Monthly Archives: May 2014

Two Local Women Sue For Share Of Fifty Shades Of Grey

Jenny Pedroza and Christa Beebe are suing the company that published the smash-selling trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey. The women told Fort Worth Weekly not...

Fort Worthy Notes

1.) Since last week’s HearSay, a dozen more bands have been confirmed for Fort Worth Weekly’s 12th Annual Music Awards Festival (4-10 p.m. Sunday,...

It’s Hard Out There for a Gay Republican

Sigh. For the umpteenth time, the Texas GOP has denied Republican LGBT groups the chance to set up info booths at the state party...

The Top 5 Touring Shows

1.) 97.1 The Eagle’s big show Sunday at Gexa Energy Pavilion (1818 1st St., Dallas, 214-421-1111) features a mess of touring metal acts, including...

Smart Potatoes To Smarter Kids

Don’t underestimate the power of a potato -- especially one harvested as part of the “Smart Potatoes” school program. Students at George Clarke Elementary School...

The Amon Carter Screens “Vertigo”

It was never a secret that Alfred Hitchcock had a less than healthy fixation on many of the young, blond, beautiful actresses that he...
Seth MacFarlane takes target practice from a manageable distance in A Million Ways to Die in the West.

Film Shorts

OPENING: A Million Ways to Die in the West (R) Seth MacFarlane stars in his own comedy as a cowardly farmer who must save his...
See Tuesday.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 28 This month’s Wondercrust Movie Watchers Club takes up Think Big as its target of derision. The 1989 comedy about two dull-witted truck...

Just Mad About Saffron

Paella is one of my favorite things to cook, eat, and just think about. So I recently set out to write the definitive paella...

Don’t Waste Fuel

I’m not gonna lie. I sometimes wish Spencer’s Corner was still around. I’m not saying I sit at home pining for the long-gone fortress...