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Steve Steward

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The Tomahawk of Odin

I found Indian Oaks Tavern on Sunday evening, after I’d gone to Barcadia with a pocketful of cash and coins for brunch, beers, and...
The Cush is Texas psych at its best.

Comfy Perch

When a 20-year-old like Lorde can essentially rule the musical landscape, you have to wonder if there’s room for grown-ups. But that thought doesn’t...
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The Sundays

More than any other time of the week, I find myself bar hopping on Sunday nights. It’s not that I don’t go out Fridays...

Blocking the Brew

Years ago, I was obsessed with a real-time PC strategy game called Starcraft, in which you guided the actions of militaristic space colonists attempting...

Jamming at Gator’s

I’m just going to throw this out there: All the neon trim lining the eaves of the buildings on Race Street is kind of...

Naturally Peppy: A Sobering Fact

I noticed something during the three hours I spent at Lola’s Saloon on Saturday: People didn’t seem that drunk. I was there during the...

Slowdown Showdown

One thing I love about dive bars is their apparent immunity to the caprices of time. So often they’re locked in whatever decade they...
More Fleetwood Mac than Merle Haggard, Fort Worth singer-songwriter Whitnye Raquel is still built to battle –– and baffle –– societal convention. Dee Hill

Songbird

You’d think that a young songwriter whose honkytonk guitar-playing father raised her on a steady diet of country legends would be super-enthusiastic about C&W....
James Gandolfini and Tom Hardy ponder a grim situation in The Drop.

The Drop: Streetlight People

It’s likely that the late James Gandolfini’s performance in The Drop will be lauded in tearfully hyperbolic fashion, maybe even to the point where...

Take a Lefty

If you’re one of those people who wonders what goes on in the dilapidated dives lining East Lancaster Avenue, I’d venture to say that...