Monthly Archives: March 2011

Exotic Arlington.Yes, You Read That Right

Sadly, Chow, Baby’s long-dreamed-of international cuisine (especially saffron rice) research trip to Beirut or maybe Damascus is on permanent hold: In the past few...

I Fold

Well, here’s a character that even longtime Fort Worth theatergoers probably haven’t seen before. Rajiv Joseph’s Animals Out of Paper revolves around a teenage...

Let’s Talk “Vagina”

Artes de la Rosa will present bilingual performances of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues this Friday and Saturday (Mar 11 & 12) at 7:30pm...

Burns Invited to White House

City councilmember Joel Burns’s profile as a national spokesman against bullying in schools has just gotten even bigger (if that's possible) – he’s been...

OGAP Says Senate Bill Tramples Property Rights

The Oil and Gas Accountability Project (OGAP) is spearheading an effort to block Texas Senate Bill 875, which the group says will trample property...

License Plate Sales Going DAMGOOD

The ego of Texas drivers is a boon for the state's general fund. Myplates.com is hosting a week-long sale of seven-character personalized license plates. Years...

UT-Arlington Prez Says No To Guns

UT-Arlington President James D. Spaniolo must be smart. He's a highly educated executive at a big school and he uses words such as "antithetical"...

KXT’s Paul Slavens Takes Over the Chat

As I first Tweeted a couple of days ago (or was it yesterday and it just feels like a long time ago?), KXT DJ...

Fort Worth Urban App

Kevin Buchanan, creator of the urban advocacy website Fortworthology.com, has created a new app for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch called “Built Fort Worth.”...

Mark Cuban Making Deal With Devil?

My lateral incisors are dripping tiger blood at the thought of the two most annoying men in the world -- actor Charlie Sheen and...