Posts Tagged ‘Texas Rangers’
Artisan Center Theater puts on Guys and Dolls thru Aug 29.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 29 - Known for his prolific art career depicting Parisian nightlife stripped of its glamor, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec has no shortage of respect, but he’s not often considered within the greater arc of art history the way...

TCC’s 50th anniversary celebration goes on at Panther Pavilion, Sat.

Golden Summer

Fort Worth Weekly
This Friday marks the 50th anniversary of the election that created the Tarrant County Junior College District. Since then, the organization has shortened its name to Tarrant County College District, the enrollment has swelled ...

The Texas Tenors close out another season of Concerts in the Garden, Sun.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 1 - This year, the Farmers Market has announced it will be open on Wednesday mornings as well as Saturdays. Getting there early will not only help you beat the summer heat but also give you access to the best selection of s...


A Wild Time at the Ballpark

Rush Olson
As I sat in the visiting dugout before the Rangers game with Oakland last Thursday, talk turned to the world-class athletic abilities of some talent we’d watched on the field a few minutes earlier. “In five steps, they’re...


Texas Rangers’ Infield Carousel

Charlie Clarke
For some players, sacrificing playing time and learning different positions is a fact of life in the big leagues. But for many of the younger guys on the Rangers, 2015 marks the first time they’ve ever been asked to play mult...


Introducing Our New Sports Columnist, Rush Olson

Rush Olson
As a child, I often visited the Meadowbrook branch of the Fort Worth Public Library (now the eSkills Library & Job Center). I frequently checked out its sports encyclopedia. I checked it out so often, in fact, the librarian...


News Roundup: June 1, 2015

Jeff Prince
Marching In The Street A crowd marched in protest of police brutality on Saturday, and the Star-Telegram published Laura Buckman’s photos. The No. 8 photo shows someone holding a sign seeking justice for Daniel Brumley, who w...

Jim Covault (top) and Nate Davis collaborate on a 20th-century masterpiece in Stage West’s Red.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 8 - Allison Gregory (see: Monday blurb) has written two plays adapting Barbara Park’s Junie B. Jones books to the theater, but it won’t be one of hers that Artisan Center Theatre puts on this evening. Marcy Heisler and ...


Ron Washington’s Mixed Legacy

Eric Griffey
Why couldn’t Ron Washington have just taken an extended leave of absence? Why did he have to quit? Today Washington unexpectedly resigned as manager of the Texas Rangers. He cited “personal reasons” for leaving th...


Bruno Mars, Chili Peppers Save Super Bore

Jeff Prince
The first play from scrimmage, which resulted in a safety and a two point lead for the Seattle Seahawks, made it clear that the Denver Broncos were about to get their tails kicked. The first commercial break, something about Ja...