Monthly Archives: November 2013

Remembering The 50th Anniversary Of JFK’s Life

Today people mourn the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas. I mourn even though I was just a 4-year-old kid...

Prince Fielder More Like A Frog

The local news media is pretty hyped up about the Texas Rangers trade that brought first basemen Prince Fielder to the team. He's a guy...

Is the New Fort Worth Bishop a Secret Godless Liberal?

Conservative Catholics worldwide have been throwing hissy fits over Pope Francis. After a few months in office, the unpredictable Argentinian Jesuit has declared that...

Present Imperfect

There I was eating my chicken club salad ($13) at Charleston’s (3020 S. Hulen St.) when my teenage server asked a question that ruined...
Opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: The Armstrong Lie (R) The latest documentary from the prolific Alex Gibney (Client 9, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) details Lance Armstrong’s...
Chef Yutaka Yamato helps create the 100-Yard Sushi Roll at AT&T Stadium.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 20 How does a sushi roll of Kobe beef brisket, asparagus, serrano peppers, ginger, and soy sauce sound? Hope your answer is “appetizing,”...
Dallas 1963 By Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis Twelve: Hatchett Brook Group, 2013. $28, 372 pps.

Dark Dallas

This is not a book about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In fact that event and its aftermath are detailed only in...

This Promise Unbroken

Last month, Static told you about how the long-running play The Promise was in danger of being shut down after 25 years. Somervell County...

An Odyssey to Twin Peaks

Back in July, I crushed the dreams of some poor TCU sorority gal trying to sell ad space in some Greek-centric student paper to...

Cooking With Stage West

Experienced and aspiring foodies, take note: If you’re looking for a Fort Worth-centric holiday gift that keeps on giving deliciousness, you need to check...