Browsing Issue: Wednesday, December 15, 2004
News: Feature: Soldier’s Heart
Thousands of Iraq War veterans face serious psychological problems and a system ill prepared to help them.
By Dan Frosch and Peter Gorman
News: Letters: Angst and Alverson
By Mitchell Alverson
News: Letters: Angst and Alverson
By Diane Gentry
News: Letters: Angst and Alverson
News: Metropolis: Controlling the Crime District
Board members and others are questioning the city’s use of special tax funds.
By JEFF PRINCE
News: Static: Much Ado about Nuttin’
By Static
News: Static: Suspicious Minds
Music: Featured Music: Heaven Just Got Heavier
Remembering Metroplex metal star Dimebag Darrell, a.k.a. Darrell Lance Abbott
By JUSTIN PRESS
Music: Hearsay: He Had a Dreamworld
By Hearsay
Music: Hearsay: No Axis ... Yet
By Hearsay
Music: Last Call: ’Rack-ed With Anxiety
By Last Call
Music: Last Call: Black and White, and Red All Over
By Last Call
Music: Last Call: Nutty Investment?
Music: Listen Up: American Music Club
Love Songs for Patriots (Merge Records)
By Matthew Smith
Music: Listen Up: Marilyn Scott
Nightcap (Prana Records)
By Jimmy Fowler
Music: Listen Up: PrinceRodriguez
Ballad of Pedro Nix (Reload Records)
By Maurice Thomas
Music: Listen Up: Willy Mason
Where the Humans Eat (Team Love Records)
By JIMMY FOWLER
Music: The Show: Engine of the Ocean
Music: The Show: Pablo and the Hemphill 7
By ANTHONY MARIANI
Film: Film Reviews: Spies and Swords
Romantic tragedy and martial arts combine in the dazzling House of Flying Daggers.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: When Sunny Gets Blue
A Series of Unfortunate Events is a mediocre movie that needs more Lemony.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Bates Hotel
Schizophrenic food makes a trip to the Star Lounge in Hurst a risk.
By PETER GORMAN
Eats: Chow, Baby: Cold Case Files
By Chow Baby
Eats: Chow, Baby: Shack of the Week
By Chow Baby
Calendar: Night and Day: That Nutty Met Ballet
By Leonard Eureka
Arts: Art: Twin Peeks
Two North Texas artists explore the sacred and the profane at Artspace 111.
By ANTHONY MARIANI
Arts: Books: Tales from the Crypt
A forensic scientist lifts the veil on some of the country’s most infamous crime scenes.
By MARGARET ALLYSON
Arts: Screen: Iggy Flop
‘A Confederacy of Dunces’ won the Pulitzer in 1981; a Fort Worthian with ties to the film rights awaits the adaptation.
By BRIAN ABRAMS
Arts: Stage: Muffled ‘Voice’
Stage West reduces the life of Barbara Jordan to a slide show.
By JIMMY FOWLER

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