Monthly Archives: April 2011

Unheard Classics

Last week, we wrote about Tan Dun’s Water Concerto in this space, and this week Fort Worth music lovers with a taste for the...

Texas Biennial: Austin Bias?

Austin is a lot of things: state capital, Live Music Capital of the Universe ®, home of the second most important football team in...

Gallery

Graduate student art shows always tend to be a mixed bag, but you’ll see some striking pieces at UTA’s M.F.A. exhibit, like the above...

Action on Extraction

This afternoon (Wed Apr 20) 5-7pm, a group of local environmental activists will converge on downtown Fort Worth for a march and rally to...

County Courthouse Clock Stops Ticking

If you're driving near downtown tomorrow and look at Fort Worth's lovely old county courthouse you might notice that the tower clock has stopped...

Local Pop Star Wannabes Make Friday Sound Great

USA Today throws love to Rebecca Black in this feature of the teenage girl whose "Friday" video created a YouTube sensation (more than 110...

Mavs Killer In Town; Bet Farm On Portland

NBA referee/Mavericks slayer Danny Crawford will be working tonight's playoff game between the Dallas Mavs and the Portland Trail Cookies at American Airlines Center. Why...

Sarah Palin Book Chilling? You Betcha!

Former Alaska governor, current pop culture celebrity, future presidential hopeful, and ultimate insignificant blip on the political radar Sarah Palin will be exposed in...

Hollywood’s Edna Gladney

Fans of Fort Worth history and classic Hollywood melodramas, take note: Tomorrow afternoon (Tue Apr 19) at 3:45pm, the basic cable channel Turner Classic...

Party with Porky

PETA members and cabbage heads, avert your eyes: Sunday afternoon (Apr 17) 4-7pm, Texas Toast Culinary Tours will present an "Urban Chuck Wagon Pig-Pickin’" food...