Monthly Archives: February 2013

Puritan Justice, Tarrant County-Style

I think the Tarrant County d.a.’s office may have a thing about getting down and dirty in court. Last year a jury got to...

Fort Worth Lags Behind In Solar

Fort Worth, whose city leaders opened their arms widely to the natural gas industry, isn't exactly a shining example when it comes to solar...

Some Movies I Overlooked Last Year

As happens every December, the crush of movie viewing at year’s end brought me into contact with some films that weren’t worthy of my...

Tyler Rogers Wins First Round At Battle O’ Bands

Brett Dillon and KHYI-95.3 "The Range" kicked off the 8th Annual Texas Music Showdown last night at the White Elephant Saloon, and it was...

Lon Burnam’s Valentine to LGBT Community

Love is in the air in Austin. This morning, Fort Worth State Rep. Lon Burnam gave a Valentine's Day gift to the LGBT community....

The Five Most Romantic Restaurants in Fort Worth

Tomorrow is St. Valentine’s Day, when couples celebrate their love for one another by filling the coffers of Hallmark; and single people sit alone...

Pastrana Finally Buried in Mexico

Fort Worth theatergoers who caught Amphibian Stage Productions’ play The Tragic Life & Triumphant Death of Julia Pastrana last November should find this interesting:...
The Playroom opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENINGS: The Playroom (NR) This Dallas-filmed drama stars John Hawkes and Molly Parker as alcoholic parents who carry on a night of drinking in their...
The Magistrate stars John Lithgow and screens Wednesday at Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 13 One of Britain’s most famous comic playwrights during his time, Arthur Wing Pinero has since been eclipsed by his contemporaries Oscar Wilde...

My Love Is Like the Sun: Cheap and Energy-Efficient

Is there anything sexier than saving the world? Heck, no. That’s why Static plans to spend its Valentine’s Day lunch hour at Avoca Coffee...