Posts Tagged ‘train’

Source Code: Every Time I Die

Meet the great sci-fi thriller of the spring — and maybe the year.
KRISTIAN LIN
Spoiler alert: This review gives away a major plot point (but we’ll warn you again when it’s coming).


All the Small Things

Big Ticket
“I have a tiny world to save,” says the hero of the Scott Pilgrim graphic novels as he loses himself in a video game. His words can apply to a bunch of events going on this weekend.



Bo Powell:

His life is as sprawling and colorful as his artwork.
DAN MCGRAW PHOTOS BY ROBERT HART
Out behind Lola’s Saloon, Bo Powell is staring at the mural he finished recently for the bar’s new outdoor stage — there’s the Trinity River green space, a Fort Worth skyline, and F-16 fighter jets shooting past.


A Shock from the Neighbors

Static
The Rev. Tom Franklin was surprised to hear last week that some leaders of the Highland Hills Neighborhood Association in southeast Fort Worth want him to dismantle the Taser memorial that he and others have been building on pr...



Tolstoy Finds The Last Station

The Last Station has two Oscar nods, but it ain't Tolstoy.
KRISTIAN LIN
When he died, Leo Tolstoy was basically an old hippie. Immensely rich and famous from authoring War and Peace and Anna Karenina, the Russian count had turned his considerable energy to social causes and essays delineating his i...


Fontaine Brown

Tom Geddie
Listening to Fontaine Brown’s Tales from the Fence Line is almost like plugging in an old AM radio and picking up some ghost station playing early 1960s roadhouse R&B, with the emphasis on the blues. It’s kinda ...



High-Speed Solutions

The idea of passenger rail travel to major Texas cities picks up speed.
DAN MCGRAW
Driving down to Austin lately has become a real trip.