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2013 Stories by Jennifer Medina

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  • See What's Cooking In That Diner

    published November 21, 2013

    Generally speaking, the works we see on the walls of art museums are the finished products created by artists who each have their own distinct... More >>

  • Bid Smart at Art Mart

    published November 21, 2013

    If you didn’t get your art auction fix at Art Conspiracy, you’re in luck. The Winter Art Mart and Silent Auction carries on the... More >>

  • Burlesque, Shaken and Stirred

    published November 14, 2013

    Bond girls are universally recognized as some of the hottest chicks on the planet. If we had to take bets, it’s likely that the only ladies... More >>

  • War Is Hell, Angel

    published November 14, 2013

    For the last three years, area film lovers have found a second home in the Texas Theatre. While it entered history books thanks to Lee Harvey... More >>

  • Spotlight On Cowtown

    published November 7, 2013

    Brought to us by the Lone Star Film Society, the Lone Star Film Festival is a prime example of what makes Fort Worth such a culture-rich... More >>

  • Sneak a Peek at Nebraska

    published October 31, 2013

    The NY Film Critic Series is a pretty sweet setup. It presents advance screenings of award-winning independent films, throws in live Q&As... More >>

  • Hey Good Lookin’

    published October 10, 2013

    Modern-day radio stations may be more likely to play his son’s and grandson’s music, but for hardliners, there’s the original... More >>

  • Definitely, These Are Good Witches, Dorothy

    published October 31, 2013

    Don’t put that costume away just yet, because the Halloween spirit is being extended, and it’s for a good cause. At the 2013... More >>

  • Here Come the White People

    published October 3, 2013

    The cultural zeitgeist in this country is one of total unease — it shows in the horror movies that churn out endlessly, in the waffling... More >>

  • Flamenco And Fangs

    published October 17, 2013

    Like Fred and Ginger, Laurel and Hardy, and chocolate and peanut butter, great pairs make the world spin. So when we heard that The Ochre House... More >>

  • Trade Films For Blood Money

    published October 17, 2013

    Sometimes a bloodbath is a good thing — and we’re not talking about occult ceremonies and traditions. When it comes to horror and... More >>

  • Get Pulled Back In

    published October 3, 2013

    Everyone knows that The Godfather Part III sucked. Seriously, Coppola should have left well enough alone, because the first two films are... More >>

  • The Art of Doing Good

    published October 3, 2013

    You’ve always wanted to be a patron of the arts, but somehow you just haven’t found the time in your busy schedule. And humanitarian... More >>

  • He Likes to Watch

    published September 26, 2013

    Sure, it’s frowned upon to spy on your neighbors day and night. But when you’re stuck in a wheelchair with nothing but time on your... More >>

  • Revisit the Confessional

    published September 26, 2013

    If you’re not in love with Nicole Stewart, then it’s because you haven’t seen her in action. The powerhouse behind Oral... More >>

  • Molly Lives On, Big as Texas

    published August 22, 2013

    “Don’t Mess with Texas” is gospel around these parts, but the adage should really be “Don’t Mess with Texas Women,... More >>

  • Picked Up More Times Than That Cheerleading Vampire Slayer

    published September 19, 2013

    The smart ones know that, rather than spreading yourself thin across this vampire show and that fairy tale adventure series, you can get all of... More >>

  • Murder: It Probably Isn’t Hereditary

    published August 29, 2013

    If your mother died in jail, imprisoned for murdering your father, and your fancy new fiancé fears you harbor similar murderous tendencies,... More >>

  • Celluloid Lone Star

    published September 5, 2013

    We sure do love our arts around here, especially ones with Texas ties. That’s why we’re uber-thrilled about TexFest, a one-day... More >>

  • Island on the Screen

    published September 5, 2013

    Whether you realize it or not, your existing knowledge about that little Caribbean nation known as Jamaica is a result of one iconic movie —... More >>

  • Parties Beat Cancer

    published August 29, 2013

    No ifs, ands or buts about it: cancer blows. We don’t know whether it’s because we’re getting older or the world’s just... More >>

  • A Gyro-ic Effort

    published August 22, 2013

    Nancy “Shaggy” Moore should be a familiar name to many: She has written for local publications, hosted a show on KNON-FM 89.3... More >>

  • Burning Love

    published August 15, 2013

    Almost 30 years ago, a cultural movement began. What started as 20 like-minded friends gathering on a San Francisco beach to mark the summer... More >>

  • Live Long and Popcorn

    published July 18, 2013

    In alternate universes, hats can be damn scary and extremely dangerous — at least that’s what we gather from Captain Kurt and the rest... More >>

  • You’ve Got Hate Mail

    published August 1, 2013

    It’s hard to decide who has it worse in the world of customer service phone banks — the hapless callers who sit on hold for an... More >>

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