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Overdue at the Library

Victoria Burson
Our public library is no longer very accessible to the public. By Victoria Burson When was the last time you went to the library? When was the last time you even thought about the library – had a conversation, read an art...


Citizen Drivers

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Fort Worth Weekly was scheduled to be a small part of Historic Fort Worth Inc.’s annual awards last week – reporters Dan McGraw and Betty Brink were due to be honored. But as it turned out, our little rag led off th...



Good News … Eventually

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And as for the wildly careening buggy of the U.S. economy, the stock market may be falling, but Ravi Batra’s stock is rising. The international economist and futurist at Southern Methodist University called the global fin...


No Woofin’

Peter Gorman
Buying speakers from guys in the parking lot?A word, please … By Peter Gorman Two well-dressed young men were standing near an unmarked white van in the parking lot of a liquor store in south Fort Worth a few weeks ago wh...



Fairness in Print

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A recent ruling by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission might finally signal the beginning of the end of the struggle for a former University of Texas at Arlington print shop employee who lost his job 18 months ago.


Cancer in the Country

Kendall McCook
Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant rests on a concrete-dome-penetrated hilltop a few miles above Glen Rose, which was described in a Fort Worth Weekly article as a “bustling little town with all the amenities.”



Fairness in Print

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A recent ruling by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission might finally signal the beginning of the end of the struggle for a former University of Texas at Arlington print shop employee who lost his job 18 months ago....


Tipping Pointe

Jimmy Fowler & Leonard Eureka
The Saturday afternoon was hot and windy, and the charity folks working the vehicular crowd at the intersection of I-30 and Green Oaks Road were young men and women in white and red t-shirts and shorts, who waved signs, shouted...



Cancer in the Country

Kendall McCook
There was a time before nukes and progress covered up the pretty places in North Texas. By KENDALL MCCOOK Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant rests on a concrete-dome-penetrated hilltop a few miles above Glen Rose, which was desc...


Tipping Pointe

Jimmy Fowler & Leonard Eureka
Dancers and directors put blood, sweat, and tutus into Texas Ballet Theater’s survival. By JIMMY FOWLER AND LEONARD EUREKA The Saturday afternoon was hot and windy, and the charity folks working the vehicular crowd at the...