Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sheran Keyton is “Simply Etta”

Even by rock ‘n’ roll standards, the great Etta James, who died early this year at age 73, lived a life of meteoric highs...

Titanic Artifact Exhibit Opens Saturday

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit debuts Saturday at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, and Blotch got a sneak peek today. The admission is...

Documentary Photogs Reveal Human Costs Of Fracking

Invisible gas isn't the easiest thing to photograph. Yet the photographers of the Marcellus Shale Documentary Project have managed to capture the human and environmental...

VIDEO: Race For Wendy Davis Senate Seat Getting Uglier

Texas Republicans, who already have a super-majority in the House, are salivating over the possibility of winning back the state Senate seat that Democrat...
Zac Efron, Matthew McConaughey, Nicole Kidman and David Oyelowo star in The Paperboy opening Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: The Paperboy (R) Lee Daniels (Precious) adapts Pete Dexter’s novel about an investigative reporter (Matthew McConaughey) returning to his Florida hometown to find the...
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time screens Wednesday at 2pm and 7pm at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 10 If you were one of the many readers beguiled by Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,...

TCEQ Goes Fishin’ For Pollution

Four new air pollution monitors are coming to the Barnett Shale soon, courtesy of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and drilling critics can’t...

Kvetching in Kennedale

Note: Kennedale Schools Supt. Gary Dugger wrote to Fort Worth Weekly asking for a retraction of our Sept. 5 story “Elementary Ethics.” With minor...
Pan seared trout with avocado-poblano salsa from Hacienda San Miguel. Photo courtesy Facebook

But Do They Serve Cookies?

Chow, Baby has had way too much family time lately. Yes, I’m lucky to still have grandparents, but listening to them bemoan the ruinous...

Killer or Filler?

Madràs’ Things Can Change Since its June release, the debut album from twentysomething singer-songwriter Jeevan Antony, his bass-playing younger brother Mathew, and drummer/producer Ben Hance...