Monthly Archives: October 2013

Cruzifying Keystone Facts

Bless his heart, Ted Cruz didn’t get the memo. Again. That would be the memo — the extensive reporting, in fact — shooting holes in...
Composer Curtis Heath, a.k.a. "Uncle Curtis," is recovering from cancer, and some of his insanely talented friends are throwing a benefit concert for him, Sun, at Lola's.

Curtis Heath Benefit Sunday

In the annals of Fort Worth music, The Theater Fire looms large. Smart, dusty, and melancholy, the quintet managed to bridge all kinds of...
Sarah Williams’ “Sherman”

Gallery

Deserted landscapes that bear the imprint of humanity but aren’t exactly urban provide Sarah Williams with her inspiration. The painter shares the exhibit at...

No Bluffing

The winner of the World Series of Poker’s Main Event leaves with a huge, diamond-encrusted gold bracelet worth probably half a million dollars. David...
Aston, in character as Chainsaw Jack: “We’re building the last memories that we’re going to have of this place.”

Their Final Screams

The screams alert her to his presence, but it’s hard to make out his towering form in the darkness. She sees the skins on...
Yes. Now, what to do?

Prop 6 …

For a plan that purports to thoughtfully guide Texas through a crowded, thirsty future, the 2012 State Water Plan reads unsettlingly like a playbook...

Eat, Pray, Watch

It was a bad idea to go see the movie Gravity at the Coyote Drive-In (223 NE 4th St.). The drive-in is great, but...
Students at T.A. Sims Elementary School tend their garden. Lee Chastain

Farm to (Fancy) Table

Say the words “school garden,” and the image conjured up is likely that of untended greens growing behind a chain link fence in a...
Don’t fall asleep on Calhoun. Artwork by Jordan Roberts

Crisco Redux

Calhoun has always been a little, well, different. When Tim Locke launched what was at the time his solo project, lo, these 10-plus years...
Adonis Rose Jazz Orchestra performs at the reopening of Sundance Square, Sat.

Sundance Rises Again

So, all that construction that’s been plugging up downtown Fort Worth for the past year and a half? It’s finally finished, and you’re invited...