Monthly Archives: May 2011

Don’t Go Changing

This week we launch a new occasional series, “Love What You Haven’t Done with the Place.” Chow, Baby came up with this while chilling...

FWO Festival is Here

As with years previous, Fort Worth Opera’s 2011 four-opera festival offers some wildly diverse programming. Fans of grand opera have three performances of Verdi’s...

“St. Nick” at Modern Tonight

There wasn't room to include this bit of news in my Night & Day column this week, but there are a couple of movie...

Dallas Cowboys Martellus Bennett Is A Funny Guy

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to his credit has stepped forward during the National Football League lockout and organized practices for the players this...

We’re A Disaster Waiting To Happen

Texas ranked No. 3 in this study on states most at risk of disaster. The Gulf of Mexico is one mean mamma-jamma --the hurricanes...

High School Playwrights

This Sunday (May 15) at 3pm, Circle Theatre and Fort Worth Theatre will co-host the High School Playwriting Project 2011. The afternoon will feature...

The Price Is No Longer Right

Tarrant County tax assessor-collector Betsy Price might have assessed and collected her last taxes – she appears on...

Mavs Jinxed; All Hope Lost

Thanks a lot, Sports Illustrated. Your cover jinx is all we need as the Dallas Mavericks fight their way toward their first NBA title. Then again,...

The Antlers Gore Heart With Song

This weekend I listened to Burst Apart -- the new CD by The Antlers -- and was seriously impressed. The Antlers are a New York-based...

Dallas Wiens on “GMA”

Dallas Wiens, the Fort Worth man who received the country’s first full trace transplant, was on Good Morning America today with his doctor. The...