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The Podcast Movement

More than 1,100 people piled into Fort Worth for a convention in July. You didn’t hear?!
JONNY AUPING
“I’d like to thank the Academy.” One hand nervously in his pocket, the other gripping the podium, Danny Peña looked down at a room full of his fans, his peers, and over a thousand people who, when they finished feting hi...


Photo by Jeff Prince.

Stockyards Shorty

Does anyone know what’s going on with Majestic Realty’s proposed $175 million deal for the historic area?
Eric Griffey
Fort Worth’s growth has spurred development at the speed of the Game of Thrones theme. Natives have marveled at new shops, houses, restaurants, hotels, and apartments that have sprung up in areas like West 7th, South Main Str...



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Is Art Worth It?

Fort Worth is getting better at supporting middle-class artists but still has a long way to go.
CHRISTOPHER BLAY
corrected: Aug. 19. It’s the middle of summer, and most summertime exhibits at the museums and galleries are about to come down. Artists have retreated to their studios to create new works for the fall, so now is the perfect ...


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CASA: Helping Children but Needing Help

As Tarrant County leads the state in child-abuse cases, this volunteer-centric nonprofit tries to keep up.
Edward Brown
Mick Rowland first met them two years ago. A 5-year-old boy and his 7-year-old sister. “The boy was getting abused by his dad, who wasn’t even supposed to [be around] him,” Rowland recalled. “Mom took off and didn’t w...



This doesn’t look like The Simpsons. Stage West puts on Mr. Burns -- a post-electric play.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 5 - The die-hard anime fans won’t be found at just the Modern this week (see sidebar). Many of them will also be whetting their appetites with tonight’s broadcast of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection “F”. The saga’s 19t...


Christopher Bonilla (left) and Fernando Florez are ready to see Hemphill/Berry take off. Photo by Brian Hutson.

Helping Hemphill

There’s more to fixing a dilapidated intersection than an urban village.
Edward Brown
One of Fort Worth’s best spots to grab a late-night street taco or catch a local punk band has long been Hemphill Street. The road isn’t just a local treasure. It’s an important thoroughfare between downtown and South For...



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House (of worship) party

Some Eastsiders near an old church quietly worry that a self-proclaimed renaissance man will bring Bacchanalia to their little ville.
Jeff Prince
What’s that thing about one flap of a butterfly’s wings can alter history? By that theory, a butterfly must have flapped its wings sometime before the 1980s and sent some weird mojo hurtling toward Handley Church of Christ....


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It’s Not in the Bag

Static
Undeterred by the failure of a ban on plastic bags in Dallas this past May, the Fort Worth Sierra Club is going ahead with an attempt to ban the containers in our city. American retailers use some 100 billion plastic bags a yea...



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Swallowing Sounds

Chow, Baby
If I were ever being tortured for information, all my captors would have to do is use loud music or bizarre noises, and I would sing like a little birdie. There’s not a secret in the world I wouldn’t have given up on my rec...


Hip Pocket Theatre’s Tree Pop brings the forest to life this week.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 15 - You’ll get lots of air if you go to Pump It Up today. The company specializing in indoor inflatables and play areas is celebrating its 15th birthday, and it’s doing so with cake, kids’ activities, and goodie bags...