Posts Tagged ‘reading’
The Tea Party is just the most recent radical-right movement to grip Texas.
Now that the country has reacted with disgust and amusement to the extremist 2014 Texas Republican Party platform, the next logical question is: Where did that platform’s piquant combo of modern alienation, paranoia about the...
In a new book, Fort Worth’s E.R. Bills shines a light on the 1910 Slocum Massacre.
Nobody really knows why a group of white men went on a killing spree in the small East Texas town of Slocum in 1910. And until recently, nobody seemed to want to remember the shameful incident. Erroneously reported by some news...
With his new book, Fort Worth’s Jeff Guinn brings Charles Manson back down to size.
Most people who are even a little familiar with 1960s murder guru Charles Manson know that his apocalyptic worldview was inspired by the New Testament’s book of Revelation and The Beatles’ lyrically cryptic White Album. Few...
WED ? 8 With the school year in session, KinoMonda comes back to TCU. This week’s selection is Maria Full of Grace, a steely thriller that follows a girl’s journey from Colombia to New York City as a cocaine mule. The film ...
I don’t know what you were doing the other morning, but I was drinking beer and watching The Price is Right.
When it came out in 1980, Airplane! was considered frenetically paced for a comedy film.