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Dull in the Heart

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Trinity Trail Tale

Rhonda Hole has been walking regularly on the Trinity Trails near her Fort Worth neighborhood and has lost 40 pounds in the past year....

SugarKKKoating It

The best thing to ever happen at 1012 N. Main St. was when the former Ku Klux Klan hall, built in 1920, was firebombed....

Escalator to Heaven

Allegheny Center was for losers. The shopping mall on the north side of the cold, gray, soul-destroying Rust-Belt city where I grew up didn’t...

The Year in Beer

The thing to remember about 2017 isn’t that more people were turned onto craft beer. It’s that more folks here and regionally began drinking...

A Good Drag

Men dressed as women performing in primetime? In downtown Fort Worth? Raising money for a good cause? A local drag show is becoming as conventional...

Take ’Em Down

WARNING: The following information may be hazardous to incurious men, women, and children with little or no serious education, who are already being treated...

Death of a Homeless Person

Friday, August 16, was much like most other days for Vanessa Faye Mayfield. Like many of our city’s homeless, she hung out at the...

Building Equality

Monday, August 20, was a big day in race relations for the city and Fort Worth school district. The Texas Education Agency released its...

Paranormal Expo

The Spooky Spectacle is like Comic-Con’s edgy, goth cousin. Instead of comic books and movies, this two-day local event formerly known as the Granbury...

Gift Locally

Sweet and Nutty For the foodie in your life, stop by Meyer & Sage’s new storefront (2621 Whitmore St., 817-386-5009), where you can snag a...