Monthly Archives: October 2013

Barry Corbin In Indie Flick That Premieres Friday In Southlake

Colorful actor and Handley resident Barry Corbin is among the many Texans featured in Beyond the Farthest Star, an independent film being released on Friday. The...
Carrie opens Friday.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Carrie (R) The second big-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s novel stars Chloë Grace Moretz as the bullied high-school girl who can move things with...
The broadcast of London’s Royal Ballet’s Don Quixote screens at 6:30pm at Cinemark Ridgmar.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 16 If Texas Ballet Theater doesn’t satisfy your ballet jones, you can see Don Quixote at one of two movie theaters this evening....

Open Call of the Dead

It’s important to remember that the Rose Marine Theatre’s annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration is proudly Mexican in its origins. But like all...

Miracles of Loaves and (Raw) Fishes

I didn’t realize there was anyone left on the planet who won’t eat sushi. As it turns out, these misguided people are everywhere: my...

We Are Legend

Last Saturday, at Flying Saucer’s BeerFeast, I was at first amused and then mildly amazed at the number of people with rotting faces milling...

Resurrecting The Promise

The musical Cats ran for 18 years on Broadway (1982 to 2000), but that’s kitty litter compared to The Promise, now in its 25th...
John Hartley’s “Battlefield Scrimmage”

Gallery

You’ll feel like a kid in a toy store at Artspace 111’s new show opening this week. That’s because John Hartley’s paintings take toy...
Shadows of Jets’ Shadows of Jets

Killer or Filler?

Music Awards has just come and gone (well, since late July), and look at all the dynamite new recordings that have already popped up...
Billman: “We’re not trying to make TCU look like the bad guys.” Lee Chastain

Parking Too Close

Hank Billman has knocked on a lot of his neighbors’ doors recently. The resident of Colonial Hills — the neighborhood west of Texas Christian...