Posts Tagged ‘texas’

Foodways Texas Launches

The nonprofit organization devoted to Texas food holds a Fort Worth fund-raiser.
ANTHONY MARIANI
Chefs are usually focused on very temporary creations, food that will be gone within the hour (if not sooner). But on Sunday, several Fort Worth celebrity chefs will be cooking for posterity.  


Texas Ballet Theater Turns 50

Big Ticket
It’s been a rocky road over financial and sometimes artistic potholes, but Texas Ballet Theater made it to 50 this year. Artistic director Ben Stevenson and company will celebrate the anniversary with two programs at Bass Per...



A Different Playing Field

While Super Bowl fans cheered, protesters on the other side of the world fought the real battle.
GRAYSON HARPER
Well, here we are in the greatest country in the world. The snow melted just in time for the massed mobs to watch the gladiators have a go at each other. Tickets, as of Sunday morning, were going for between $3,500 and $20,000....


Night & Day

Fort Worth Weekly
WED ? 9 The Super Bowl is over, but at least one museum has kept up its football-themed art show. Grit and Glory: Six Man Football is an exhibit of photographs by Laura Wilson, who spent the 1990s in small Texas towns documenti...



Gallery

Gallery at UTA
Gallery
The Gallery at UTA is all about printmaking right now. One of the two shows there highlights prints made by Wisconsin artist John Hitchcock that are informed by various political and social views.


Egypt to Texas, Giza to Giza

An Egyptian-American family tends the store and worries about what’s happening in the Middle East.
ERIC GRIFFEY photos by lee chastain
A modest strip mall in Bedford is a long way from the current troubles in Egypt. But for 39-year-old Emad Nagib, it’s a salient reminder of why he left his home there and of all that he has accomplished in his short time in t...



Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 26 The Metropolitan Opera trots out a new production of La Fanciulla del West to mark the 100th anniversary of Puccini’s horse opera. This work has never found much traction in this country, perhaps because it’s reall...


Making a Killing

A Fort Worth author turns a mythical, bloodsucking Texas town into big-time success.
JIMMY FOWLER photos by robert hart
A former literary agent of Fort  Worth novelist Roxanne Longstreet Conrad’s once told her: “You’re the kind of writer who pokes along doing OK until something you write hits big, and then you go right up there.”  



Save The World: Drive to Dallas

Static
A meeting that might help save the world from extinction is being held on Friday. Unfortunately, it’s way over in Dallas. Static wants to be as green as the next guy, but, c’mon, we have to fight traffic all the way to Dall...


Texas Budget Plan: Grab The Machete

Jeff Prince
Illinois is considering increasing its income tax by 66 percent in a desperate attempt to fix its budget. The move is expected to raise about $7 billion annually. Texans would storm the state capitol if anything like that happe...