Monthly Archives: June 2012

Night & Day

WED ▪ 20 Also known as Chef DAT, David Anthony Temple brings his first pop-up restaurant to Fort Worth this evening with Dining in the...

Tough on (Not Reporting) Crime

Tarleton State University administrators thought they were getting a good deal when an administrative law judge let them off with the equivalent of one...

Rooster Still Roosting

Maybe it was because I went to California last week, or maybe I just didn’t sit in front of Facebook all day like I...

Cruising the ’Yards

I may be blackballed from the Tex-Mex food critics association for the following confession: I don’t eat Tex-Mex on the North Side very often....

Storm Stays in Prison

The former managing director of the Lone Star Film Society won’t be getting out of prison any time soon. A district judge showed leniency during...

High Voltage

Painter John Holt Smith enlarges photographs until they’re abstract bands of color and then renders the results on aluminum panels. His “Oculus” series does...

Safety Not Guaranteed: Grand Plaza

Every generation needs at least one sarcastic chick. We have Aubrey Plaza, whose bracing vitriol and crack comic timing have livened up films like...

Brave: Scotch Job

Well, everything comes to an end. Brave is Pixar’s 13th animated feature film in 17 years, and it marks the first time I walked...

2012 Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards: 10 Years of the 817’s Best

Why is local, original music such a hard sell? Don’t get me wrong: Lots of people go to local shows and buy local albums...

Dive into Hemphill’s

Every neighborhood needs a cheap greasy spoon for folks with more hangover than money, the sort of place where the only things that don’t...