Posts Tagged ‘work’
Ladies and gentlemen, please remember to tip the Waitress at your theater.
It’s impossible to watch Waitress without feeling a certain amount of pain.
The Hoax that Clifford Irving pulled is recounted in this enjoyable movie.
In interviews and public appearances, Richard Gere has repeatedly said that the most fun he has ever had on the job was playing Billy Flynn in Chicago.
The Modern tests and soothes childhood in Pretty Baby.
In art, theater, music, literature, film — basically, any artistic discipline — there are themes, and then there are themes.
Norah Jones has done a lot to quash the expectations established by her first album, 2002’s Come Away With Me.
Van Cliburn gold medalist Alexander Kobrin brought an inquisitive, authoritative touch to some semi-obscure music at the Caruth last weekend.
The Van Cliburn International Piano Competition has sifted through a lot of talent over the years, with most winners falling somewhere between the scholarly intensity of Radu Lupu and the sweeping romanticism of Olga Kern. But ...
Fernando Costa drags us kicking and screaming toward a livable city.
Fernando Costa is a familiar sight at Fort Worth City Council meetings, giving presentations on one aspect or another of the city’s past, present, or future. As city planning director, he is the hub where many spokes on the c...
We’re now far enough into the spring semester that collegiate theater departments have had time to rehearse and stage their new plays. Texas Wesleyan came out with its Benjamin Franklin play last week, and now most of the oth...
Esopus magazine isn’t really a magazine as much as it’s a distribution tool, like a record label or art gallery.
The Amon Carter’s newest exhibit is called William H. Johnson’s World on Paper, and it pays tribute to the African-American artist associated with the Harlem Renaissance.
Letters From Iwo Jima is an Oscar nominee, but it falls short of the hype.
Clint Eastwood shot Letters From Iwo Jima and Flags of Our Fathers as companion pieces.