Monthly Archives: March 2011

Relationship Issues

A month ago, So 7 Bistro chef/owner Jean Michel Sakouhi announced that he was downscaling his fancy-Frenchy menu and rebranding as So 7 Bar...

Visionary Awards

We at the Fort Worth Weekly are proud to announce our inaugural Visionary Awards to honor and celebrate local artists working in disciplines as...

Troubaderos, FM2865 To Face Off In Final Showdown

The Troubaderos edged out Dale Riley & The Last Train South at last night's semi-final round of the Texas Music Showdown with KHYI's Brett...

“Animals” and ‘Phibs

This week’s “Stage” review of Amphibian Productions’ Animals Out of Paper – a Southwest premiere -- can be summed up in one urgent sentence:...

The Best Movies of 2000

I did a similar version of this post at the end of 2009, but forgot to do it at the end of 2010 and...

Ridglea Theater Closes in on Historic Re-Zoning

A couple of hours ago, Ridglea Theater owner Jerry Shults received a phone call from councilmember Zim Zimmerman, who said he doesn’t plan on...

City Coughs Up Rainbow Cash

Bravo to city leaders for settling with Chad Gibson and George Armstrong for more than $400,000 in the wake of the historic Rainbow Lounge...

Buddy Can You Spare A Trillion?

On my way to work this morning I came upon this car cruising down I-30. Note the message on the back window ("National Debt...

Zimmerman After Ridglea Theater Again

Fort Worth councilmember Zim Zimmerman is at odds with the people behind the new Ridglea Theater again.   Most recently, he was in favor of the...

FW Man Gets New Face

File this under “So You Think You Got Problems?”: Last week 25 year old Fort Worth resident Dallas Wiens received the country’s first full...