Monthly Archives: January 2014

Safety Panel on Workplace Shootings

If you think about it, people who favor tough gun control laws are motivated by pretty much the same thing as those who want...

Untapped Fort Worth Is Set

The second annual Untapped Fort Worth is set for Saturday, Mar. 8, at Panther Island Pavilion. Along with performances by Kate Nash, The Joy Formidable,...

A5A Presents Django Reinhardt Festival 2014

Musically, it’s hard to get more sophisticated than 20th century guitar icon Django Reinhardt. He’s full of contradictions. He’s about as continental as you...
I, Frankenstein opens Friday.

Film Shorts

OPENING: I, Frankenstein (PG-13) Aaron Eckhart stars in this supernatural thriller as the mad scientist’s creation who has survived into the modern age to take...

Night & Day

WED ▪ 22 Night & Day saw Edward Hopper’s “The Night Hawks” in Chicago and were struck by how the glass in the restaurant’s window...

Resolution: Avoid Mount Everest

My New Year’s resolution isn’t going well so far. The plan was to stop eating like a stoned teenager and get my lazy bones...
Arlington Jones, who has worked with “Fathead” Newman and Chaka Khan, is a master of harmony.

Arlington Jones’ Groove

Soulful performances and masterful jazz tunes coalesce on Arlington Jones’ newest album, Groove, but the tight-knit ensembles and solos are the hard-earned fruits of...
Charles Umlauf’s “Torso”

Gallery

Twenty years after his death, Charles Umlauf continues to exert influence on Fort Worth art thanks to his abstract sculptures. William Campbell is currently...

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Station

Lately, whenever I’ve gone out drinking at places where I don’t know any of the employees (and there are some, not many but some),...

Fromholz’ Last Waltz

This week’s death-filled Static column is kind of a downer, unless your name is Grim Reaper, in which case you’ll be thrilled! The family...