Monthly Archives: November 2011

My Name Is… Martha Marcy May Marlene.

One of the big stories at last winter’s Sundance Film Festival was Martha Marcy May Marlene. This low-budget psychological thriller turned heads even before...

J. Edgar: Hoover Ville

Mark Harris recently wrote that while film critics often slam a movie whose directors and/or actors are better than its weak script, those same...

A Pretty Penny

On Aug. 29, Tarrant County College’s $192 million Center for Health Care Professions opened its doors to 700 students in downtown Fort Worth. Officially...

Pansayena Treats

The atmosphere inside the little strip-mall Mexican eatery Pansayena is modest, to say the least. There are the typical framed Mexican travel posters on...

Arrivederci, Sardines

Chow, Baby had to see it to believe it. Walking into the building that had housed Sardines Ristorante Italiano (509 University Dr., FW), its...

Allure and Utility

For years now, Fort Worth painter Sarah Green has been delighting viewers with her whimsical, colorful digital paintings –– she uses a pressure-sensitive pen...

Nancy Palmeri’s “Bird Song”

Twenty-seven professors, lecturers, and instructors have contributed to the 13th Faculty Biennial at UTA, which includes Sedrick Huckaby’s heavily impastoed paintings, Pauline Hudel Smith’s...

Lone Star Power

We wondered how Lone Star International Film Festival would fare now that it’s no longer the new kid on the block. Well, this year...

Military Tactics Suggested at Gas Confab

When Sharon Wilson, director of the Texas Oil and Gas Accountability Project for Earthworks!, and the activist blogger on texassharon.com signed up to attend...

Of Class, Crass, And Suffering Succotash

Joe Paterno erred by not being more proactive and chopping heads after hearing about alleged sexual abuse going on under his nose at Penn...