Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Hendersons: Back to the Future

Nolan Robertson labored intensely over every sonic meter of Lotosyros, the first mini-album from his ’60s revivalist, dream-pop project The Hendersons. After the 20-year-old...

Shoring Up Victories

Just three years ago the Downwinders at Risk environmental activist group was celebrating a major victory after members convinced several North Texas government entities...

The Ginger Man? Yep

I admit. I’m as guilty as some of you of too often opting for some new, buzzed-about joint in deference to an old standby....

817’ers @ 35 Conferette

This weekend, North Texas music lovers of a certain age (and perhaps a little older) will be obsessed with one thing:...

Gallery

With Rose Marine Theater hosting a bilingual version of The Vagina Monologues this weekend, that’s a perfect opportunity to drift next door before or...

Palazzolo Case Moves Closer to District Court

Last night, the Fort Worth School Board voted to uphold hearing examiner Rick Rickman’s recommendation that embattled whistle blower and former Arlington Heights High...

Cedar Rapids: Oh Ooo Oh Iowa

The trailer for Cedar Rapids is edited to make it look like another version of The Hangover, which makes sense because Ed Helms stars...

Mars Needs Moms: Empty Wells

Last week, we had the incredible burst of experimentalism that was Rango, a defiantly old-school 2-D animated film that nevertheless ventured fearlessly into territory...

Let the Right Ones Out

Cory Session is busy these days. The Fort Worth native is spending a lot of time in Austin, lobbying the Texas Legislature to make...

Shaw’s Burgers, Shakes, and More

It’s been no secret that David Shaw and Ann Diakas-Shaw, co-owners of Shaw’s Burgers and Shakes on the Near South Side, have had a...