Browsing Issue: Wednesday, February 18, 2009
News: Feature: Neglected Heritage
Historians are battling to preserve the park where Fort Worth was founded.
By DAN MCGRAW
News: Letters: Bring on Batra’s Wisdom
News: Metropolis: Prairie Power
Tandy Hills gets a haircut, after years of pressure from environmentalists.
By BRYAN SHETTIG and JEFF PRINCE
News: Online Exclusive: The Revolution, Televised
Death is never on holiday, according to Microaudiotellarevolution.
By Anthony Mariani
News: Static: She Can See His Hair From There
Music: Featured Music: Bending Metal
Urizen breaks the rules — including the one that says all metal bands have to lack a sense of humor.
By CAROLINE COLLIER
Music: Hearsay: Big Ideas
Music: Last Call: Communication Breakdown
Film: Film Reviews: But I’m a Cheer-leader
Fired Up is a comedy that doesn’t quite bring it off.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Compañero
Steven Soderbergh’s Ché is broken in halves and half-watchable.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Golden Oldie
Rise & Shine, sleepy heads.
By LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Eats: Chow, Baby: Three Days of the Corn Soup
Calendar: Night and Day: Lake Effect
Swan Lake runs Fri-Sun at Bass Performance Hall, 525 Commerce St, FW. Tickets are $19-99. 877-828-9200
By Leonard Eureka
Arts: Gallery: Microaudiotellarevolution
Arts: Stage: Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Superlative acting keeps Stage West’s The Seafarer from sinking.
By JIMMY FOWLER

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