Monthly Archives: December 2012

About Face

Being a woman in the U.S. Navy was a tough job, Debra Cardenas said. Meaning, you had to be tough to survive. Women who wanted...
It may not capture a purist’s heart, but Bayou Jack’s Cajun fare sure is tasty. Vishal Malhotra

So7, So Cajun

Bayou Jack’s Cajun Grill is a small restaurant wedged into a West 7th street location between apartment complexes, more apartment complexes, and a location...
TBT’s production has new sets and some additional characters.

New Nutcracker

Texas Ballet Theater has retired its old, sumptuous production of The Nutcracker for a fresh version. A gift from the now-defunct Ballet Florida of...
Eight-bit technology drives Fort Worth artist Kris Pierce.

Headed to Falloff

The corridor is kind of creepy. Long. Dimly lit. Looks like it’s empty all the time. Very ax murderer-y. Located on the second floor...

Donkey Love: Try It, You’ll Like It

Can we send the donkeys of Fort Worth a little more love? (Get all the “Tijuana matinee” jokes out of your system now, please)....

Off Asides On Dallas Cowboys vs. Philly

Okay, so it was like finding an old, severely injured eagle lying on the side of the road...and then beating it to death with...