Posts Tagged ‘North Texas’
UNT on the Square
UNT Art Gallery opened a new show two weeks ago, and now the nearby UNT on the Square unveils a new exhibit, this one devoted to the Print Research Institute of North Texas. The exhibit runs concurrently with a printmaking work...
Cristina de Castro’s “Profuso Encanto y Sonido
The nation of Colombia declared its independence in July 1810, and to mark the occasion, the Colombian Association of the Metroplex is holding four shows across North Texas. One of them is in Fort Worth’s Milan Gallery, featu...
Co-ops, restaurants, and farmers are building the locavore movement in Fort Worth.
The wind was gusting so hard at the Ridgmar Farmers Market that neither hat nor hairdo was safe from its wrath. But Ashley Spencer had braved the wind to come buy local honey, even though she was still recovering from pneumonia...
What do cement plants, dirty air, and some of the nation’s highest childhood asthma rates have in common? North Texas.
Larry Tubb doesn’t remember knowing a single kid who had asthma when he was growing up. As a Scout leader 20 years later, he knew of only one troop member who dealt with the breathing disorder. “Now 20 percent of the popula...
I admit, I’m having a hard time keeping track of which musicians are “Fort Worth-based” and which ones are from Dallas, Denton, or beyond. Even more screwy, I’ve had my ear low enough to the ground to know that some ban...
Facebook friends are posting up close and personal photos of the tornadoes that touched down yesterday in North Texas.
The Worldwide Accent Project is relying on the YouTube community to help compile a “global accent archive,” and the contributions from people in this area leave much to be desired. Now here’s what a Texas acce...
The icy conditions on North Texas roads make for a classic definition of a winter wonderland – as in, you wonder if you’re going to make it home alive. Local TV news reporters have been hitting the pavement in places like S...
I’m no Thoreau. In my dreams, “the natural world” would be fitted with a thermostat with which I could keep it at a comfortable 65 degrees farenheit all year ‘round. But last night around 8:40, I noticed a surprising an...