Monthly Archives: May 2011

Killer or Filler?

Seryn: This Is Where We Are In little over a year, Seryn has generated a fair amount of buzz around the state...

Restating the Obvious

Those concerned about the dangers posed to Texas groundwaters by gas drilling waste got bad news a few weeks ago. The state’s highest civil...

The Guv’s New Math

To the editor: Gov. Perry has made his career running on a “no new taxes” platform , but is it true? For years...

A Streetcar Named Perspire

About 9 a.m. last Tuesday, I popped out of a dead sleep with the nagging suspicion that I was already late for something really...

Music Awards Time

Our 14th or 15th Annual Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards are right around the corner. The ballot will be published online...

Gallery

In honor of his native Scotland and National Tartan Day, Firehouse Art Gallery director Keith Thomson is holding an exhibit of artworks in various...

Bridesmaids Takes the Cake

There’s no shortage of recent comedy films that revolve around male friendship, so where are the equivalent movies about women? When it comes to...

Thor: Good God Almighty

Everyone seems surprised that Kenneth Branagh is directing Thor. Well, I’m not. True, he made his name directing and starring in a string of...

Cutting the Economy to Ribbons

Gov. Rick Perry’s press releases have been practically bursting with pride lately, as a Texas Legislature with a heavy Republican majority has passed bill...

Attack Patty Shack

Patty Shack Burgers might best be described as a hole-in-the-wall with ample attitude. Unfortunately, the place suffers from a distinct lack of external signage....