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Give ‘Em Hope

How strange it is to watch Milk right now, after the election we've just had. No one could overlook the irony of three states...

Prospero Año y Felicidad

Over the last few years we've seen a number of modestly budgeted middlebrow Tyler Perry-inspired comedies like This Christmas and The Perfect Holiday about...

Gringood

El Gabacho is hidden in the Shoppes at Brownstone Village, a frou-frou set of stores in that part of Arlington that's not quite collegeville,...

Illegal to Erase

Leonardo de la Garza has spent decades helping lead public colleges. Since 1997 he's been chancellor of the Tarrant County College District. Prior to...

Haaa-lelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah

Last Sunday at Bass Performance Hall, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra opened the last of a series of performances of Christmas classics with the...

The Rockyards?

To most folks, the Stockyards means just both kinds of music: Country. And Western. Inside the few storefronts that don't offer cowboy-themed knick-knacks, cowboy-friendly food...

Guns ‘N Roses

The era of the idealistic and insane rock star is dead, so music lovers who still cling to sincere, non-ironic rock grandiosity, should be...

I’ll Be Watching You

The end of 2008 is proving to be a busy time for Anthony Vasiliadis. The 27-year-old's short film Technophiliac played at last month's Lone...

Movie Blues

The overheated but enjoyable Cadillac Records tells the story of Leonard Chess, the Polish immigrant (whose last name was changed from the similarly pronounced...

Buffalos, Wings, and Frogs

Buffalo Bros is the brainchild of Ed McOwen, a homesick Buffalo, N.Y., native and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America who also is...