Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ben Napier is expanding his Green Audio Productions in town.

Green Audio Expands

With all of these great new bands in town, it just makes sense that great new producers would pop up. But just remember that...
A recording of Ronald Shannon Jackson’s last live performance has just been released, and Live at The Kessler Theater is a fitting tribute.

Killer or Filler?

Even in the winter doldrums, the rekkids keep on comin’. The biggest of the bunch on the chopping block this week is from a...
The Union Gospel Mission has been turning away 200 families a month for lack of space. Brian Hutson

More Homeless on the Avenue

Six years ago when the city adopted a 10-year plan to end homelessness in Fort Worth, officials promised to start finding ways to get...
Justin Ginsberg’s “Lullaby Dreams”

Gallery

There’s still time to catch UTA’s 14th faculty biennial, showcasing the works of 35 faculty members in every kind of media you can imagine....
Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson share a couch and a love of beer in Drinking Buddies.

Odds and Ends

I spend every December catching up with films that I didn’t see in the theater, and every year I find interesting ones that never...

Soap Opera

Fifty Shades of Grey became 50 shades of blush for an Arlington woman who made a bad business deal. Jenny Pedroza helped introduce the...
Get ready for big flavors in this little shop.

Fork in the Road: Sparks Will Fly

Within a five-mile radius of the University of Texas at Arlington is a vast patchwork of ethnic restaurants (Thai, Indian, Chinese, you name it)....
Bryan Pitts and Ashley Wilkerson star in Jubilee Theatre’s The Mountaintop.

King’s Speech

Because we think that African-American history should be part of our history all year long, we’re not the biggest fans of it being confined...

Fracktivists Decry Hiring Of Former Chesapeake Mouthpiece

Local residents who spent years battling natural gas drillers over unclean work practices are now standing collectively with mouths open and saying, “Wha!?!” They’re confused,...

It’s the Kiddie Cliburn!

Most of the world's great pianists start playing the instrument as small children, and most people who have been around classical music will tell...