Posts Tagged ‘people’
Even more North Texas millennials are baring it all at private parties and outdoor events.
Chris Lopez can regularly be found without any clothes. And not only in his house. One of the 29-year-old’s favorite all-nude activities is a good ol’ fashioned 5K (always on private property). He enjoys the exercise and th...
A group of locals led by Sundance Square creator Ed Bass is apparently trying to become the human embodiment of a big brassiere –– they’re trying to constrain Hooters! (Woh, woh.) A developer wants to bring the world’s ...
A horse, two pigs, two dogs, and a handful of cats come between two neighbors.
Like most hardworking 18-year-olds, Emily Price wants to move into a place of her own. She wants to stay in Fort Worth, where she works as a waitress. She would love a two-bed/two-bath house with a little bit of land. Not too l...
A legal battle over a magazines — and thousands of dollars — is playing out in Fort Worth and Nashville.
Jim Austin and wife Gloria are often seen at public and private events around town dressed in Western attire, promoting their annual Cowboys of Color Rodeo, their museum (National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum), and var...
I’m sure you’ve already heard the news, because you’re on Facebook, and you can’t live without it, and even when your phone is 20 feet away from you, you feel vibrations on your thigh near where your pocket would be, bu...
The restaurant was mostly empty on a recent weeknight as my two guests and I contemplated the unfamiliar menu. It was 8 p.m., and the place didn’t close for another hour, but we still thought about leaving the desolate dining...
Without a space to call home for now, Lauren Cross is fostering new partnerships in town.
It’s been one year since Lauren Cross said goodbye to her socially conscious art gallery space on Race Street. She knew that real estate development nearby could one day spell her departure, but the incident that led to the c...
A local do-gooder and prominent businessman are helping Fort Worth’s less fortunate find some stability.
No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, the fact that America’s middle class is shrinking is undeniable. Families, single people, college students, and every other type of working, middle-income American in betwee...
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...
A Fort Worth CEO has returned from Cuba with new ideas about caring for U.S. children.
In late September, 12 agency heads under the umbrella of the Child Welfare League of America took off to spend six days in Havana, Cuba, to learn how that country, under more than a 50-year embargo by the United States, dealt w...