Posted By Sgleaves on 2014 Feb 25 - 11:57am

Sean Panikkar of “Forte” will be in The Pearl Fishers. I’m not an opera buff. The only opera I had ever appreciated was Bugs Bunny’s Barber of Seville. I didn’t and probably will not ever completely understand the true...

Posted By Sgleaves on 2013 Nov 6 - 12:49pm

My favorite so far. Enjoy!

Four Day Weekend Magazine Improv(Nov.) from Fort Worth, Texas magazine on Vimeo.

Posted By Sgleaves on 2013 Oct 14 - 2:51pm

Four Day Weekend Magazine Improv(Oct.) from Fort Worth, Texas magazine on Vimeo. The latest installment from Four Day Weekend.

Posted By Sgleaves on 2013 Sep 18 - 9:25am

In case you haven't seen the Four Day Weekend clip of the month... Four Day Weekend Magazine Improv(Sept.) from Fort Worth, Texas magazine on Vimeo.

Posted By Erin Lawson on 2013 Sep 6 - 10:55am

Recently I had the pleasure of hearing a relatively new band out of Fort Worth called Sun City. Sun City is comprised of Chad Johnson - Guitar/Vocals, Brian Whaley - Bass/Vocals, and Kevin Geist – Drums. These three gents have recently completed recording a new self-titled album which was...

Posted By Amanda Rozenboom on 2013 Jul 2 - 1:38pm

White House Down, directed by Roland Emmerich, is nothing more than an elaborate plot of craziness, which is surprisingly littered with quite a few A-list actors. Channing Tatum plays John Cale who hopes to become a Secret Service agent for President Sawyer, played by Jamie Foxx. Unbeknownst to...

Posted By Amanda Rozenboom on 2013 Jul 1 - 2:25pm

The Heat, directed by Paul Feig, stars Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy is this side-splitting buddy cop movie in which two unlikely partners are forced to work together in order to bring down Boston’s biggest drug lord. FBI agent Ashburn, played by Bullock, wants the promotion she has...

Posted By Amanda Rozenboom on 2013 Jun 28 - 9:55am

World War Z, directed by Marc Forster, stars Brad Pitt as former United Nations employee Gerry Lane, in this post-apocalyptic “zombie” thriller in which Lane sets out to find the origin of the worldwide outbreak, in the hopes of discovering a vaccine, before it is too late. The film is...

Posted By Erin Lawson on 2013 Jun 4 - 10:32am

In the spirit of raising awareness about some of the local acts that make us proud to be from Texas, for the next few blogs, I will be doing something a little different. Rather than reviewing brand spanking new releases, I’ll be recommending new-ish releases from some amazing local DFW...

Posted By Sgleaves on 2013 May 21 - 11:57am

Circe, 1977, collage “All of us, from the time we begin to think, are on an Odyssey.” — Romare Bearden The Amon Carter opened the Smithsonian traveling exhibit Romare Bearden: A Black Odyssey Saturday May 18. Recognized as one of the...

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