Monthly Archives: March 2013

Killer or Filler?

New Media Recordings’ self-titled compilation Playing in a workaday indie band in a workaday indie city like the Fort, you’ve got to have a sense...
The Dillow house was donated to TWU, but the university hasn’t used it for more than five years. Jeff Prince

Classy House?

Historic Fort Worth Inc. filed a lawsuit after the city paved the way for demolition of a historic house, and the suit was set...
Kim Cadmus Owens’ “Smoke and Mirrors: Coming and Going”

Gallery

The Gallery at UTA gives us striking works by two Dallas artists this month. Allison V. Smith’s photographs of life in rural Texas are...
Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi have a magical face-off with Jim Carrey in The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.

Wonderstone, Oz: Lesser Wizards

One of the earliest filmmakers, Georges Meliès, started out as a magician, so it’s really no surprise that filmmakers have long felt an affinity...

Shale Game

The early days of the shale gas boom around Fort Worth were heady ones. Chesapeake tossed money around as if it were limitless. Need...
You can order your tacos “trashy,” which means “with Torchy’s delectable queso.” Do it. Tony Robles

Light My Fire

Some new places just seem like they’ve been around forever. Take Rodeo Goat in the West 7th Street corridor. It’s been open only a...
The Lone Star Nationals at Texas Motor Speedway, Fri-Sun.

I’m Out

Lots of organizations are taking advantage of the warmer weather to put on events to get you out of the house and ready for...
Devon Nowlin’s “Swimmers Submerged” is emblematic of her affinity for life’s peripheries.

It Figures

Fort Worth is pretty lucky. We don’t have to deal with all of that art-world drama and hand-wringing over “good” versus “bad” art or,...

Move Over Chow, Baby — Grub Buddy’s Got His Eat On

Food expert Chow, Baby reviews local restaurants of the non-chain variety, and knows every aspect of the food industry. Chow, Baby has a keen...

Beer Me Some Compromise In The State Leg.

This state legislative session might one day be remembered as "The Kegger," because the Texas alcoholic beverage code, the state’s three-tiered system that regulates...