Monthly Archives: April 2014

Dolores Huerta Speaks at the Rose Marine

With issues like the dissolving middle class, dramatic income disparities, equal pay for women, and living wages for service sector workers now back on...
Only Lovers Left Alive opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Only Lovers Left Alive (R) Jim Jarmusch’s latest film stars Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as two vampires whose centuries-long love affair is disrupted...

Endless Boulevard

I felt like I was in an episode of the Twilight Zone titled “All Roads Lead to Ridglea.” There I was, back in that...

Summer at Gator’s

Here’s a question for real estate professionals: Why is it that certain locations –– despite viable traffic data and appropriate, geo-targeted demographics –– end...

Decade Of Defiance

Boy, time flies when you’re battling giants. Has it really been 10 years since Don Young first heard about plans to start drilling for...

A lighter “Lite Guv”?

The lieutenant governor — the “lite guv” — is the second most powerful state official in Texas. Here’s what’s going on in the race...
The Apache 5 is back after a long hiatus, playing Friday at Lola's Saloon.

Apache 5, Happi Hous, Color Control

As with most weekends in the Fort, this one has options for, let’s say, adults and for, let’s say, people with less serious responsibilities....
Obsidian, Jessie Frye

Killer or Filler?

Among the relatively new releases with roots in the 817, the ones by Jessie Frye, Royal South and company, and Tripp Mathis have a...
Kleeb: “This is an issue that has brought out the ‘no more’ in a wide range of people.” Courtesy Mary Anne Anderi/BoldNebraska.org

Locking Out Keystone

The fight against the Keystone pipeline is focused this week on a bunch of farmers in Nebraska whose lawsuit thus far has won a...
Matt Moulton’s “untitled”

Gallery

Brand 10 Artspace now has just one location for your convenience, and there you can see the opening of house party, a performance art...