Monthly Archives: May 2014

Fort Worth Opera Swings into Mozart

The plot for Mozart’s Così fan tutte could easily be mistaken for that of an ’80s sitcom. The maestro and librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte...

Habitat For Humanity Breaking Ground In Fort Worth

Jimmy Carter was a popular punchline due to his rocky one-term stint as president, but the guy has been the best post-president ever. He's America's...

R.I.P., Bob Hoskins

I intended to post this earlier, but other post-worthy subjects got in the way. Earlier this week, Bob Hoskins passed away from pneumonia at...

Five Cool Touring Shows this Weekend

1.) Though they’ve got legit punk chops, The Dickies are basically all about having a few laughs. Formed in 1977 near the dawn of...

“Gigantabugs!” at the Fort Worth Zoo

Though the Fort Worth Zoo is a popular North Texas destination staffed by many hard-working professionals, I don’t visit very often. I’m no PETA...

Copa América Comes to America

Major soccer news dropping ahead of this summer’s World Cup tournament: The North and Central American soccer federation (CONCACAF) and its South American counterpart...

Partying with Ed Harris at USA Film Festival

Last Sunday’s screening of Frontera at the 2014 USA Film Festival in Dallas was a candid glimpse into a great film and the world...
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NORML-izing Drug Laws

If there’s any doubt that the landscape of marijuana laws is changing in Texas, as it is in the rest of the country, look...