Monthly Archives: April 2011

Jubilee’s Tre Garrett

Tre Garrett, Jubilee Theatre’s artistic director since January, recalls the moment when, as a teenager, he found his place in the theater. He’d wanted...

Saint Marie Records Arrives

Fort Worth may turn into a music town after all. Just a couple of years ago, there wasn’t any industry infrastructure in place to...

TRV’s Up a Creek

Layla Caraway wasn’t very political prior to the summer of 2007. The Haltom City resident and her husband had purchased a home in the...

TT&Q, Calhoun, JATSDFM

One of the most popular, progressive, and critically acclaimed 817 indie-rock bands of the past decade, Tame … Tame and Quiet never really broke...

Gallery

The odd title of Ryder Richards’ installation Power comes from the artist’s exploration of guns, their place in the culture, and the kind of...

Hanna and the Company

Our action thrillers right now seem to be awash in young girls who are stone cold killers. The odd British entry Hanna is the...

Win Win Loses Half the Battle

By all rights I should like Tom McCarthy’s movies much better than I do. The writer-director of low-budget dramedies The Station Agent and The...

Dangerous Dis-Connects

Pertussis, the deadly whooping cough that killed thousands of children in the early part of the 20th century, is making a comeback in Tarrant...

Café Brazil: Trad Diner Goodness

Café Brazil is not one of those churrascarias, where sultry, gaucho-clad waiters serve meat from large sticks. The distinction is important. This Fort Worth...

Smashburger:

This week we revisit the concept of added burger juice! This is the phenomenon whereby burger places overcook their meat, then compensate for the...