Started by a group of friends, this 28-year-old church welcomes all.
Growing up in Nowheresville, Texas, in the 1980s with strict parents and nothing but tumbleweeds to play with is tough enough on a teenage boy. Add in a vivacious, outspoken personality –– and a sex scandal –– and life ...
A Fort Worth native is speaking out against online harassment of women.
A year ago, Fort Worth native Amy Guth made what she thought was an innocuous comment on her Chicago-based radio talk show. The thirtysomething said it doesn’t cost anyone to say “happy holidays” instead of “merry Chris...
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians say no to a proposed second round of pay cuts.
Like many of their colleagues nationwide, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians would rather forget 2010. That was when they took a 13.5 percent pay cut to shore up an $819,000 loss in revenue. The nation was reeling from the...
Ryan Peucker wound up with more jail time than most murderers.
On June 26, 2014, grand jurors in Cleburne handed down 91 indictments. One of them was for Ryan Andrew Peucker, indicted for possession of a controlled substance. Peucker’s mention was just a line on a long list that included...
Not one but two glossy mags aimed at luxury audiences are heating up the Fort.
North Texas’ economic outlook varies with what sector you’re looking at, but if magazines aimed at middle- to upper-income groups are any indicator, things are, well, glossy. Two new business quarterlies, both aimed at “C...
Shady behavior won’t stop this GOP judge from a comfy retirment [sic].
Telling a political opponent to go, uh, have sex with oneself isn’t unheard of, but it is somewhat surprising coming from a judge. That’s just one of the things the State Commission on Judicial Conduct noted in its recent p...
Canadian energy giant Enbridge claims to have found a way around an environmental review for a huge pipeline expansion.
When Hillary Clinton recently announced that she opposes the Keystone XL –– an indication that she would not OK it if she were to become president –– environmentalists across the country were relieved. It was yet anothe...
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Fort Worth Councilperson Critic’s choice: Cary Moon He’s new to politics and could turn out to be a hero or a goat, but Moon has already done something t...
Former minister and Stockyards bookstore owner Robert Platt remembers helping Texas Tech accept African-Americans.
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Another summer is winding down –– number 87 for Robert Platt. Seasons come and go rather uneventfully these days. Platt retired as a college professor about 25 years ago, and he then spent 16 years owning and operating the ...
All the news these days seems to be about connecting Fort Worth’s underground with its institutions.
Institutional Support Is Coming? Fort Worth has plenty of great artists, but it hasn’t traditionally been a nurturing place for young talent. For every Nancy Lamb-type success story, there are a dozen equally skilled painters...