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A Landslide Victory for Ann

We thought we’d never chuckle at politics again, and then Ann (The Ann Richards Play) landed at Stage West Theatre –– our sides splintered...

Second Annual Visionary Awards

Here’s a conundrum: How can Fort Worth have such an incredible array of art-related institutions and not be an “art town”? (At least not...

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...

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....

Crafting Inclusion

Brewery owners and craft beer consumers here and across the United States are overwhelmingly white and disproportionately male. The dearth of persons of color...

It Shouldn’t Have Happened

Everyone loves watching students chest-pass their way out of student debt by “throwing” footballs as fast as possible into large inflatable Dr Pepper cans...

Pass the Peas, Please

Jeremy Joel has ambitious plans for Fort Worth. As we sat chatting at a West Magnolia Avenue bar, the self-described “outsider folk artist” focused...

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....

Bricks and Brewskis

If your kids like Legos, or if you’re an adult Lego fan looking for a nostalgia fix or to sell some (I received $200...

Tiny But Mighty

Vanessa Barker co-founded The Welman Project two years ago to provide supplies to bootstrapped public schools and to cut down on waste. Along with...