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Sports Rush: The Spicy Sport

Rush Olson
Food and sport have a symbiotic relationship. We love to combine vittles with victories. The marriage of a hot dog and a ballgame let no man tear asunder. But what happens when food becomes part of the action? Perhaps you’...


Southern Bros

Top 5 Shows

Steve Steward
1) Fans of Red Dirt country and songwriters influenced by similar music need to be at Shipping and Receiving tonight to see Adam Hood and Jason Eady, two of that particular genre’s most eminent artists. Besides Hood’s and E...



"Backtrack" opens Friday at AMC Grapevine Mills

Film Shorts

Kristian Lin
Opening Backtrack (R) Adrien Brody stars in this supernatural thriller as a psychiatrist who discovers that all the patients he’s been seeing are ghosts. Also with Sam Neill, Robin McLeavy, Bruce Spence, Jenni Baird, Chloe Ba...


Ryan Clayton and wife Vanessa Clayton could be seen as local representatives of an entirely new art genre. Fever Dream Interactive

Fever Dreaming

Ryan Clayton places viewers at the center of his psychedelic art.
Edward Brown
Ryan Clayton admits his interactive and immersive approach to art lies somewhere between painting and live rock ’n’ roll. And he’s totally fine with that. A recent exhibit at the Race Street studio Bobby on Drums manifest...



Anomalisa Re-opens Friday at AMC Grapevine Mills.

Film Shorts

Kristian Lin
Opening Anomalisa (R) This stop-motion animated movie is remarkable, even if its depressive brilliance remains a closed book to you. David Thewlis portrays a British expat and corporate consultant who travels to Cincinnati in 2...


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GRO at 15

With a new, countrified sound, Green River Ordinance is ready to go another 15 years. And more.
Eric Griffey
On a cold, dreary January afternoon, somewhere amid a neat row of bunker-esque buildings in an industrial area near Six Flags in Arlington, a man was standing in a doorway aggressively rapping over what sounded like the soundtr...



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To Save the Stockyards’ Living History

Looming development reawakens a preservationist spirit.
Story by Edward Brown Photo by Brian Hutson
Rows of dutifully preserved photographs in the Stockyards Museum are all that remain from much of Fort Worth’s early days. Several images capture the enormity of the meatpacking industry at the turn of the last century. Sprea...


buzz kills

Top 5 Shows

Steve Steward
1) Gonna try again to be brief, because it’s Friday and you probably have shit to do. Tonight’s show at 1912 is a real banger: besides Fungi Girls, Bummer Vacation (who have recently updated into a 2.0 form of sorts – a f...



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Tarrant County Among Top In Police Shootings

Jeff Prince
The Guardian‘s amazing year-long project, The Counted, is tracking and examining the number of people killed by police and other law enforcement agencies in the United States during 2015. The reporters have made some inte...


War party

Concert Review: War Party at The Republic Street Bar

Jasun Lee
The Republic Street Bar (201 East Hattie St., 817-615-9360) isn’t your typical music venue by any means. The place has no PA system, no soundman, and a somewhat sporadic schedule of live music. But in the spirit of other Near...