Posts Tagged ‘weekly’
Within days of Fort Worth Weekly‘s cover story on skateboarders (“Pool Sharks,” Sept. 16, 2009), a reader e-mailed to say that she and several others in Arlington were lobbying to get a skateboarding park buil...
John Q. Public
To the editor: I’ve been reading the Weekly for probably 10 years. I know I can get more accurate reporting from the likes of Dan McGraw, Jeff Prince, and Betty Brink than I can from the Fort Worth daily paper. But I don...
No doubt, most of the news about journalism and news organizations these days is bad. Makes it even nicer when there’s a little good news to spread around, especially when it’s about the hard-working folks who do a lot of h...
I say “Grapevine,” you say … what exactly? Main Street, maybe? The only regularly bustling family-friendly retail strip in North Texas devoid of chain establishments? Or maybe the Gaylord Texan Resort?
Arlington’s F6 Gallery holds a one-night art show this Saturday featuring the works of 23 artists exploring the impact of art inspired by electronics, whether it’s digitally manipulated images or simply paintings of...
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Can you name the current executive chef at Reata Restaurant, probably the most well known purveyor of cowboy cuisine in Sundance Square? It’s not co-founder Grady Spears, whose tenure ended in 2000. Tim Love? Never was an...
Eastsiders say a local food processor is still stinking up their neighborhood.
When Bill Cole saw a “haz-mat” team in front of his Riverside-area auto repair shop last month, it brought back some pretty bad memories.
Tarrant’s newest lakeside park is already a monument.
When the gates open to the public on Friday, Eagle Mountain Lake Park will represent many things beyond the obvious beauty of 400 pristine acres covered with wildflowers, cedars, oaks, mesquites, cactus, rocks, walking trails, ...
Mission’s Christmas message to tenants: Move
Cards that arrive in the mail this time of year are generally filled with good cheer.
Karen Lewis’ worst crime, in the eyes of federal jailers, may have been talking to the Weekly.
It was 2:30 a.m. when a guard woke her up and told her to pack her belongings. By 5 a.m., Karen Lucchesi Lewis was in a Bureau of Prisons bus, shackled and chained, on the way from Carswell Federal Medical Center to a holding f...