Monthly Archives: April 2014

Colorado Symphony: Now With Weed!

For some decades now, classical music organizations have been wondering how to attract more young listeners to their concerts, and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra...
Locke opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Locke (R) Tom Hardy stars in this drama as a man whose life comes apart during an 85-minute drive to London. Voices by...
See Wednesday

Night & Day

WED ▪ 30 In previous years, Central Market’s spring food festivals have focused on Argentina, Spain, France, and Brazil. This year, Italy gets its turn...

Axis of Boozy Beneficence

Every time I go to Shipping & Receiving, I think back to a decade ago, when S&R’s neighborhood (what I think of as the...
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Rap Up that Lola’s Jay

Hip-hop finally has a home. For the past few months, Lola’s Saloon has been hosting shows by some of the most progressive underground rappers...

Home to Roost

In the three years since a Wise County couple sued Aruba Petroleum for the severe health problems and lost property value that they charge...

One Less Worry?

With apologies to God, Voltaire, and the Ukrainians, I must point out that if Ukraine did not exist, it would not be necessary to...

Hangin’, Old School

Chow, Baby used to love the Flying Tomato pizza joint in Denton. The pie wasn’t that great, but it was everything I loved about...
J.T. Grant’s “Empire”

Gallery

If you read Fort Worth Weekly’s recent cover story about J.T. Grant and were intrigued, you’re in luck. At William Campbell, he’ll be exhibiting...
Mary Kelleher defends herself against accusations that prompted fellow water district board members to censure her.

Water Mess

The typically quiet board meetings at the Tarrant Regional Water District took a loud and rowdy turn on Tuesday morning. A standing-room-only crowd, including...