Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Next Oscar Winner?

If the Lone Star International Film Festival is like Fort Worth’s version of Sundance, Christopher Kelly’s Modern Cinema: Great Movies You Haven’t Heard of...

Best Of 2011

Take a look at the cover of this, our biggest issue of the year. It was done by two students from the Art Institute...

Life Liberty And Pursuit Of 10 Large

Hey, high schoolers, put down that bong, drop that Twinkie, turn off that video game. Even though you should rightfully be able to pursue...

Open Call of the Dead

This Friday (Sept 30) is the last day artwork will be accepted for the Rose Marine Theater’s 2011 Dia de los Muertos Art Show....

The Village on Magnolia

Near the Fairmount neighborhood on the Near South Side, several entertainment establishments will join together to form The Village on Magnolia. Only one of...

Troubador TX And Guthrie Kennard Debut Sunday

A new docu-reality TV series examining the unpredictable lives of musicians in the Texas Music scene will feature a couple dozen artists over 22...

Facebook Changes Deserve A Like

Yesterday I typed a status update saying I didn't understand all the furor regarding FB changes. You'd have thought I denied the Holocaust and spat...

A Free Day in the District

Money is tight for a lot of people these days, and living a life of cultcha – attending the museums, the symphony, the opera,...

Film Shorts

OPENING Abduction (PG-13) Taylor Lautner stars in John Singleton’s action-adventure film as a teenager who’s sucked into an espionage plot after discovering his own picture...

Night & Day

WED?21 Opening tonight at 7:30pm is Vigil, a black comedy about a self-obsessed bachelor forced into caring for an allegedly dying aunt whom he hasn’t...