Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Other Schumann

Ten years minus a couple of months after she won the gold medal at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Olga Kern returns to...

Reason No. 149 To Love Marty B

Martellus Bennett, aka Marty B, is a comical, goofy, and occasionally controversial tight end for the Dallas Cowboys. He's not the greatest tight end...

Jubilee’s “African Company”

This week’s “Stage” page features an interview with Tre Garrett, the 30 year old director/playwright/filmmaker who assumed the role of artistic director at Jubilee...

Feral Hogs On Legislative Hit List

State legislators appear more eager than ever to get rid of feral hogs -- the Texas House voted 137-9 to expand helicopter hunts. Good for...

Schieffer Symposium on the News

With so many news outlets in different media competing for your attention, it’s more important than ever to keep perspective on all the information...

First Friday on the Green Photos

If you could have found a blade of grass on Magnolia Green Park that was not occupied by someone's rear end or a blanket...

Wildflowers Waking

Local activist Don Young has spent endless hours over the years touting the Tandy Hills Natural Area, hosting regular clean-ups, spotlighting the park's beautiful...

Injured Vets on Bicycles Arrive in Arlington Today

This is coming in late and I apologize but I do want to salute and congratulate the injured U.S. veterans who are arriving in...

Exotic Pet Doc at Rave Theaters

When I was in seventh grade, my science teacher kept three fully grown Burmese pythons in the classroom. They were between 10 and 15...

Blogging “Black Swan” (Finale)

I issued a SPOILER WARNING earlier but now seems like a good time to repeat it: ALL THE PLOT DEVELOPMENTS ARE GIVEN AWAY IN...