Posts Tagged ‘817’
A Hill County rancher’s fine may not be the end of the raw milk saga in Fort Worth.
Outside a municipal courthouse downtown last week, a dozen or so protesters held signs that read, “Cowtown loves raw milk” and “Don’t mess with Texas farmers.” A lot of the protestors wore stickers emblazoned with “...
When I was thinking about all the places I wrote about in 2015 (this was after I’d written last week’s Last Call), I realized that I’ve had a comparatively tame year of roaming around the 817’s drinking scene. You’d t...
Rosako’s offers a unique take on traditional Southern soul food
Rosako Bailey is a man who loves to cook. You can see it when his eyes light up talking about his vegetable sides. You might hear it in his conspiratorial whisper as he tells you about the signature twist he applies to his clas...
Wed 16 - It was North Texas’ own Gene Autry (who hailed from Tioga) who first recorded the song Frosty the Snowman in 1950. Decades later, Casa Mañana is spending the holiday season by keeping the old chestnut alive and putt...
A coalition works toward bringing fresh food to poor parts of town.
The scene looked nothing like the picturesque images plastered on billboards by the Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau. Several dozen people with IDs in hand were in line in an open-air facility near a row of retail st...
Who knows when, if ever, a local A.C. repairman injured by a faulty part will be compensated.
First responders cut away Clarence Johnson’s singed clothing while he looked out the ambulance’s small window. “I remember thinking, ‘How could such a beautiful day turn out to be so bad?’ ” It was Friday, Aug. 3, 2...
Imagination Fort Worth is reinventing itself while keeping the focus on the kids.
Edward Brown @EJB0017
Edward Brown @EJB0017
As long as there’s been public school, there have been fights about where art and music fit into it. “They’re valuable but not crucial,” say some folks. Others think learning how to read music or paint not only help cre...
Despite a major setback, the Hemphill Corridor Task Force is forging ahead.
In April, when the city broke ground on a $12 million underpass connecting the downtown business district to Hemphill Street, it looked like the momentum behind the Hemphill Corridor’s revitalization had gone from a gust to a...
Wed 2 - Based on Ludwig Bemelmans’ book, Artisan Children’s Theatre’s musical Madeline’s Christmas finds the Parisian schoolgirls struck down by the flu during the holidays, but leave it to Madeline to find the bright s...
The Library Café combines international flavors with classic soul food.
The area around East Fort Worth near interstates 820 and 30 isn’t known for being a hotbed of healthy, scratch-made cuisine. The Library Café, tucked in a corner of the strip mall anchored by The Potter’s House of Fort Wor...