Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Bard in Tweetland

On the 447th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth in April, an arts blogger for a West Virginia newspaper wrote that the Elizabethan playwright had aimed...

Southside Hoagies

With the Near South Side’s recent emergence as a hip destination, you’ve got to wonder how many people remember the area anchored by Magnolia...

Hey, Sailor, Want to Share Some Cow Brains?

I am a taco slut, always have been. I’m not talking about the kind of tacos you get at gringo-friendly margarita-sopapilla-raise-the-flag Tex-Mex places (though...

The Next Wave

The Lois Weber Film Festival in Grand Prairie is devoted to movies directed by women. Looking over the selections on offer, you might be...

It Takes A Village in Keller To Say Hell To The No

It takes a village to raise a child -- believe me, I know. I don't have children but my biggest tax bill comes from the...

“Wittenberg” at Amphibian

This week’s “Stage” page is a review of Wittenberg, a bawdy comedy about religion and philosophy that’s enjoying an excellent Southwest premiere by Amphibian...

Public Art Panel Discussion Tonight (Tue)

Public art project manager for Fort Worth Public Art, Anne Allen will moderate a discussion among three of town’s most esteemed artists –– photorealist...

“Jackie Brown” at The Modern

I’m not a big Quentin Tarantino fan, but his best movie by far is 1997’s underrated Jackie Brown. It proved he had the discipline...

Wired Willy’s Set to Open

The latest entry into Clubland in the West 7th corridor, Wired Willy’s is opening on Wednesday. Located between 7th Haven and Poag Mahone’s at...

Post-Women’s World Cup Thoughts

That was a pretty great game, wasn't it? Well, except for the ending. Here's what I learned: Japan are deserving winners We heard so much...