Monthly Archives: April 2014

Killer or Filler?

Now’s as good a time as any to take stock of the quality releases to come from Fort Worth (sometimes with Dallas’ or Denton’s...
Huckabee: “They could probably make it a little easier for stupid people to understand.” Courtesy Rachel Pilcher

Peddling Pedaling

The nonprofit Fort Worth Bike Sharing turns a year old this month, but some people just haven’t figured out what it’s all about yet. The...
Allison Schulnik’s “Mound” (video still)

Gallery

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts turns its attention to narrative strains in conceptual art with Dramedy, a group show featuring several burgeoning artists working in...
Russell Crowe plays Noah as a B.C. eco-terrorist.

Noah: Biblical Match Maker

Has Darren Aronofsky long held a desire to make a Lord of the Rings movie? Because Noah bears a lot of stylistic similarities to...

Blazing a Trail

Jasmin Jandreau was born in Los Angeles, but, she said, she’s definitely a “Texas girl.” Indeed, the actor grew up in Richardson and graduated...
The pies come straight from Cane Rosso’s 900-degree brick oven. Brian Hutson

Cane Rosso: Simple, Traditional

How do you define what makes a good pizza? Do you like yours Chicago-style, deep enough to fill a cast-iron skillet? Thin and floppy?...

Final Four weekend

Jerryworld, a.k.a. AT&T Stadium, now gets the opportunity to make up for that blizzard-stricken Super Bowl of a couple of years ago by hosting...

March Fools Day As Texas Rangers Fans Trash Memorial Statue

A bunch of Texas Rangers fans showed their class on Opening Day by using a memorial statue as a trash heap. A photo of the...