Browsing Issue: Wednesday, April 18, 2002
News: Feature: Get out of Jail
Even bondsmen think tarrant county’s bail bond system needs reform.
By Betty Brink
News: Letters: Non-Flashing Flesh
News: Metropolis: Theater of the Absurd
Art-house film folks were —and are— seriously interested in the 7th Street movie house.
News: Static: All the News That’s Fit to Pit
Music: Feature: Posterboyof ’Poke
By “alt-country” in the dictionary: Jack Ingram’s headshot
By Paula Felps
Music: Hearsay: Ready For The World
Music: Listen Up: Josh Clayton-Felt
Spirit Touches Ground\r\n(Dreamworks Records)
By Matthew Smith
Music: Noteworthy: Sparkle*Jets U.K.
Bamboo Lounge\r\n(Smile Records)
By Adam Woodyard
Music: The Show: Stones Throw
By Vic Drabicky
Film: Film Reviews: Break It Up
The sophomoric Crush will make you feel like getting hammered.
By Kristian Lin
Film: Film Reviews: Count on Her
Sandra Bullock is the heart of the frigid Murder by Numbers.
By Kristian Lin
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Bottomless Pit
Sixty-year-old Dickey’s Barbecue Pit keeps churning out the hits.
Eats: Chow, Baby: Man with a Pan
Calendar: Night and Day: House Paint
Arts: Gallery: Group exhibition
Arts: Stage: Rite On
As FWDB falters, Bruce Wood ascends to Master status with new ballets.
By Leonard Eureka

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