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Paschal Grad, Astronaut/Painter Al Bean

Painter, Paschal High School alum, and retired astronaut Al Bean will be exhibiting some of his work this month at the Smithsonian Air and...

Ma Ma Se, Ma Ma Sa, Ma Ma Coo Sa

Every Tuesday after putting the paper to bed, around 9-ish, I’d go to The Torch, a now-defunct club on West 7th Street, and dee-jay....

Music Festival Changes

I’m sorry to report that Dove Hunter had to pull out for personal reasons. Will announce the name of the replacement band as soon...

Dinner Roll: Restaurant Round-Up

Just a few items today. Keep the emails rolling in at eric.griffey@fwweekly...

So long Michael, Farrah…yawn

Two icons from my childhood are dead and I feel strangely unaffected. First, let’s discuss the one with the bad plastic surgery and bizarre behavior....

A More Crowded Oscar Race

For more than 60 years, five films have been nominated each year for the Academy Award for Best Picture. Yesterday, the Academy announced that...

William, ‘Speared

If you’ve read this week’s Stage, then you know that that sloppy old fraud William Shakespeare goes crashing down to earth. His reputation will...

Mural Finally Completed

The tornado-bent metal sculpture and its accompanying art mural at the new U.S. Post Office in the museum district were lauded in this article...

A Great Day for U.S. Soccer

U.S. soccer fans won't soon forget this day, when Team USA defeated Spain 2-0 in the semifinals of the Confederations Cup. Not bad for...

DVD Reviews

AUSTRALIA (PG) Bloated but charming and effective WWII-period piece by native Australian Baz Luhrmann (Romeo & Juliet, Moulin Rouge). Fellow Aussie and Luhrmann go-to gal...