Saturday night at Bass Performance Hall, during the final scene of Fort Worth Opera’s production of Of Mice and Men, I got a little misty-eyed.
You can’t spell Mamet without MMA! A famed playwright goes jiu-jitsu on us.
Seven years ago, David Mamet capped a winning streak as a film director with his engaging farce State and Main, following his twisty 1997 thriller The Spanish Prisoner and his elegant 1999 period drama The Winslow Boy.
Shooting through thick glass into the narrow box of a prison interview cubicle, John Holbrook had few options as a photographer.