Monthly Archives: October 2013

Why Did TCU Nix the “Fully Loaded” Flier?

In terms of political issues, I probably disagree with the right-wing student group Young Americans for Freedom on most things. In terms of the...

Washington (Racial Slurs) Face Dallas Cowboys On Sunday

Nobody around these parts needs another reason to hate the Washington Redskins. That burgundy-and-gold bunch of ingrates has been the oldest and fiercest rival...
A.C.O.D. opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: A.C.O.D. (R) Adam Scott stars in this comedy as a man who’s forced to deal with the fallout from his parents’ acrimonious divorce at...
CANstruction runs thru Sun at 1101 Melbourne Rd, Hurst.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 9 Once again, it’s time to get a jump on the holiday food drives by heading to North East Mall to see CANstruction,...

Cracking Open a Mystery

Every year around this time, Lucile’s Stateside Bistro (4700 Camp Bowie Blvd.) celebrates the fanciest member of the crustacean family with a month-long event...

Tavern: No Snookie’s

Remember Snookie’s? Snookie’s was this place on Hulen where the only people who could ever get served were TCU dudebros and football players. I...

Candy Clark Day

Fort Worth Weekly’s story on Candy Clark (“Graffiti Artist,” July 3, 2013) included a quote from her brother, William, lamenting that the American Graffit...

Pray for Rain

There have always been fights over water in Texas. But as population increases and rain doesn’t, times are getting tighter and the fights more...
Benito Huerta’s “In Case of Emergency — Pull”

Gallery

“And these few precious days I’d spend with you.” Benito Huerta’s show at William Campbell takes its title from Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson’s...

Killer or Filler?

Dear Music Industry. On the way into work the other morning, I jumped around the commercial radio dial. And guess what? A bunch of...