Monthly Archives: May 2012

Where’s Olive?

The little dog with the funny teeth and sweet personality had become the unofficial mascot of the Tandy Hills Natural Area in recent years,...

A Home for an Amphibian

Exciting news for local theatergoers: Amphibian Productions has just announced that they have closed the deal on acquiring the property at 108 S Main...

Local Music Notes

NEW FORT WORTH VENUE On Thursday, Jul. 19, a new DIY/underground venue will open at 3000 Race St. in the old Riverside Ballroom by Dino’s...

Beware the Lotto Curse

As of this writing, the person who bought the $28 million Lotto Texas ticket at a Fort Worth convenience yesterday has yet to claim the prize....

Festival of the Kid

While children absorb way too much of our collective attention –– attachment parenting, anyone? --–– a festival of plays written by kids for kids...

Remember English Rockers And The Alamo

A book tour to promote The Alamo And Beyond: A Collector's Journey has brought retired pop star Phil Collins to Texas, a state he...

The Week in Gay Rights

What a month of May it’s been, huh? Let’s recap: Last week, Romney’s openly gay national security/foreign policy spokesman Richard Grenell resigned from the...

More Fallout From Marshall Hobbs Story

Our story on Fort Worth City Council candidate Marshall Hobbs ("Pesky Facts," May 2, 2012) created some division in the West Meadowbrook Neighborhood Association. Member...

Arlington nuclear inspectors blow whistle on safety concerns

A Massachusetts congressman is calling for an investigation into the management practices of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Arlington office after inspectors there reported retaliation...

Smells Like Teen Spirit

If you doubt that kids today have drive, determination, and boundless energy, look no further than the Arlington teenager who broke into Joe Bailey...