Monthly Archives: September 2011

Division Intervention

You might say I’ve been feeling the funk a little, and not the kind that comes out of Parliament’s Mothership. More specifically, it’s a...

Gallery

For its silver anniversary show, the Gallery at UTA has taken the numerically consistent step of showcasing 25 artists from its 25 years in...

Winding Drive

Oh, damn, Ryan Gosling is cool. He’s so cool that it hurts you deep inside. He has become famous as a romantic lead, and...

How She Does It

In our post-Oprah era, the overachieving mother who balances a high-profile job with keeping a perfect house and happy marriage should make for a...

Blowing Smoke

What if you brought your car to a mechanic for a tune-up and he looked it over and said it was in good shape....

Café Hana Blooms

The Japanese restaurant and sushi bar Café Hana in South Arlington occupies a strip-mall space but is still a classy, atmospheric setting for a...

Happy Bubbles to Me

Birthdays are always a little bittersweet for Chow, Baby. On the one hand, I’m a year older, and another year has passed in which...

Happy Bubbles to Me

Birthdays are always a little bittersweet for Chow, Baby. On the one hand, I’m a year older, and another year has passed in which...

New Poussin in Town

Last week, the Kimbell Art Museum announced to great fanfare its $24 million acquisition of Nicolas Poussin’s “The Sacrament of Ordination.” In gratifyingly speedy...

The Death of the EP

I don’t know if this is good or bad, but I’ve never (knowingly) heard a song by Kanye West. Or by...