Monthly Archives: March 2011

Nobel Peace Prize Winning Obama A Warmonger?

Sunday was the first day of spring, and Libertarian Party Chair Mark Hinkle sprung into action. First he probably trimmed his mustache. Then he emailed...

Rainbow Lounge Raid Leads To City Coffer Raid

Weekly staff writer Dan McGraw recently wrote about the Innocence Project and two wrongly convicted men who served long prison sentences because they wouldn't...

“Pioneer” Wins at SXSW

Pioneer, the short film produced by Fort Worth’s James M. Johnston and directed by Texas filmmaker David Patrick Lowery, has won the jury prize...

Film Shorts

OPENING: The Lincoln Lawyer (R) Matthew McConaughey stars in this adaptation of Michael Connelly’s novel as a defense attorney who tries to save...

Night & Day

WED ? 16 The Texas Brahmas are back in the CHL playoffs and looking to round into postseason form. Tonight their penultimate game of the...

Direct from Frac to Fish

Unnoticed by most local news media, on March 9 a tanker carrying toxic wastewater from a gas field overturned just north of the intersection...

Ballet Frontier: Mixed Response

It isn’t easy for a small school to put on a first-rate dance program. The logistics of corralling dancers, costumes, lighting, music, choreography, and...

Beauxregard’s Gryphoemia

J. Quincy Romine, lead singer and co-songwriter for the baroque Americana band Beauxregard, has an intriguingly diverse set of influences. He loves movies ––...

Radioactive

On Fort Worth’s North Side, tons of copper, aluminum, old cars, sheet metal, and steel pipe arrive each day at huge scrapyards. According to...

Nights in a Hayes

When I found out that up-and-coming Americana singer-songwriter Hayes Carll was going to kick off his national tour right here in North Texas —...