Posts Tagged ‘school’
Will local officials’ vision match the moolah coming in from the gas boom?
FW Weekly Staff
FW Weekly Staff
So, you’ve won the lottery — not the biggest one, maybe, but juicy enough that if you’re already earning, say $50,000, that winning ticket will add another $2,000 to $5,000 a year, after taxes. And while you can’t be su...
It’s tough to bring a beloved fantasy novel to the screen, as this movie shows.
An unusual number of people have come up to me in the last month or so to tell me how marvelous they found Pan’s Labyrinth.
Just one art exhibit won’t re-create the feel of Gallery Night by itself, but it’ll still be nice when Justin Bryant displays his paintings for four hours at downtown Fort Worth’s Fizzi restaurant on Sunday.
New dress rules bring out the creativity in local high-schoolers.
You almost have to feel sorry for Fort Worth public school administrators. When they instituted a stricter dress code for high schools this year, their aims were laudable: Get rid of the saggy-bottom, droopy-drawer guy-wear, an...
A local producer and Fort Worth Country Day School grad lands a major Hollywood deal.
A lot of grads from Fort Worth Country Day School, one of the most elite private high schools in Texas, have experienced some success in the film industry.
TCU’s Patterson is gunnin’ for respect — and a national tv audience.
Gary Patterson wants to play the guitar, you can tell. The Texas Christian University head football coach has been sitting in his living room answering questions for more than an hour, but that acoustic guitar propped in the co...
From the Met to mildew: An incredible collection of Fort Worth art is unearthed at a local middle school.
The private art collections into which New York City’s legendary Metropolitan Museum of Art digs for gems to borrow and exhibit usually belong to either aristocratic families or multi-national corporations. But in 1950, when ...
As far as places to get an MFA in studio art go, the University of North Texas is all dat. Texas Christian University and University of Texas-Arlington have their unique, incidental charms.
It’s August, which means that Hollywood has finished putting out its big summer blockbusters and is giving us toaster leavings such as Step Up to kill time before the Oscar contenders come prancing out in the fall. Now would ...
JACOB TAYLOR and BETTY BRINK
When the Rev. Kyev Tatum took his last $1,000 and plunked it down as earnest money toward the purchase of an old skating rink in Mansfield this May, it was an act of passion, not to mention faith. All he needs by July 30 is at ...