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A Fort Worth Treasure Returns

Twelve Down, Four to Go

We’re Not Going Home!

Bursting the Bubbles

Arts

Arts

Bubble Playoffs Are Magic

After such a long and bewildering layoff, I had become so sports starved that if someone had simply decided to trot out caffeinated gerbils...

Final Fantasy Remake

Final Fantasy VII helped revolutionize games upon its release for the original Playstation in 1997. Spanning three CDs, it told a globetrotting story full of...

Enter the Bubbles

In this flaming trash receptacle of a year, anno domini 20 and 10 times two, there’s been basically Bo Diddley squat to be excited...

Creating Hope

Juan Velazquez went to sleep on July 3 hoping that his Facebook request for help painting a mural would receive a reply. That night,...

From Pop Culture to Cop Culture

Growing up as a Black kid in Kansas City, TV writer Aaron Rahsaan Thomas had a love-hate relationship with cop TV shows. As fun...

Dark: Déjà Vu All Over Again

Netflix is pushing Dark pretty hard since airing the third and planned final season of the acclaimed German science-fiction show. If you’ve heard anything about...

Black Buildings Matter

A coalition of organizations seeking to redefine city funding and the meaning of public safety may want to look to the past for answers. A...

Exploring the Reopened Museums

Certain experiences cannot be fully appreciated online. All three of the Cultural District’s major museums have recently reopened under stringent sanitation protocols. My first...

Song of Fire

It is almost impossible knowing where to start when talking about Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga. Perhaps it’s best to first...

CrossF’d

COVID shutdowns haven’t been kind to the fitness industry. Big box gyms saw memberships freefall as out-of-work and cash-strapped citizens cut unnecessary expenditures to...