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Starting to Roll

It’s an almost comical understatement to say that local musicians can’t compete for people’s attention right now. With the myriad profound and life-altering circumstances...

Voting Reform on the Horizon?

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and its more than 100,000 U.S. casualties, voting reform has become a heated topic. In Texas, electoral politics...

Online Pride

Like many events scheduled for Pride Month, the annual Trinity Pride Fest has been postponed until later in the year. Most of the celebrations will...

Let’s Get Sober

Welcome to the Sober Buffet. First, a heads-up: This is an advice column by a writer who is really familiar with alcohol addiction and is...

A Call for Justice and Peace

Against a backdrop of several hundred protesters and signs calling for criminal justice reform, one of the protest organizers, Nysse Nelson, addressed the crowd. “Hey, listen...

Roy Pope to Return

For 77 years, Roy Pope Grocery has remained a staple in the West Byers neighborhood in Arlington Heights. The little store advertises on its...

Night & Day

Wednesday, June 10 In these tumultuous times, disenfranchised youth are more vulnerable than ever. If you’ve ever thought about being a foster parent, now would...
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Toast & Jam with Dana Deatherage

In early April, Dana Deatherage snail-mailed a copy of his album, Songwriter: Volume I, to Fort Worth Weekly. One of the songs -- “420...

Bartleby Is Dead

Though we had worked for the same company for two years, I didn’t know him very well. He kept to himself. I don’t know...

Oceanic Problem Solving

Sea turtles. I intend to save them all single-handedly myself by saying “no” to fast-food straws. This is my plan at least, after seeing...