Monthly Archives: March 2012

SOS, Mace, Pinkish Black

 One of the coolest batch of tunes to come out of Fort Worth in the past couple of weeks is from … Los Angeles?...

A Season for Knives

It’s spring again. Must be time to start another war. Now it appears the target will be Iran. Or maybe Syria. John McCain wants...

Mall-Dining Tip: Leave

Recently, I’ve been scouring area malls for a wedding gift that fits both the bride and groom’s expensive tastes and Chow, Baby’s budget —...

Johnson Jokes

At the Addison Improv in late January, Josh Johnson, a slender 22-year-old Fort Worth comedian, dropped an unusual piece of information at the beginning...

Rock Explosion

Fort Worth has a lot of rock bands. Indie-rock, hard-rock, stoner-rock, punk-rock. But good ol’ fashioned, straight-ahead, unhyphenated rock ’n’ roll? Eh. But Fort Worth,...

Cesspool No More

For months, tattoo artist Drago Reid set up his easel each day to paint in Saunders Park next to Marine Creek in the Fort...
Corey Gossett

Gallery

This weekend is your last chance to see There’s No Sun Shining Through, Corey Gossett’s site-specific installation at Gallery 76102. The exhibit explores the...
The Raid: Redemption

Raid: Indo Cinema

When was the last time you saw an absolutely badass Indonesian movie? The world’s fourth most populous country — and its largest Muslim nation...

Salmon Fishing: Running Dry

Why is this movie called Salmon Fishing in the Yemen? Like the satirical Paul Torday novel that it’s based on, the film constantly refers...

Directing a Horror

John Storm was introduced to Fort Worth Weekly readers several years ago when film writer Kristian Lin described the new leadership at the Lone...