Monthly Archives: June 2011

Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris

So I’ve now seen two Woody Allen movies, the first being 1973’s Sleeper. I saw that when I was in high school, when the...

Potiche Power

Between them, Catherine Deneuve and Gérard Depardieu, the stars of Potiche, have a whopping four wins and 27 nominations for the César Awards, France’s...

The Power of Alienation

A Burleson mother discovered something in 2006 about Texas law that shocked her, dragged her into a sinkhole of misery, and pushed her family...

Jack’s Porch Swings

Jack’s Porch advertises itself as an “American Sports Grill.” Yes, the menu is full of traditional “American” stand-bys (burgers, fries, wings), and the walls...

A Disturbance in the (Foodie) Force?

Call me naïve, but I expected a little more ceremony when I took on the Chow, Baby challenge — maybe a walk under an...

Trinity Shakes Rosalind

If any Shakespearean character deserves to be rediscovered by contemporary audiences, it’s Rosalind from As You Like It (probably written in the year 1600)....

FOX Says TCU Mascot Is Weird

Texas Christian University's Horned Frog is the coolest mascot in college football. And yet FOX Sports lists our beloved horny toad among its Weirdest Mascots...

Plenty o’ Bard

This week’s “Stage” page features an interview with actress Trisha Miller, former Dallasite and current Portland, OR resident who’s been performing with TCU’s Trinity...

Saggy Journalism

Online news source Newsoxy wrote about The T's decision to ban baggy pants from its buses, but it botched one tiny letter in its...

Black and Brown Coalition to Support Dansby for School Super

A group of 20 faith-based, civil rights and grassroots leaders within the black and brown community have called a 5:00 p.m. press conference at the...