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Prairie Big Dog

It must be spring: City council elections are looming on May 9, yard signs are sprouting like weeds, and urban gas drilling is a...

Jessica Lure Ensemble

Seattle's all-woman Tiptons Sax Quartet was originally called the Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet in honor of the big-band musician who lived as a...

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: Karen Hadden's commentary ("Don't Get Fooled Again," April 1, 2009) called for efforts to block the new Comanche Peak reactors, in...

Main Stream

The food/drink options last weekend at the 2009 Main St. Arts Festival were both spend-y and, like most of the art, short on locally...

Music is Medicine

As a volunteer at Cook Children's Hospital in 2005, singer-songwriter and TCU pre-med major J Mack Slaughter noticed something missing. "There was a void...

Illiberal Education?

When I started college about 30 years ago, I moved into a dormitory at a university in Chicago. I didn't get to choose either...

Gallery

It's time the Gallery featurette showed some love to our readers out in Weatherford. Through the end of April, you can see the new...

American Express

A multiple prize-winner at this past January's Sundance Film Festival, Sin Nombre is a drama that aims for a documentary's texture of real life....

Ellis Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

Ah, the world of Bret Easton Ellis! The opulence! The decadence! The '80s references! The world of beautiful overprivileged degenerates engaging in joyless sex...

The Way of the Roll

The area south of Hulen Mall in Fort Worth is a typically overdeveloped set of strip malls and chain eateries, known neither for innovative...