Browsing Issue: Wednesday, November 09, 2005
News: Feature: Crumbs in the Cupboard
Fort Worth’s oldest food pantry has hit the skids.
By JEFF PRINCE
News: Letters: Letters to the Editor
News: Metropolis: Gas, Groceries, and Ruin
A convenience store “flipping” scam is still causing pain in North Texas.
By MICHAEL WHITELEY
News: Second Thought: Forget Avian Flu
In Fort Worth, It’s Beware Grackle-Mania
By DAN MCGRAW
News: Static: Judging Becky
Music: Featured Music: No Fortunate Son
While his father may be rich and powerful, Americana singer-songwriter James McMurtry is blue-collar to the bone.
By JIMMY FOWLER
Music: Hearsay: Triple-A’s Chemistry ‘Clashes
Music: Last Call: Attack of the Killer Arlingtonians
Music: Listen Up: Bobby Bare
The Moon Was Blue (Dualtone)
By Tom Geddie
Music: Listen Up: Darediablo
Twenty Paces (Southern Records)
By Justin Press
Music: The Show: The Show 11/9/05
By Anthony Mariani
Music: Thursday Night Live: Fort Worth Weekly Presents
THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE AT CENTRAL MARKET
Film: Film Reviews: Do Drugs, Do Rhyme
50 Cent’s confusing new movie shows how to rob a rapper of his mystique.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Wright for the Times
The latest Jane Austen movie exchanges polish for grit, and that’s a good thing.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: New Deli
Inspired by London’s East End, the recently opened Bombay Bistro is a hip take on Indian cuisine.
By ANTHONY MARIANI
Eats: Chow, Baby: Yes, You Have No Bananas
By Chow, Baby
Calendar: Night and Day: Shrinking Violetta
By Leonard Eureka
Arts: Books: Profoundly Academic
Though Joe Bob Briggs’ latest tome is supposed to be about sex, the countrified film critic plays the prude.
By Brian Abrams
Arts: Gallery: Faculty Biennial VIII

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