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Parking on a Dime

JEFF PRINCE
The city’s got a plan to wring some extra change out of downtown visitors. By JEFF PRINCE                       Park a car curbside in downtown Fort Worth, step out to feed the meter, and sometimes a nice surpr...


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...



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...


Best Table in Town

Static
“Food insecurity” is bureaucratese for “hungry.” Not the “Oh, it’s 1 p.m. and I haven’t had lunch yet” hungry, or the “Damn, I’m on a diet” kind. We’re tal...



Two Budget Roads

DAN MCGRAW
Which Fort Worth do you live in? A city in an economic boom with tons of money flying around or a city with economic problems so vast that city services have to be cut?


Best Table in Town

fwuser
“Food insecurity” is bureaucratese for “hungry.” Not the “Oh, it’s 1 p.m. and I haven’t had lunch yet” hungry, or the “Damn, I’m on a diet” kind. We’re tal...



Two Budget Roads

DAN MCGRAW
Will we have a Cowtown for all, or one that leaves poor folks in the ditch? By DAN MCGRAW Which Fort Worth do you live in? A city in an economic boom with tons of money flying around or a city with economic problems so vast tha...


Re-Entry Vehicle

BETTY BRINK
A much-needed nonprofit helps ex-cons turn their lives around … and put them on stage. By BETTY BRINK If a dozen close family members had each spent long stretches in prison, the last thing most of their kin might want to...



Peeling the Barnett Shale Onion

Peter Gorman
Scary questions have already emerged from beneath the drilling-boom bucks – and who knows what’s next? By PETER GORMAN When a natural gas pipeline blew outside the little Central Texas town of Stairtown on Aug. 28, ...


The Price of Cake

GRAYSON HARPER
There’s something a bit sad and desperate about this gas drilling business. With utility bills mounting, the economy shuddering, and college costs rising so high that it seems only rich families can afford them, little wo...