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TGI Frida

Around 11 p.m. on a recent Friday at The Urban Cowboy Saloon just east of downtown, a woman in a poofy blonde wig peeked...

Big Shots

The most dominant NCAA Division I athletics team at TCU isn’t Gary Patterson’s men in pads or Jim Schlossnagle’s boys of summer. You may...

Appreciate Ya

“I wasn’t born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could.” So goes the bumper sticker, the coaster, the koozie, the mug,...

Younger for Mozart?

Only minutes before the start of a chamber music program at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, I chatted up a middle-aged married...

R.I.P., Bill Paxton

The Oscar ceremony is known, among other things, for its annual montage of film-industry professionals who died during the previous 12 months. This past...

Comeback on the Court

For most TCU fans, there are two sports: football and baseball. What happens between those two? For two decades, there hasn’t been much more...

Transference

With the Super Bowl over and the Patriots champions thanks to an epic comeback, I’m here to help you with your post-football hangover by...

The Comedian: Laugh Lines

Funny people are delightful to be around, but professionally funny people can be exhausting. They turn every conversation into a wisecrack, a pun, an...

Geography and Grains

As the classroom filled, extra chairs were brought in. More than 40 chatty TCU undergrads in Dave C. Reed Hall were awaiting marching orders...

Hands Down

Find me a student who enjoys introducing herself to the class, and I will give you a thousand dollars. Find me an introverted student who...