Posts Tagged ‘closing’
AN APPLE A DAY USED TO KEEP DALLAS AWAY FROM AMON CARTER SR. BUT NOW HIS PRECIOUS PAPER WILL BE PRINTED THERE.

Star-Telegram Says Adios To Printing Plant, 275 Employees

Jeff Prince
Amon Carter Sr. loved him some Fort Worth. The wealthy benefactor, namesake of a museum, and late founder of the  Fort Worth Star-Telegram supposedly carried a sack lunch whenever he traveled on business to Dallas — he d...


Curtain’s Up on Q Cinema

Big Ticket
The 12th Annual Q Cinema Gay & Lesbian Film Festival boasts half a dozen Southwest premieres including romantic comedies, political documentaries, and dramas about the intersection of religion and homophobia. But the most a...



Jon Irabagon

Ken Shimamoto
As the new millennium approaches the end of its first decade and folks who habitually worry about such things ponder the death of jazz yet again, young alto saxophonist Jon Irabagon’s latest, The Observer, arrives like a ...


Hidden Heritage

Views from a downtown park are beautiful — but its future is murky.
Dan McGraw
When the Fort Worth Parks and Community Services Department closed Heritage Park six months ago, few downtown regulars noticed.