Federal and state rulings don’t agree on same-sex weddings, leaving gay couples in Texas in a special brand of limbo all their own.
Tift Merritt makes country music for city dwellers, the kinds of songs that NPR adores but Nashville doesn't have much use for anymore. Still, the thirtysomething singer-songwriter managed to score a Best Country Album Grammy nomination for 2004's Tambourine. But a couple of songs from that record, ... More >>
Dining out is something we all love to do. I would have a hard time imagining the reader of this blog who is an exception. My manners, at least when I'm at home, fly pretty fast and loose. Get it? I fart at the table. So what, who cares? When I'm in public, though, I tend to try to turn up t ... More >>
Mason Lankford and company bring their brand of Southern Gothic to Artopia.
Each Wednesday (almost), Rocks Off arbitrarily appoints one lucky local performer or group "Artist of the Week," bestowing upon them all the fame and grandeur such a lofty title implies. Know a band or artist that isn't awful? Email their particulars to firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo by Tim ThumbR ... More >>
Hair Balls has always been partial to people who don't quite fit into the world in traditional ways.So we jumped at the chance to talk with actor James Black, who is tackling the classic role of the well-intentioned and idiosyncratic Elwood P. Dowd in the upcoming production of Harvey at the Alle ... More >>
The Alley presents a rather austere production of an old warhorse
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Sludge, spread across the land, makes some people vomit and others very rich
Five lawyers and a homicide detective want to give you Death By Injection
Webb Wilder is in search of a label and a way to restart his rock 'n' roll career
Naderites have got the art car crowd and ample altruistic ardor. But they're still searching for a sporting chance.
Success has been anything but a cinch for Atticus Finch
Bad boys Taste of Garlic are trying to clean up their act. Yeah. Sure.
A Time to Kill does John Grisham proud
Atticus Finch are smarter -- and hungrier -- than they sound