Posts Tagged ‘Fort Worth Star-Telegram’

Price Is Right Story Reads Like Melody

Jeff Prince
To fledgling writers currently traipsing the hallways in Tarrant County’s fine establishments of higher education: This is an excellent example of storytelling. Fort Worth Star-Telegram writer Melody McDonald takes a friv...


Former FW News Publisher Bows To Haters

Jeff Prince
Former Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Fort Worth Business Press publisher  Richard L. Connor teaches by example. If you want to learn how to be a good publisher/editor, look at what  Connor did — and then do the opposite....



Van Cliburn National Anthem At Cowboys Stadium

Jeff Prince
Van Cliburn’s rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner is waxed upon in a rather uncharacteristic gushing manner by Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Bud Kennedy in today’s paper. I was going to post a YouTube video o...


David Casstevens Gets Freaky!

Jeff Prince
The bare-butted folks at the Wildwood nudist colony received another visit from a reporter. Fort Worth Weekly intern Sarah Perry shucked her clothes and immersed herself into a story there last summer. Now comes Fort Worth Star...



Arlington Needs Another Cool Place

Jeff Prince
This morning’s Star-Tellygram headline practically knocked me out of my seat: Ten Cool Things To See And Do In Arlington. Are there that many? Apparently not. Veteran writer  John Austin has covered A-town for years but ...


Dallas Morning News Asleep At Switch Today?

Jeff Prince
The Dallas Morning News online site is still running the oily birds found in Texas story that it posted at 7:40 a.m. But that story has since been debunked. Yahoo! News filed a corrected report two-and-a-half hours ago. A Morni...



Gil LeBreton Nazi Column Sparks Virtual Lynching

Jeff Prince
Fort Worth Star-Telegram sportswriter Gil LeBreton is getting bitch slapped for this Feb. 28 column that compares Canada’s version of the Winter Olympics to Nazi Germany’s in 1936. Naturally, he felt compelled to is...


Startlegram Startles Columnist

Jeff Prince
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram has once again changed its online look. For once they seemed to have changed something for the better. Usually their consumer surveys, consultant reports, and other data and input just lead them to ...



Star-Telegram Startles Don Young

Jeff Prince
East Side activist Don Young has maintained a contentious relationship with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram during his long reign as the city’s most voracious cheerleader for Tandy Hills Natural Area and most recurrent critic of...