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Angel Dust at Bass Hall

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Life’s Too Short to Live in Dallas

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Scary Spice at Shipping & Receiving

At this point, I think we can agree that winter is not coming. Instead, the more than 400 folks at the Fort Worth Weekly’s...

Weekly Fest Season Launches

The Fort Worth Weekly’s event season kicks off Wed, Mar 1, at Proper (409 W Magnolia Av, 817-984-1133). This month’s Stir features four local...

West 7th Gets … Thicker

While my back was mostly turned toward bars like Shipping & Receiving and Proper, the southeast corner of the West 7th corridor morphed into...

What’s Old Is Semi-Nude Again

Is there an inoculation shot to protect from being intoxicated by the siren song of ’90s nostalgia? If you are a Gen Xer or...

Mezcal-ations

Poor, misunderstood mezcal needs a better PR firm. In spite of Robert Earl Keen warbling to the contrary, “a nightmare of mezcal” isn’t as...

Sunday Bottomless Sunday

I’m a breakfast person. Growing up in the Midwest meant that steak, eggs, strong drip coffee, and OJ were always available early in the...

Studio Eighty Redux

If you were cruising down University Drive last week, with the ragtop down so your hair can blow, you would have spied a pile...

The Wild and The Dead

Wild Salsa 300 Throckmorton St, Ste 180, FW. 682-316-3230. Back in the late aughts, I lived in the northwest sector of downtown Fort Worth, and seeing...

Showing the Love At Lola’s

That rat-bastard pollen-exploding scrub bush, mountain cedar, has proven to be bigger, bolder, and more badasser than me. For three weeks I have been...

Cheap F*cks in Dallas

  Some friends and I went to Dallas on Saturday to watch the full-band, real-vocals iteration of Euless-based international pop star Steve Gnash, who, fronting...