Monthly Archives: October 2012

Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer Named One of Nation’s Best Bars

GQ Magazine, a well-respected source for all things gratuitous and scantily clad, has named Fort Worth's Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars...

More Juice On Trimble Tech Cover Story

This week's feature on Trimble Tech High School ("Tech Revolution," Oct. 3, 2012) includes quotes from Academy Award nominated actress Candy Clark and TV...
Butter opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Butter (R) Jennifer Garner stars in this political satire as an Iowa woman who expects to finally win her local butter-sculpting competition, only to...
The Addams Family is on stage beginning Wednesday at Dallas Fair Park.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 3 Appropriately enough for the Halloween season, Dallas Summer Musicals is putting on The Addams Family, the Broadway musical based on the 1960s...
Bob Libal, shown at a protest over conditions at a federal immigrant detainee center: GEO’s poor record “makes me wonder how they will operate a state mental institution.” Courtesy Bob Libal

Self-Inflicted Wounds

Some people (and companies) just keep shooting themselves in the foot. On Sept. 19, the Weekly reported on the potential takeover of a Kerrville...
The bluesy psych-rocking Hanna Barbarians intend on releasing a series of EPs over the next several months instead of a single recording.

Death of the Album?

About a week ago, Dallas Observer writer and former local musician Daniel Hopkins penned a column about local bands and albums, specifically about the...

So Glad You Could Come

Chow, Baby wants to par-tay. To dinner par-tay, to be exact, like in the movies, where beautiful people drink champagne and snag exotic cheese...

Tempting

The more I do these beer promos (the brand varies from week to week), the more I realize how everyone wants to appear refined....

Tilting at Texas Windmills

The cliché “hope springs eternal” has to apply to Paul Sadler, the Democratic nominee to replace Republican U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, who isn’t...
Elizabethans will battle zombies at Arts Fifth Avenue this month. Tony Robles

Brainy Humor

A lot of theater artists feel an obligation to speak of William Shakespeare in reverent tones, as if performing the words of The Bard...