Monthly Archives: November 2013

Men Let Faces Grow Long For Movember

If you’ve noticed guys looking kind of strange lately, welcome to Movember, a fun, interesting, and slightly confusing global charity. Few at the Fort Worth...

Another Earthquake in Tarrant County? Yawn!

Thanks to years of reading about the grim consequences of human-made climate change, I’ve reconciled myself to bigger and scarier droughts, tornadoes, and thunderstorms...
Kill Your Darlings opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING Kill Your Darlings (R) Daniel Radcliffe stars in this biopic as a teenaged Allen Ginsberg, who falls in love with a fellow Columbia student...

Night & Day

WED ▪ 13 Museum architecture is going to be on everybody’s mind next week (see Tuesday blurb, too), which is why Fort Worth Center for...
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Fred’s: Blazing Saddles

I like to think of the story of Fred’s Texas Café (915 Currie St.) like a dramatic Hollywood movie. For years, the ramshackle burger...

Good Day, Sunshine

Every time I go to the Sunshine Bar, I wonder if the melted-butter yellow on the walls was at one time white paint, long-since...

JPS Under Microscope

Some local business owners are saying that JPS Health Network doesn’t want to work with minority-owned businesses. “JPS spends millions of dollars monthly on all...
All aboard with Droidekka! Next stop, nostalgia.

Zapped

As long as there have been video games, there’s been videogame music –– and there have been video games for nearly 35 years. The...
Ken Dixon “Order & Disorder: Common Denominator”

Gallery

Ken Dixon’s show at William Campbell, 3 Short Stories & 12 Options, takes its inspiration from Texas’ Hill Country, but the artist renders his...

Former Dallas Cowboys WR Sam Hurd Faces Life Behind Bars

The MMQB's Michael McKnight wrote a fascinating but sad story about former Dallas Cowboys receiver Sam Hurd, a walking chimney who smoked more eye-crossing...