Monthly Archives: August 2012

NY Times: Politicians May Not Care About Facts… Whoa, What?!

Two days after Paul Ryan's acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention, it's abundantly clear that most everything he said was bunk. And this, we...

Local Artist Scores River Phoenix’s Last Movie

James Michael Taylor is not “going Hollywood,” as the old saying goes –– he’s much too cantankerous and outspoken for anyplace other than Fort...

Arts Are Big Business in Fort Worth

On Tuesday, Sept. 18, Fort Worth City Council will vote on a new budget, one that includes a 25 percent cut in funding for...

FWISD State of Education On Verge of “Greatness” — Walter Dansby

Like President Barack Obama, Fort Worth schools superintendent Walter Dansby could be forgiven if he said he inherited a failed system when he took...

State Fair’s Heart Attack Delights: Fried Bacon Cinnamon Roll

The Texas State Fair has released its eight finalists for best fried food and this year's junk food engineers have once again done their...

Guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd Ready To Rock On Saturday

The bluesy teen-aged guitarist who stormed out of Shreveport two decades ago, got dubbed "the next Stevie Ray Vaughan," scored a big hit with...
Cosmopolis opens Friday.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Cosmopolis (R) David Cronenberg’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel stars Robert Pattinson as a young financier whose world comes apart as he rides in...

Night & Day

WED ▪ 29 Those of us who wish to write for a Catholic audience for a living should drop by the Catholic Writers’ Conference at...

More Ship-Jumping

Anyone with business savvy can compare the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and The Dallas Morning News and spot the differences. The Star-T is owned by...

Go for the Gold

Well, have you been to The Gold Standard yet? If you’re the type who’s up on Clubland’s latest happenings, you’ve probably been keeping, uh,...