Posts Tagged ‘woods’
We recently reported a story about a dog who was accused of attacking an 84-year-old man (“Mimi and the Man,” Dec. 8, 2010). The 4-year-old dog, Mimi, became the biggest pit bull celebrity since Spuds MacKenzie –– thoug...
They’re still fighting over who bit whom, but an Iraq veteran has his dog back.
Last July, an elderly man was sitting on his front porch on Fort Worth’s Near East Side when two pit bulls attacked him, knocking him over. One of the dogs bit the man on a finger. Eventually, the man identified one of two pi...
College campuses are supposed to be dead in the summer, but UNT isn’t holding to that this week. The school’s dance, theater, and opera students will all be taking the stage this weekend only, so you may want to head up to ...
Four years ago, Amber Herndon was volunteering at a banquet being held at her church. The event was a fund-raiser for a new program started by the church’s Sunday school class, which took donated cars, fixed them up, and ...
The Fort Worth Opera’s first multi-week festival continues in earnest this weekend with performances of Verdi’s Falstaff, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, and Puccini’s Madame Butterfly at Bass Performance Hall.
The city housing agency might not pass inspection.
On a treeless stretch of rolling land just north of the Riverside Drive and Berry Street intersection, four pastel-painted two-story model homes have risen from the proverbial ashes of one of the most blighted chunks of real es...
It’s tough to bring a beloved fantasy novel to the screen, as this movie shows.
An unusual number of people have come up to me in the last month or so to tell me how marvelous they found Pan’s Labyrinth.
Another mixed bag is up at the FWCAC this month. Anila Quayyum Agha’s multimedia collages exist side by side with Tina Medina’s pano arte (pen and pencil drawings on handkerchiefs). Weirdest of all is Robert Wood’s staged...