Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Miracle in Spanish Harlem opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: A Miracle in Spanish Harlem (PG) Luis Antonio Ramos stars in this Christmas film as a widower with a failing business who finds himself...

Feed a Fever

Lately, Chow, Baby has been spending more time on the couch than in Fort Worth restaurants. It seems like I’ve had the flu for...
Fool For Love runs through Sat at Northeast Theatre Playhouse.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 4 Tarrant County College tackles Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love, a drama about a man who travels more than 2,400 miles to a...

Ice Castle

Last August we had The Snow Queen, a Russian film based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fable. Frozen is based on the same story, but...
Choi Seung-hyun awaits word on his next assignment as a North Korean spy in Commitment.

Red Dead Redemption

AMC Grapevine Mills has been running Korean films on a semi-regular basis for a while now, but Commitment, which starts there on Friday, is...
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1-800-BARTEND

The next time you’re chatting up your regular bartender, you should ask if he or she went to school. Not college, mind you. I’m...

Killer or Filler?

Cheap recording technology probably partly explains the wealth of new music popping up in town these days, but what explains the high quality? Maybe...
Lost Child is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter full of soul.

Finding Lost Child

Monday nights have been pretty rad at Lola’s over the past month. Bartender (and sax-man extraordinaire) Jeff Dazey started booking free shows on the...

Far From Home

You’ve done the crime, been caught, found guilty, and sent to a state prison. Your primary connection to the outside world is via visits...

Divisive Diversity

John Peter Smith Health Network officials didn’t take kindly to being characterized as ho-hum on minority hiring (“JPS Under Microscope,” Nov. 13, 2013). “JPS …...