Monthly Archives: July 2013

Help The Zoo Name Its Baby Elephant

The folks at the Fort Worth Zoo are beaming like proud parents. The zoo is now home to a baby girl elephant, or as...

Wendy Davis, Stand With Texas Women Bus Tour Hits Fort Worth

The tour bus was parked a mere 25 feet from the stage, and the crowd pressed close to the guardrails, dozens deep, waiting in...

Texas Troubadour Abroad: Leaving Riga

My name is Keegan McInroe, and I am a singer-songwriter from Lubbock who’s been living in Fort Worth off and on since 2001, when...
Pacific Rim opens Friday.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Pacific Rim (PG-13) Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth) directs this science-fiction thriller about a group of humans who build giant robots to battle...

Night & Day

WED ▪ 10 Gee, what are the odds that a lecture called The Most Exciting Downtown in Texas Is Getting Even Better would be given...

Music Awards

We’ve come a long way. When I took over as associate editor in 2002, a job that also included helming the music section and writing...

Niles City: Ever Heard of It?

I got this from a bar’s website, a cyber-place festooned not only with a Getty Image of people drinking martinis, which I later discovered...

Outside-the-Pub Grub

There I was sitting at Malone’s Pub, a cozy little bar on the outskirts of downtown that Chow, Baby discovered in its quest for...

Out With A Lout

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is the biggest backscratcher and apologist in town when it comes to the Tarrant Regional Water District, the governmental agency...
Director Bosquez: “I’d always considered one [of the characters] to be an angel with clipped wings and another one to be undead like Nosferatu.”

Godot Awaits

Samuell Beckett’s 1953 tragicomedy Waiting for Godot is one of those avant-garde plays that everyone’s heard of but most people haven’t actually seen. It...