Monthly Archives: October 2012

Head to North East Mall and check out the can art at CANstruction.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 17 This midweek is a good time to head to North East Mall and check out the can art at CANstruction. The ephemeral...

No-Go for GEO

Static is ec-static. The Texas Department of State Health Services has turned thumbs down on the proposal by GEO Care, the mental health arm...
Fort Worth psycho-surf punks Fungi Girls will rock Lolaspalooza III on Friday night.

Lola’s, 1919 Fests

This weekend, not one but two –– count ’em, two –– underground festivals are happening, and while they mostly draw from different demographics, Lolaspalooza...

Ode to PBR

“I just realized my life revolves around PBR.” That’s a Facebook update, referring to Pabst Blue Ribbon, not Professional Bull Riders, Inc., recently posted by...

Curried Favor

By the time you read this, I’ll be across the pond in jolly ol’ London, stuffing my face with shepherd’s pie and washing it...
Lois Sonnier Hart and John S. Davies star alongside Emily Scott Banks (seated) in Circle Theatre’s creepy new production.

Hand from the Grave

About midway through Circle Theatre’s tense psychological drama Ghost-Writer, Myra Babbage (Emily Scott Banks), secretary to a renowned novelist, describes her boss’ methods: “Only...
We The Sea Lions’ frontman Jon Badillo (center) needs to get out more.

About to Roar

Get to know We The Sea Lions. Super-tight and prolific, the dark indie-rock quintet has been around for two-plus years but still seems to run...
Griffin: “This is a toxic ... environment.”

Morning in Morningside

Bleak doesn’t begin to describe Fort Worth’s Morningside neighborhood, a beleaguered little slice of the city’s near southeast side. Regardless of which data set...
Loli Kantor’s “Mariusz as Bruno”

Gallery

Though we featured Artspace 111 here last week, we haven’t talked about any of its openings in a while. On Friday at 6pm, celebrate...
Ethan Hawke! Ethan Hawke! Playing a true-crime novelist in a haunted house leaves little time for flicking on lightswitches.

Sinister: Hum-Bughuul

If cinema has taught us anything, it’s that whenever a writer moves to a new town/house/hotel, he or she is inevitably going to scare...