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Cowardly Custard

Wildly popular in their own time, Noël Coward's stage comedies fell from favor in the 1960s and have been struggling ever since. His pieces...

Live from the Stockyards

It was 1998, and Tom "Buffalo" Kinzer, a Texas rodeo cowboy by way of California, was in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on business. Kinzer, who lives...

Goodfellas

Good pizza by the slice has always been a rarity in Fort Worth. There are some good sit-down pizza joints but nothing spectacular, certainly...

Pho Consolation

Just as an analogy, say your beloved accidentally shattered your killer-cool vintage-retro atomic-starburst hors d'oeuvres platter, which you now realize is your absolute favorite...

Gender Roles

Our summer dose of Shakespeare plays arrives in the form of Stolen Shakespeare Guild's Condensed Shakespeare Festival, which runs for two weekends at Fort...

After the Shrub is Gone

Remember when war protests down in Crawford were as common as George W. Bush mispronouncing words like "nucular" and "subliminibal?" Now two of those...

No Doubt

In Circle Theatre's production of Hail Mary!, an actor tells a joke that sounds like a classic from parochial school circles: During a holiday...

Night and Day

WED ? 10 We mentioned Trinity Shakespeare Festival's Twelfth Night last week, but this evening the fest's other Shakespeare production starts up. The evergreen Romeo...

Pissed, Off

A real punk-rocker is totally DIY or Do-It-Yourself, according to the punk outfit Unit 21. He doesn't go to or play shows in clubs,...

Keys to Success

A live-music/neighborhood bar that's been around in one form or another for about 30 years is currently undergoing a makeover. Keys Lounge co-owners and...