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‘Paranormal Activity 3’ delivers expected thrills

Published Oct 28, 2011

I can’t help but imagine the pre-production process on a film like Paranormal Activity 3. I can imagine the writer, director, producer and the studio executive all huddled around a desk, hammering out...

First arthouse theatre to open on Magnolia Avenue

Published Oct 28, 2011

For years, film buffs living in Fort Worth might have had to drive to Dallas to see independent films on a big screen. But soon those long drives will be a thing of the past. The Citizen Theater would...

Student organizations help Fort Worth Zoo Halloween event

Published Oct 28, 2011

Boo at the Zoo will be held this weekend at the Fort Worth Zoo, and some university organizations are helping with the event. Boo at the Zoo is the 20th annual family-friendly halloween event at the Fort...

Alumna volunteers at haunted house for 23 years

Published Oct 28, 2011

After 23 years of volunteering for Hangman’s House of Horrors, alumna Darla Robinson considers herself “boo-proof.” Robinson, who graduated from TCU in 1985 with a degree in Radio-TV-Film,...

Halloween attractions provide scares

Published Oct 28, 2011

Two local haunted houses, Cutting Edge and Hangman’s House of Horrors, provide opportunities for students to get into the Halloween spirit. Cutting Edge Haunted House, located on Lancaster Avenue, is...

Japanese Garden Fall Festival set to begin this weekend

Published Oct 21, 2011

Martial arts, haiku poetry and tea ceremonies are coming to Fort Worth’s Botanic Gardens this weekend. The Japanese Garden Fall Festival is a biannual event that celebrates Japanese culture and...

Saddle up for the 21st annual Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering & Western Swing Festival

Published Oct 21, 2011

The 21st annual Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering & Western Swing Festival takes place this weekend in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards. The event was voted “Best Gathering” and “Best...

Texas Ballet Theatre presents ‘Giselle’

Published Oct 21, 2011

Texas Ballet Theater will present “Giselle” this weekend at the Bass Performance Hall. The ballet will run Friday through Sunday and is choreographed by Artistic Director Ben Stevenson. “Giselle”...

Rifle team to shoot at start of charity race today

Published Oct 20, 2011

The TCU Women’s Rifle Team will help kick off the Streams and Valleys sixth annual Friends of the River Party on the Plaza today. The event will feature a 3.4 mile run/walk along the Trinity River...

Bank of America increases card fees, frustrates students

Published Oct 18, 2011

Bank of America may lose TCU customers who are frustrated with the new monthly fee for debit card users. The bank announced last month that customers will be charged $5 a month to use their debit cards,...

“Ides of March” has standouts, but takes few risks

Published Oct 14, 2011

Historically, the Ides of March refers to March 15, 44 B.C. when Roman emperor Julius Caesar was stabbed to death in the Roman Senate by a group of conspirators led by friend and ally Marcus Brutus. William...

Childhood friends bringing music to Stay Wired

Published Oct 14, 2011

In eighth grade, senior anthropology major Travis Hildenbrand formed a band with a few of his friends. Now, his band Collective Dreams is performing all over Texas, including a show at Stay Wired on Saturday....