Monthly Archives: May 2013

Blogging the Cliburn (Day 2)

The competition's second day brought our first performances of Mozart, Scriabin, Schubert, and John Adams. I missed the Champions League final on TV and...

Blogging the Cliburn (Day 1)

Hello, everyone, and welcome to my coverage of the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. Unlike four years ago, we'll be keeping this blog...

Texas Biennial: Fort Worth Love

Fort Worth’s Letitia Huckaby, Hiroko Kubo, Angela Kallus, Gregory Ruppe, and HOMECOMING! Committee and Arlington’s Jeff Gibbons are the Tarrant County artists selected by...

Win Two Tickets to the Colonial

Here is your chance to win two one-day passes to the PGA's Crowne Plaza Invitational at the Colonial. As we all know, Tiger Woods always...

March Against Monsanto in Fort Worth

If you thought the only thing those lazy, entitled millenials dreamed about was getting famous on YouTube, think again: Many of them would also...

Fort Worth Cats Lie Down With Jose Canseco, Everyone Gets Fleas

Jose Canseco was supposed to be the carnival sideshow whose wackiness might overshadow the ominous stank coming from the Fort Worth Cats recently. Money woes,...
Dead Man’s Burden opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Dead Man’s Burden (NR) Jared Moshe’s Western stars Barlow Jacobs and Clare Bowen as a brother and sister who discover each other’s buried secrets...

Night & Day

WED ▪ 22 The Cliburn isn’t the only traditional Fort Worth competition running this week. The Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial tees off too. The...

Unfunny Keystone Capers

The southern leg of the Keystone Pipeline came this much closer to being a done deal when owner TransCanada brought in a trackhoe last...

Dear Editor

Hydraulic Hypocrisy To the editor: It seems a bit hypocritical the way the government is presently handling natural gas drilling. Just a few years ago,...