Posts Tagged ‘texas’
Chow, Baby’s mission and focus are ill-defined at best, but every so often it feels the need to get back to the Texas basics. Herewith, a week of nothing but home-grown.
There’s more to this Fort Worth artist than frat-holes getting wasted inside a glass case.
Fort Worth artist Richie Budd is accustomed to all kinds of unusual reactions to his sculptural installations and so-called “performative sculptures.” But his favorite response so far may be from a New York blogger who took...
As predicted months ago by Static, the Trans-Texas Corridor has more lives than a cat and simply refuses to go away. Governor Slick Rick Perry’s wet-dream to cut our state into huge pieces that would divide cities, towns, far...
WED ? 30 The United States has far more tornadoes than any other country in the world, thanks to its large stretches of flat land flanked by two north-south mountain chains that funnel cold Arctic air into collisions with warm ...
It’s always nice to see folks get the recognition due them, and Static gets to let loose a double-barreled rendition this week.
The more North Texans learn about shale drilling, the higher the stakes seem.
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
When the Barnett Shale drilling boom first swam into the public consciousness almost a decade ago, people all over Tarrant County had questions, mostly about how much money property owners could make and how to get the best dea...
WED ? 16 The Texas Brahmas are back in the CHL playoffs and looking to round into postseason form. Tonight their penultimate game of the regular season is against the Tulsa Oilers, another playoff team that’s right behind our...
Maybe Perry’s school didn’t have money to teach math.
It’s time for the state to tighten its belt, wrote Talmadge Heflin, former chair of the Appropriations Committee of the Texas House of Representatives, back in February.
WED ? 9 Q Cinema returns for its spring series with The Lesbian Short Film Festival, a collection of 10 shorts that includes the well-reviewed, stereotype-reversing Don’t Mess With Texas. There are also some highly unusual en...
Fort Worth folks play key roles in the work of freeing the wrongly convicted.
Cory Session is busy these days. The Fort Worth native is spending a lot of time in Austin, lobbying the Texas Legislature to make changes in the state’s criminal justice laws. He also speaks often to law school students, bot...