Monthly Archives: October 2013

Highlights from the Modern Cinema Festival

While you all were watching Gravity this past weekend, I was at Chris Kelly’s Modern Cinema festival. It’s good to have this annual event...

Off Asides On Dallas Cowboys vs. Baddass Broncos

The best boxing match I ever saw was in 1973 when my cousin Little Johnny fought in the Golden Gloves. He was matched up...

Want To Win A Cool Prize For Tonight’s Pub Crawl?

Nothing rejuvenates a red-bricked road like rosebushes and rosemary, I always say. Actually, I’ve never said that. But I might start saying that soon. Camp Bowie...

Tarrant County Gay Pride Parade

When we last joined LGBT Pride 2013 in North Texas, a kerfuffle about bare butts had created a fun mini-scandal at Dallas’ annual pride parade....

Wendy Davis, Joel Burns, and Political Dominoes

Hot on the heels of Wendy Davis’ announcement today at a rally in Haltom City that she will run for governor, Fort Worth city...

Plaque Honors Haltom City Drowning Victim Ally Collins

One reason people such as Layla Caraway get so agitated about the Trinity River Vision project is because of its use of flood control...

Fort Worth Author Jeff Guinn’s “Manson” Book

This week’s “Books” page features a review of Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson, a fast-paced and insightful non-fiction tale by veteran...

David Dewhurst Learns (Wrong) Lesson

Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst's recent foot-in-mouth moment, when he was recorded trying to use his name and position to bully an Allen police officer...
Parkland opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Parkland (PG-13) Peter Landesman writes and directs this drama set at Dallas’ Parkland Memorial Hospital in the immediate aftermath of president John F. Kennedy’s...
UNT Concert Orchestra plays a splashy program tonight at 8pm at Murchison Performing Arts Center.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 2 UNT Concert Orchestra plays a splashy program this evening, with pianist Gustavo Romero as soloist on Schumann’s Piano Concerto and Satie’s Gymnopédies....