Posts Tagged ‘school’
Texas Wesleyan is a powerhouse in American table tennis, led by The Princess of Pong
It’s the beginning of summer in the city, and like most college athletes, Jasna Reed is taking it comparatively easy. But that wasn’t her plan.
As you read in our cover story last week (“Q’d Up,” May 21), Q Cinema is now celebrating 10 years of existence, having weathered such challenges as recessions, the local gay community’s varying tastes, a...
A major piano festival and one of the best piano schools around play softly at TCU.
On a lazy summer evening at TCU’s Ed Landreth Auditorium, a casual observer probably couldn’t tell that one of Fort Worth’s most significant musical events is taking place.
Is the movie at the Modern this week the tip of a Fort Worth film revolution?
Bo Parker speaks in torrents. His conversation, cloaked with the terminology of marketing and design, crackles with ideas.
A North Texas couple is trying to ink their way into the porn film world.
Everybody’s got a story to tell, a story about how someone changed their lives. Adrenalynn just happens to wear hers on her right arm.
Joe Kuban’s work and music have built an environmental legacy.
A teenager was just itching to set fire to Tandy Hills Park. But maybe there were other ways to destroy the trees.
Honey, the kid’s a shrink. This teen comedy turns complex issues into big laughs.
Charlie Bartlett was supposed to come out last August. (In fact, that’s when I first saw the movie.)
Air pollution settlement will provide seed money for “green” projects.
Generally speaking, when small environmental groups take on gigantic corporations, it usually doesn’t end well for the little guy – or the environment, for that matter.
We dip into Fort Worth’s past to show the future what’s up.
Like most cities, Fort Worth has a rich musical heritage. But for whatever reason, when the national mainstream media talk about music, our lovely town of cow is barely mentioned. Even worse, a lot of yokels, especially a lot o...
A Rainwater program is providing leafy labs for Fort Worth students.
Third-graders at Fort Worth’s D. McRae Elementary School harvested 1,982 tomatoes last spring. The experience was good for their diets — and their math skills.