Monthly Archives: March 2012

How Green?

When Edge Resources recently announced that it had partnered with an international nonprofit group to create a sustainably developed gas drilling property in south...
Casa de mi Padre review

Casa de mi Padre: Heading South

With Casa de mi Padre, Will Ferrell has entered the baroque phase of his career, where he realizes he can do whatever the hell...
Disney's John Carter moive

John Carter: Man from Mars

They say the easiest reviews to write are for very bad movies and very good ones. This was an easy review to write, because...
Aventino's

Mangia at Aventino’s

In early January, one local chef was out promoting a new restaurant via Facebook. The thing is: It wasn’t his restaurant. Jon Bonnell, whose...

Star-Telegram Caves In To Fear, Oh My

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram decided not to print this week's Doonesbury comic strips that reveal the hoops Texas women must jump through when seeking...
Sargent paintings at Amon Carter

Amon Carter’s Sargent

Two exhibits opened last Sunday: the sprawling The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark at the Kimbell Art Museum and the...

“Raid” Doc Debuts

After three years of work, North Texas filmmaker Robert L. Camina is finally debuting his documentary feature Raid of the Rainbow Lounge 7:30pm tomorrow...
Chow, Baby

A Fire of Many Flavors

It’s located on a busy corner in a former fast-food joint. The name means “fire sauce,” the chef is named Rodriguez, and chicken enchiladas...

Librotraficante Readings

When push comes to shove, one thing most Americans can come together for is free speech –– we might not like what the other...

Bugs Henderson Celebration On Tuesday

Patty Henderson, the widow of Bug Henderson, sent an email announcing a Celebration of Bugs' Life at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Moore's Store in...