Monthly Archives: July 2011

Another Fan Falls Over Railing; Darwin Foiled

Shannon Stone's fall from the stands at the Ballpark in Arlington last week was tragic. A good father trying to catch a ball for...

USA 2, Brazil 2 (USA Wins 5-3 on Penalties)

Wow, that game had everything, didn’t it? Everything except a streaker. And a jaw-dropping coaching blunder. And Hope Solo discovering a terrorist plot and...

The Texas Giant and Me

By now you’ve probably heard that the recently renovated Texas Giant roller coaster at Six Flags stopped in mid-ride yesterday. Fourteen stories up. After...

Notes from the Women’s World Cup Group Stage

A few observations, now that the Women’s World Cup quarterfinals are set: USA’s women have made things a lot harder for themselves… It wasn’t just...

Music Awards Ceremony After-Party Sunday

Cancel your Sunday plans or get a sitter. At 8pm at Capital Bar (3017 Morton St, W 7th corridor, 817-820-0049) on Sunday (July 10), we...

Roy Williams Cheap When Buying Ring

In recent years, Dallas Cowboys fans have learned a lot about veteran wide receiver Roy Williams. He doesn't catch well, runs poor routes, and doesn't...

Shake It at The Modern

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is presenting a unique three-weekend festival celebrating the international art of dance, live and on film. The 8th...

Examples From This Month’s Art Exhibit

Here are five of the 46 paintings that will be exhibited this month at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. Looking for the Lone Star:...

Film Shorts

OPENING: Horrible Bosses (R) Don’t you just love it when the movie’s title tells you exactly what it’s about? Jason Bateman, Charlie Day,...

Tomorrow and Tomorrow …

A long time ago, cities used to send trucks rolling down neighborhood streets, spraying mosquito repellent into the air. Kids couldn’t resist the urge...