Monthly Archives: January 2012

Mercy on Tap

At first glance, the Sunday night event at Mambo’s Tapas Cantina in downtown Fort Worth didn’t seem to have much to do with a...

Gallery

Heavyweight names will be on display at UNT Art Gallery’s show to start the spring semester. The fifth annual Collections, Cultures, and Collaborations features...

The Artist: Quiet on the Set

After premiering at last summer’s Cannes Film Festival to rave reviews and a Best Actor prize, The Artist has played to rapturous reception at...

Haywire: Kane Mutiny

I’m not sure why this film is called Haywire. The title implies a berserk quality, when in fact this movie is a tightly controlled...

Widen Your Horizons, Cowboy

Every time my grandmother bites into a good piece of beef, she uses the same line: “This cow must have been in love.” Everybody...

Joe’s back in town

On a cool Saturday night last November, pianist and composer Joe Rogers played an intimate, sold-out set at the Southside arts center Arts Fifth...

Little Germany: Big Flavors

There’s this Tim Allen bit from the early ’90s where he disparages German food thusly: “If you can’t shove it into an animal casing,...

Where Is My John Wayne?

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is holding an unusual sort of film retrospective while the Stock Show is going on. The...

JT Hodges Up For ACM New Artist Award

The Academy of Country Music nominated Fort Worth native and Texas Christian University graduate JT Hodges as a semi-finalist for the Annual ACM Awards...

“New Jerusalem” at Stage West

This week’s “Stage” page offers an interview with Garret Storms, the actor who landed the meaty role of 17th century Jewish philosopher Baruch Spinoza...