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Fort Worth’s Transit Future

Will The T’s master plan and TEX Rail move us forward?
Eric Griffey
On an oven-hot Sunday in July, the No. 25 bus pulled up to its stop at the intersection of Hulen Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard. The five of us waiting there stirred. We had been huddled beneath what little shade was cast by t...


The French film La Jetée screens Tuesday at The Modern.

N&D

Madelyn Edwards
Wed 6 - It’s documentary time at Mid-Week Movie Night at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Up first will be D-Day: Normandy 1994. Featuring stunning footage, this 40-minute doc narrated by Tom Brokaw underlines th...



TCU Center for Urban Studies directors Sean Crotty (left) and Kyle Walker are using academic research to positively impact Fort Worth residents and local nonprofits. Photo by Ryan Burger.

Community Driven Research

TCU’s Center for Urban Studies puts academic findings into action.
Edward Brown
TCU’s professors frequently conduct research that would be of value to the community. Mapping demographic trends, predicting child abuse rates, and measuring the potential impact of smoking bans in Fort Worth are just a few o...


The Mimir Chamber Music Festival runs Jun 30-Jul 8 at TCU and the Kimbell Art Museum.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 29 - Leon Bridges’ first concert with his full band was in Shipping & Receiving Bar, so appropriately, the Southside venue hosts the screening of This Is Home, Danny Clinch’s documentary short film about the local m...



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The 2016 Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards Festival in Photos

Eric Griffey
I hope everyone had as much at our little festival as I apparently did. (You know it was a fun night when everyone who sees you the next day greets you with a mix of taunting concern and medical advice: “Man, are you OK? You ...


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2016 Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards

Fort Worth Weekly
Music Awards For this year’s Music Awards issue, we decided to do something different. Instead of a couple of sentences about each nominee –– all nine million of them –– we thought we’d take the temperature of the s...



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Blowing My Cover

Chow, Baby
For the first time ever, I was spotted and unmasked as Chow, Baby while reviewing a restaurant. One of the fun parts of being an anonymous food critic is that I can pretend every dining experience is a secret mission. I take sp...


The beef on the alambres was exceptionally tender. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Viva Jalisco!

You’ll find authentic Mexican food in this quirky restaurant on the edge of the North Side.
LAURIE JAMES
The motto of the Mexican state of Jalisco translates to “Jalisco is Mexico.” Among other things, Jalisco claims that mariachis, the sombrero, and tequila all originated in the west coast Mexican state. It’s no surprise th...



Parker Gerdes stars in Artisan Center Theater’s The Little Mermaid Jr.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 22 - By the time this issue hits the stands, USA will have already won or lost one semifinal of the Copa América Centenario, but you can catch the other semifinal tonight between Colombia and Chile. These South American ri...


(From left to right) Jim Forrester, Susan Urshel, Ben Davis, Ann Stahl, and Sabine Renz helped their neighborhood get the building they think they deserve. Photo by Madelyn Edwards.

Standing their Ground

A neighborhood association wills its way into a developer’s conscience.
MADELYN EDWARDS
Some folks simply refuse to be overrun by developers. And to be fair, some local developers aren’t above listening to and working with concerned neighbors. In the past couple of years, neighbors around Camp Bowie Boulevard ne...