Monthly Archives: October 2013

Another Medal For Audie Murphy

Nobody can say Gov. Rick Perry doesn’t appreciate a war hero, although some might question his timing. Today, Perry awarded the Texas Legislative Medal of...

North Texas Chevy Music Showcase Season 2 Is Here

There are lots of reasons to like Chevys, like dependability, speed, and style, but if you need one more, consider the North Texas Chevy...

Off Asides On Dallas Cowboys vs Detroit Lions & Dez Bryant

Dez Bryant deserves a game ball, but not for the two touchdowns he scored in yesterday’s game against the Detroit Lions. Bryant gets a game...

Oscar-Nominated Actress Candy Clark Revisits Trimble Tech

Fort Worth's Candy Clark couldn't wait to skip town when she was a teenager in 1965 and freshly graduated from Fort Worth Technical High...

Live Oak, Lee Bains III, and Professionalism

If you pay attention to local music, you probably already have heard what happened at The Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge on Wednesday...
Carolyn Judson and Lucas Priolo danced the titles roles in Texas Ballet Theater’s production of Romeo and Juliet.

TBT’s Romeo and Juliet

It’s been a rough five years for arts groups, thanks to a topsy-turvy economy. Texas Ballet Theater has been forced to give up live...

Bonus Film Review: “Short Term 12”

Do not miss Short Term 12 when it plays at the Modern this weekend, for it has the best female lead performance I’ve seen...

Joel Burns Will Not Pursue Wendy Davis’s Vacated Seat

Fort Worth city council member Joel Burns announced in an email yesterday evening that he will not run for Wendy Davis's seat in the...

Eminem, Free Speech Hero? Eh, Not So Much

Diminutive white boy rapper Eminem has been catching heat lately for his use of the word “faggot” on the new tune "Rap God." To get...
The Counselor opens Friday.

Film Shorts

OPENING: The Counselor (R) Cormac McCarthy’s debut as a screenwriter is this Ridley Scott-directed thriller about a lawyer (Michael Fassbender) who gets involved in drug-trafficking....