Monthly Archives: March 2012

Hunger Games: Girl on Fire

When it comes to adapting Suzanne Collins’ novel The Hunger Games to film, the big challenge is that the book is so many different...

Rainbow Lounge Documentary Screens

A great many things started on June 28, 2009, when Fort Worth police officers and Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission agents conducted mass arrests at...

Janet Morrow at FWCAC

This week’s “Art” page features an interview with conceptual artist Janet Morrow, whose show Ambiguous Belonging is up at the Fort Worth Community Arts...

Second Annual Visionary Awards

Here’s a conundrum: How can Fort Worth have such an incredible array of art-related institutions and not be an “art town”? (At least not...

B Side for Z’s

For more than three years now Z’s Café, located in the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, has been a purveyor of fast, friendly, high-quality...

Reframing

For whatever reason, the main attractions at this year’s Spring Gallery Night seem to lie outside the usual venues. Don’t get us wrong: The...

Enlightened by the Dark

Anyone who’s checked out conceptual artist Janet Morrow’s current show Ambiguous Belonging at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center was probably intrigued and a...

Curse Of Chow Baby

Last week, Chow Baby did this review on Bacon's Bistro and Cafe in Hurst. Today, strong winds hit the restaurant and caused quite a bit...

Trimble Tech Tragedies

There’s so much tragedy in the daily news, it’s understandable that people get somewhat numb to a lot of it. But then a story appears...

Texas Women’s Health Care Dies Under Perry’s Scalpel

On Thursday, more than 130,000 Texas women faced the unthinkable. They lost access to their primary care health provider because a small cadre of Republican legislators...