Monthly Archives: April 2012

Killer or Filler?

Darrin Kobetich’s The Longest Winter The title of guitarist Darrin Kobetich’s latest self-released album, The Longest Winter, suggests the musician might be applying his considerable...

Researching Motivation

Look no further than Shree Bose for proof that motivation and perseverance can open wondrous doors. The Fort Worth Country Day School senior spent...

Gallery

The old Western theme of wide open spaces gets an airing in Artspace 111’s current exhibition, Sky Blue Sky, featuring 50 works in various...

Bully for You

This review is dedicated to my seventh-grade English teacher, who told her class one day that bullied students deserved no pity because they were...

Think Like a Man: Harvey’s Rules

Where are the good movies about African-Americans? The answer is far longer than this space will allow for, but one major reason is that...

Death by Indifference

The last time Melissa Ross saw her daughter, Loukeithia “Kikki” Felts, she could barely breathe. “She was in a wheelchair, trying to breathe in...

Blu Waters

Victor Nguyen, Eric Nguyen, and Henry Pham, proprietors of The Blu Crab Seafood House & Bar, picked an interesting nest for their fledgling restaurant....

Ged Into Nature

At first blush, Ged Quinn’s paintings look like wholly traditional works of art, still lifes and landscapes influenced by Caspar David Friedrich and (the...

UT Acquires Four Byrds

Fort Worth photographer and Fort Worth Weekly contributor Byrd Williams IV represents the fourth generation in a family of professional photographers dating back to...

Dallas Cowboys Want Your E-Waste

Ah, Earth Day, welcome back. I've missed you. Mother Earth has become so distracted by global warming that she forgot winter exists. She's so confused. Sims Recycling...