Monthly Archives: April 2011

Civility in the FWISD or Politics as Usual?

Is civility, like beauty, only in the eye (or ear) of the beholder?  That’s what some Fort Worth school board trustees are asking after...

Free Tix to Granbury Wine Walk

Historic Granbury will be the site of an oenophile’s and/or gourmand’s dream Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30. The 2011 Granbury Wine Walk...

My Weekend Pick: Prairie Fest

Fort Worth Prairie Fest volunteers are busy prepping the site and setting up tents, which isn't easy with the wind blowing out there on...

R.I.P., Tim Hetherington

War reporters sign on for their jobs knowing that they might be killed in the line of duty. That doesn't make it any easier...

“Wild Ocean” in IMAX

Tomorrow (April 22) is Earth Day. You could spend it fantasizing about making out with Al Gore in the backseat of a hybrid while...

Mary Not A Virgin? OMG!

A new, updated translation of the Bible interprets Mary as being a "young woman" rather than a "virgin." (As God might say, "OMM!") This could...

Since We All Can’t Grab A Hose…

As North Texas' massive fire approached Fort Worth on Tuesday, city officials led by Mayor Mike Moncrief -- or "Mr. Morale Responsibility" as we...

Film Shorts

OPENING: Super (NR) James Gunn’s black comedy stars Rainn Wilson as an ordinary man who sets out to fight crime as a masked superhero....

Night & Day

WED · 20 Sometimes the movie theaters are full of deadheads watching bad movies, but tonight they’ll be full of Deadheads watching The Grateful Dead...

The Fest in Flower

A unique Fort Worth festival was in danger of going belly up just a few months ago when Fort Worth Weekly published “Prairie Fest...