Posts Tagged ‘tcu’

Turkey Awards 2015

Fort Worth Weekly
Turkey Time 2015 We’re not trying to be mean. Wait. Yes, we are. Some folks need to be held accountable for their transgressions, from the simply selfish to the borderline illegal. For the rest of you yokels on our dubious li...


Enbridge End-Around Update

Static loves it when the senators seem to pay attention to us. In a sharply written letter to Secretary of State John Kerry, 11 senators questioned how and why the State Department is allowing Enbridge Energy Partners an appare...


Fort Worth Documenting Its Latino History

Jeff Prince
A friend of mine likes to tell stories about his great-grandfather, and how he and his brother were separated by circumstance as young men but vowed to never cut their hair until they saw each other again. Many years passed. Wh...

Luther Smith’s “Swamp, Port Royal, South Carolina, March 2015”


Fort Worth Weekly
TCU smartly gets a two-week jump on Fall Gallery Night with Biennial Faculty Exhibition, giving students a look at work produced by their instructors. The opening reception is at 5pm Fri.


Dan Jenkins Rips TCU

Fort Worth’s most famous writer is well into his 80s, but he hasn’t exactly mellowed with age. The other day, Dan Jenkins raced to his Caligraph after studying a Fort Worth Business Press column that berated TCU for punishi...


Saved from violence by his violin

But this TCU student isn’t giving up on his Colombian hometown.
Edward Brown
The odds were stacked against Edinson Moreno. Growing up in Siloe, a notorious neighborhood in the even more notorious city of Santiago de Cali, Colombia, the now 26-year-old witnessed violence almost daily. From seemingly endl...

Jason Robert Brown

A Preview of Festival of American Song at TCU

Edward Brown
This weekend marks the second Festival of American Song presented by TCU. If there’s one thing Fort Worth isn’t running a deficit on its festivals, but let’s not get caught up with the “f-word.” The real question is: ...

Michael Banta is concerned about the new cookie cutter houses that now occupy his beloved neighborhood of 1930s bungalows. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Toothless Near TCU

As students cram into near-campus houses, homeowners are left with little recourse.
Kenneth Kost
When homeowners near TCU fought for an overlay in their district to restrict property owners from housing more than three unrelated tenants under the same roof, the homeowners didn’t know they would have to enforce the rules ...

Mimir Chamber Music Festival returns to Fort Worth this week.

Catch Mimir If You Can

Fort Worth Weekly
One of the city’s most underappreciated classical music institutions, the Mimir Chamber Music Festival, returns for another week at TCU and the Kimbell’s Piano Pavilion, and there is no shortage of good music to be heard. I...

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Tim Love Wooing Austin

Jeff Prince
Love is on a roll. Sure, Fort Worth’s biggest celebrity chef Tim Love might have duffed his one big shot at commandeering the concession stands at Colonial Country Club. Apparently, feeding thousands of people in multiple loc...