Monthly Archives: September 2012

Considering Bruce Willis

I didn’t have space to get into this in my review of Looper, but I continue to be amazed by the career of Bruce...

Performance Salon at A5A

Some artists are strictly instinctual. They don’t like to overthink the process, preferring to let the work speak for itself. Others are more self-aware...

DVD Review: “Damsels in Distress”

This is how big a Whit Stillman fan I am: I saw his Metropolitan as a teenager. (Weirdly enough, it was broadcast on local...

Keystone Pipeline Madness: Protesters Tasered Repeatedly

Non-violent protest isn’t always greeted with a non-violent response. From Kent State to Tiananman Square, political activists always know that when they’re fighting the...

TCU Lands on “Playboy” List

Who says Fort Worth is only known for cowboys and culture? “Sex, sports, and nightlife” have earned us –– or at least, our college...
Brian Urlacher leads the Bears into Monday’s game.

Midway Matchup

We were going to write up the Cowboys’ home opener against Tampa Bay last week, but on second thought, this week’s game against the...
On The Town

On The Town 2012

Cheap Buzz If a pint after work is your five o’clock world, no reason to make it painful on your wallet. On Monday, head west...
Les Misérables runs Wed-Sun at Bass Hall.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 26 This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Broadway debut of Les Misérables, but there’s an even better reason to see the...
A new victim from the future materializes in front of Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Looper.

Super Looper

You can’t accuse Rian Johnson of lacking ambition. Best known for his polarizing debut film, the 2006 high-school noir picture Brick, Johnson has come...
Best Of 2012: Getting & Spending

Getting and Spending 2012

Customer Service Readers’ choice: Grapevine Guitar Works, 1689 W NW Hwy, Grapevine Critic’s choice: Ashleigh Keeney, Starbucks, 2600 W 7th St, FW Some managers run their business...