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Star-Telegram Says Adios To Printing Plant, 275 Employees

Amon Carter Sr. loved him some Fort Worth. The wealthy benefactor, namesake of a museum, and late founder of the  Fort Worth Star-Telegram supposedly carried...

Mountain Time Zone, Here We Come!

I may have to join the Tea Party over this. Gadling.com is reporting that President Obama is abolishing the Central Time Zone effective November...

Arts Goggle is Seeking Artists

Since 2003, Arts Goggle has been one of the city's premier showcases for local artists and musicians. Twice a year, Mad-Nolia Avenue and surrounding...

Cleburne Passes Smoking Ordinance

Well, there was hand-wringing, jubilation, and a lot of cigarettes lit after Cleburne passed a smoking ordinance last week. The ordinance makes it clear...

Don’t Mess With Texas Spielbergs

A friend of mine has a teen-aged son who makes funny videos about being abducted by aliens. One day he’ll probably be making movies...

Fort Worth Police and Fire Department Officials Announce Investigation into Thursday...

Late yesterday afternoon, Mayor Betsy Price joined Police Chief Neil Noakes, Fire Chief Jim Davis, and other officials to describe the status of dozens...

Pulitzer Prize Goes To Smarty Pants

Congratulations to The Dallas Mornings News writers Tod Robberson, William McKenzie, and Colleen McCain Nelson for winning a Pulitzer for editorial writing. Colleen and...

Chance To Say Goodbye To Hicks, Hello To Gray

The Fort Worth City Council's only African-American woman, Kathleen Hicks, will say goodbye and relinquish her seat at Tuesday night's meeting. In 2005, Hicks became...

Cat Cafe Coming to Richland Hills

The Casual Cat Cafe, opening mid-July in Richland Hills, will have all the trappings of a typical coffee shop (hot java, bottled drinks, cookies)...

JJ & The Rogues Representin’ The Fort

One of my favorite Fort Worth bands of all time, one that I wish would churn out more CDs and play more shows, JJ...