Monthly Archives: July 2011

Closer to Reality?

City Hall is already looking different under the leadership of Fort Worth’s new mayor. Betsy Price ran this week’s city council meetings in the...

Battleground Wittenberg

For a show that explores sober themes like the conflict between faith and reason, Amphibian Stage Productions’ Wittenberg has a surprising amount of sex,...

The Music Bed Wakes Up

Bright pop-rockers Green River Ordinance, singer-songwriter Jordan Critz, the shoegazing Constant Seas, and singer-songwriter Dara Maclean are just four Fort Worth artists who are...

School Politics:

“We are in a very important period of history, and our decisions will affect the very future of this city,” said Fort Worth school...

No Overtime for Bikinis

Here’s the thing: I love dive bars and all, but every so often, one’ll give me a case of the willies strong enough to...

Takeover, Davestock

While you’re sleeping this Saturday evening after doing whatever you normally do on Saturday evenings –– go to dinner, go to...

War on Sag

Haven’t we been through this before? No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service. Even an irreverent shirtless, shoeless hippie from the 1960s got the message...

Gallery

Arts Fifth Avenue knows the value of brevity. The nonprofit’s show of paintings by Hip Pocket Theatre maven Lake Simons is enjoying but a...

Che C’è? The Double Hour

The Italian film The Double Hour finally secured its release in American movie theaters last year. That’s when the buzz started building among cinephiles...

Pooh Lightness

Well, here’s an unfortunate case of hitting the marketplace at the wrong time. No doubt the folks at Disney thought they’d counter-program by putting...