Posts Tagged ‘texas’
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Town Of Cow Works Like Dog

Jeff Prince
The DFW Metroplex labor force (me in particular) works its ass off. Real estate blog Movoto analyzed cities across America to see who worked hardest, and North Texans represented themselves well. Arlington came in second, Fort ...


Viviana: “This is for every woman who could possibly find herself in this situation.” Lee Chastain

Standing with Wendy — Again

The crowds in orange shirts say they’ll be back to oppose the abortion bill again.
ANNABELLE MASSEY MALLOY
Diane Viviana couldn’t believe she was having to do this again. But there she was last Tuesday, in the Texas Senate chamber gallery, elbow to elbow with other abortion rights supporters, lending her voice and her presence to ...



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Top 10 Reasons Why People Are Moving To Texas

Jeff Prince
Those Brits think they’re so bloody intelligent. Sure, they’ve got smart sounding accents and all, but who are they to come up with a Top 10 list to explain why so many people are moving to Texas? The U.S. Census sa...


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Cooking for West

CHOW, BABY
The thoughts of many North Texans are focused on the little town of West, in the aftermath of the terrible fertilizer plant explosion on April 17. Among many locals who went down to help was one of Fort Worth’s best burger ch...



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31st Annual Tarrant County Pride Parade

Jimmy Fowler
In some respects, I’m kind of a bad gay –– I don’t like musicals, Madonna annoys me, and parades usually bore me. But don’t let my personal tastes put a damper on your fun at the 31st Annual Tarrant County Gay Pride ...


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Tarrant County Never Convicts Innocents… Except Sometimes

Andrew McLemore
Fort Worth, as many local columnists love to say, is so much better than Dallas. We’ve got bike lanes, great museums and none of that hip-hop “flavor,” as Mayor Betsy Price said in this week’s cover stor...



Texas Planned Parenthood Continues the Fight

betty.brink
Today attorneys for Texas Planned Parenthood were in federal court once again to “protect access to preventative health care including cancer screenings, birth control and annual exams” for more than 50,000 women wh...


You’ll need a knife and fork to get at Mojo’s pulled pork burrito. Bonnie Mays

Mojo’s Working

Tex-Mex and barbecue in Burleson? In one place? Yep.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Mojo’s Tex Mex Smokehouse is a pint-sized mom-and-pop place –– actually, it’s a cousin-and-cousin place. Cousins Barry and Terry Hodges own the restaurant on Wilshire Boulevard in Burleson where Bodacious Barbecue used ...



Texans Rally Against ‘War on Women’

Andrew McLemore
Thousands of women, men and children from across the state gathered at the southern steps of the Capital on Saturday to protest state laws that they say curtail basic human rights for women. Organized primarily by the group Uni...


Texas Women’s Health Care Dies Under Perry’s Scalpel

betty.brink
On Thursday, more than 130,000 Texas women faced the unthinkable. They lost access to their primary care health provider because a small cadre of Republican legislators decided that “small government” really means small eno...