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Toast & Jam with Loretta Burns

Hearing a church sermon about giving back to the community touched Loretta Burns' heart when she heard it almost 20 years ago. She retired...

Press One For English

Early in the spring semester of my junior year in high school, I had some trouble in Spanish. I hadn’t really been paying attention,...

Breaking the Two-Party Paradigm

Looking back, Trey Holcomb said he’s always been a Libertarian at heart. The 49-year-old public school teacher has largely voted Republican, but the election...

Cellar Dwelling

It seems like almost every day there’s a new business opening its doors on South Main Street, and I’m not complaining. There was a...

What Love’s Got to Do With it

Occasionally, I suppose, a particularly creative and ambitious songwriter might after a moment of sudden lightning-bolt inspiration sit down and decide, “I’m going to...

Wicked Butcher Behaves

Wicked Butcher, 512 Main St, FW. 817-601-4621. 5pm-10pm Mon-Thu, 5pm-11pm Fri-Sat. All major credit cards accepted. Steakhouses proliferate in downtown, but Wicked Butcher occupies a...

“Music Is Our Greatest Wealth”

Visit Fort Worth hosted a private Q&A session with T Bone Burnett before a ceremony renaming St. Louis Avenue in honor of the music...

Tennis Talk

March looms mightily in the distance. Everyone is maddening up for tournament trash-talk and bracket-building. I say everyone. That obviously excludes Jamie Dixon’s men,...

Open House

For the better part of the past decade, artist Natalie Price has sought practical solutions to basic problems that emerging artists like herself face....

Bullies on Parade

A few days ago, Sam Reynolds, a 16-year-old sophomore at Arlington High School, stood up for a bully victim and was fatally shot by...