Monthly Archives: April 2011

Killer or Filler?

The number of CDs being produced by local artists on small labels or in home studios is both blessing and curse. It’s interesting to...

Dry Holes

Gas drilling activists knew it would be an uphill fight this year to win any concessions from a conservative-dominated, business-oriented Texas Legislature, especially given...

Watch Those Wells

To the editor: Regarding the March 23 cover story “Dark and Scary Wells”: A growing body of credible evidence suggests that all prudent state-of-the-art...

2500 to 4/20

The marquee outside of the bar dubbed it the best biker bar in Texas. I have no clue as to whether that’s even close...

Keys, JJ, Music Awards

Keys Lounge (5677 Westcreek Dr., 817-292-8627) has a lot of interesting stuff going on this weekend. In addition to a Friday show by veteran...

Certified Copy: Love Among the Ruins

In a small Tuscan village, we see an elderly Frenchman apparently yelling abuse at his wife in the middle of the piazza. But then...

Tek Doko vs. the Mob

“People think because I run an Italian restaurant, I must be mobbed up,” said Tek Doko, whose family has owned and operated Roma Pasta...

Leading Molly

Aw, look at the five mayoral candidates. Aren’t they sweet? The play together so nicely! They vowed a clean, friendly race at their first...

Bite into Hammerhead Sushi

Nestled somewhat discreetly across from The Aardvark on West Berry Street near TCU, the recently opened Hammerhead Sushi is laid-back but also aiming to...

Fare’s Fair

Chow, Baby tries so hard not to be a conspiracy theorist — well, maybe not that hard — and then along comes yet another...