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Toast & Jam with Melissa Kirkendall

Austin-based filmmaker Melissa Kirkendall makes frequent forays to her old stomping grounds in Fort Worth, where she once ran Mad Hatters punk bar on...

Sports Rush: Senators and Soccer

You’ve perhaps been following the demands of U.S. Women’s National Team soccer players for pay equal to their male counterparts. They just won a...

The Late Bill Paxton’s First Movie Finally Airs In His Hometown

The most famous actor to come out of Fort Worth was probably Bill Paxton. Hardly anyone from Paxton’s hometown, however, had seen his first...

Top 5 Shows: Wacky Covers Edition

1) I assume the O’s are still a thing, but the folk pop duo has split into two solo projects, John Pedigo’s Magic Pilsner...
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Toast & Jam with Wrex

Perhaps the coolest thing to happen at the 20th Anniversary Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards on July 7 was Wrex​ winning Album of the...
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Sports Rush: Varying The Delivery

Sports is in the diversity and inclusion business whether it likes it or not. If you read last week’s blog post about a big...

Top 5 Shows: The Fighter Jet Edition

1) These listings are comin’ in hot today, like an F-35 with a malfunctioning… something… I dunno – I read yet another article about...
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Toast & Jam with Bryan Batson

Seven years ago, Bryan Batson was all over the local music scene playing saxophone with Confusatron and Josh Weathers & The True Endeavors while...

Top 5 Shows: More Tonky Than Honkey

1) Like honky-tonk and country and western and western swing? Tonight (Thursday), Sons of Hermann Hall (3414 Elm St, Dallas) has all of that...
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Toast & Jam with Jarrell McDonald

Jarrell McDonald owns the Cross-Eyed Moose in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards but spent most of his life as a railroad engineer with Union Pacific. He...