Monthly Archives: March 2014

Downtown Fort Worth Is America’s Best

Magazines like to create lists about cities. Top 10 Cities For This, and Top 25 Cities For That. People like lists. And local news media typically...

“Cosmos”: Sorry but Science is Boring!

All forward-thinking people are supposed to be aggressively pro-science and super-STEM-y these days, to keep our children primed for competition in the global arenas...

Benefit for Fort Worth Videographer Sunday

For years, Harriet Mills has been taking videos of her favorite blues and roots musicians in Fort Worth, including Bill Ham, Scott Copeland, Jake...

National Dream Hotline Opens Up the Phones in Fort Worth

I miss those commercials for the Psychic Hotline. Remember those? I think Esther Rolle starred in one them. Then there was the Tarot Card...

Texas Supreme Court Tells Water District To Respond

The Texas Supreme Court has decided to hear the lawsuit filed by John Basham and Texans for Government Transparency against the Tarrant Regional Water...

SXSW: A New Surreality

Last night, a man allegedly got hammered, got into his car, got pulled over by the cops, and then tried to flee the scene...

Will You Love The Wildcatter Exchange? May Be

If you missed the first Woodstock, first Bonnaroo, first ACL fest, and other great cultural "firsts," well, now's your chance to say you were...
The Grand Budapest Hotel opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: The Grand Budapest Hotel (R) Wes Anderson’s latest film stars Ralph Fiennes as a legendary concierge at a European resort hotel shortly before...
Courtesy The Where House

SXSWhere House

Look, I know I should’ve stayed at home and gone to bed instead of going out on Monday — since Thursday, I’d been struggling...
Fort Worth Center for Architecture’s Design Talk is Wed, March 12 at 7pm

Night & Day

WED ▪ 12 Theater geeks may want to drop by Fort Worth Center for Architecture’s Design Talk this month. Perry Langenstein of International Theatre Consultants...