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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...

Remembering Jeremy Joel

Last Friday, messages began circulating that Jeremy Alan Joel had died. The details surrounding the 37-year-old artist’s cause of death have not been made...

Normal People: Two Less Lonely People in the World

If you’ve heard one thing about Normal People, it’s that the new Irish TV miniseries has wall-to-wall sex scenes. Indeed, the second episode alone...

More Vroom for Shag

Jayson “Shag” Arrington lives in the Hill Country but loves coming back home to Fort Worth, particularly when combining business and pleasure. His visit...

Locking Down like a Pro

By the third or fourth week of government-sanctioned isolation, you probably started to get bored. Yes? Of course you did. And while Gov. Greg...

Hard Times

I am Peter Gorman. I have been writing for the Fort Worth Weekly since 2004, not long after I moved from New York City to...

The New Normal

Like many artists, Jay Wilkinson’s first reaction to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic was a feeling of uncertainty and helplessness. Painters, sculptors, and...

Indoor Neighborhood

Of the major games releasing in this time of self-isolation and quarantine, few could be as timely as Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The latest...

Learning from SARS

In 2003, my friend Dan and I explored Southeast Asia. The SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic was winding down, but, in the last...

Conducting Greatness

After returning to the States from an overseas conducting engagement in mid-March, Miguel Harth-Bedoya remembered being shocked that U.S. airports were not testing offboarding...