Posts Tagged ‘weekender’

Weekender, Fri., July 17

Anthony Mariani
Pretty much all day tomorrow (Saturday) at the Kimbell (3333 Camp Bowie Blvd, in the Cultural District, 817-332-8451) will be devoted, and rightfully so, to Philip Haas’ new, groundbreaking exhibit –– Butchers, Dragons, G...


Weekender/Hip-Tips, Fri., June 12

Anthony Mariani
Shows to see this weekend: Dove Hunter and Ghostcar tomorrow (Saturday) at Lola’s Saloon Stockyards (105 W Exchange Av, 817-386-5008). Tix are $6. Also tomorrow (Saturday): Rivercrest Yacht Club, Sally Majestic, and Automorro...



Weekender, Fri., May 15

Anthony Mariani
C’mon. You’ve got to admit: There’s a part of you that thinks sonic art is bullshit. The thought has to have crossed your mind that that guy “playing” his guitar with a pencil and a movie ticket stub is pulling your l...


Weekender, Fri., May 8

Anthony Mariani
Big coup for the Aardvark, getting Reverend Horton Heat and 1100 Springs, two huge Dallas-based bands that have some history with Brian Forella, who owns both Lola’s clubs and the Longhorn and used to own the Wreck Room, wher...



Weekender II, Fri., May 1

Anthony Mariani
FROM THE DESK OF CONTRIBUTOR COLE WILLIAMS The fourth annual Texas Frightmare Weekend horror convention haunts North Texas this weekend. The Sheraton Grand Hotel-DFW International Airport will host celebrity guests, movie scree...


Weekender, Thu., April 30

Anthony Mariani
One of Fort Worth’s most influential hardcore bands, Suiciety, has gotten back together to play two shows: one in Austin (at Lovejoy’s Tap Room and Brewery), the other here in the Fort, at Lola’s Sixth (2736 W 6th St, by ...



Weekender/Hip Tips 4/24

Anthony Mariani
Johnny Mack is back on the boards. The legendary Fort Worth bluesman is playing Keys Lounge (5677 Westcreek Ct, 817-292-8627) on Tues., April 28, with an outfit called the Bon Ton Playboys. I don’t know, but I’m betting tha...


Hip Tips/Weekender 4/17

Anthony Mariani
BIG SHOES/SHOWS Fort Worth’s Vatican Press is doing that trashy, raw, new-Brit-pop thing and pretty well. The sound’s equal parts Bowling For Soup and The Color of May, everything held together by faith, hope, and Elmer’s...