Posts Tagged ‘process’
Fort Worth residents might have looked warily at the newsletter included with their November water bills. Water rates are increasing in January, and the city sent out a chart listing the amounts of increases. Every category of ...
As predicted months ago by Static, the Trans-Texas Corridor has more lives than a cat and simply refuses to go away. Governor Slick Rick Perry’s wet-dream to cut our state into huge pieces that would divide cities, towns, far...
John Q. Public
To the editor: I feel compelled to write to you on behalf of the parents whose parental rights have been removed (“Rethinking Guardianship,” May 19, 2010). A dear friend of mine is one such parent. There is an extreme need ...
Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy
Natural forms dominate the space at Artspace 111, courtesy of art by Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy (whose Radiolaria series was featured in an earlier Gallery item).
If you haven’t heard much recently about how the hearings are going on Luminant Energy’s proposal to build two new reactors at its Comanche Peak nuclear power plant, it’s not surprising, plant opponent say.
The poor old Texas Constitution – it’s got more holes in it than Rush Limbaugh’s logic. But the idea of replacing it with an entirely new document that makes some sense scares voters so badly that legislators ...
Austinite-via-Fort Worth Collin Herring has just finished his fourth studio album, Ocho, and will release it on Nov. 17. The record was produced by Austinite-via-Denton Will Johnson, frontman for Centro-matic and South San Gabr...
A global physics research project is revving up in Europe — with UTA faculty in key roles.
God particles and dark matter may sound more like topics for theological debate than terms of science, but they’re both part of a global collaboration in physics research in which the University of Texas at Arlington is p...
The spirit of ’64 gets a makeover at 414.
I must have been breathing heavy or something, because during the opening party last weekend for Tasty Bits, a group show at Gallery 414, the elderly gentleman whose gray noggin and hunched shoulders obscured my view of a certa...
The city’s gas well permit practices may come under court scrutiny.
When trees along the Trinity River across from Colonial Country Club fell to gas drillers’ saws last month, many who had fought to save the grove intact thought the battle was over.