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Oaks in Limbo

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The “lots for sale” signs are up in front of the property at 2201 Oak Hill Rd. on the East Side. That’s the heavily wooded acreage owned by Anthony Caballero, the Dallas developer who pleaded guilty last year ...


Needed: Recipe for “Fish in a Barrel”

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Oh joy, it arrived just in time for the holidays – Static’s very own copy of the Wal-Mart Family Cookbook, of course! (Maybe Santa brought you one as well.)



Needed: Recipe for “Fish in a Barrel”

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Oh joy, it arrived just in time for the holidays – Static’s very own copy of the Wal-Mart Family Cookbook, of course!


Buttered Up

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Surprise, surprise! An energy exhibit will be part of the new Fort Worth Museum of Science and History when it opens in 2009.



Buttered Up

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Surprise, surprise! An energy exhibit will be part of the new Fort Worth Museum of Science and History when it opens in 2009. Oil and gas companies are spending millions on TV, billboard, and newspaper ads to convince everyone ...


Pressed Out

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When a company called Brown Media of Ohio bought the Fort Worth Business Press in September, a spokesman for the new owners told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that they had no immediate plans to make changes in the paper’s...



Big Hat, More Closet

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In their ongoing obsession with Dallas, Cowtonians love to play it up big any time we beat the Beast to the East. But a recent study about the number of same-sex couples in the two cities doesn’t seem to have most locals ...


Who Shot B.S.?

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Someone tell J.R. Ewing that the Texas city he helped make famous is being knocked off the marquee for an even better soap opera. (Cue the music). It’s Mansfield that surely will be topping the melodrama charts over the n...



Dump the Dumping

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It’s tough being an environmentalist in Texas – not as bad as being a snowball in hell, but perhaps akin to rolling a very large snowball up a very tall hill, while hostile types shoot arrows at you from behind ever...


A Credit, Lovely as a Tree

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One of the best things about living in Texas is that it is seldom boring for long. Boorish, frequently. Boring? How can it be, when, not even counting the pecan groves, we’ve got more nuts per acre than any place outside ...