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The Art 
of Sport

For a world-class art institution, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art sure has a sporting side. A surprising number of works depict subjects...

R.I.P., Bill Paxton

The Oscar ceremony is known, among other things, for its annual montage of film-industry professionals who died during the previous 12 months. This past...

Dadgum: A Beer’s Journey

Before I stepped foot inside The Bearded Lady a few weeks ago, I had a sneaking suspicion I’d stumbled into a Rahr & Sons...

Kicking the Can

History will tell, but after picking fights with every non-Norwegian country, Donald Trump may regret the day he went toe to toe with craft...

Beer Beef

I am not a beer expert, master brewer, or any other such related professional. I am a guy with a long and enthusiastically spent...

Younger for Mozart?

Only minutes before the start of a chamber music program at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, I chatted up a middle-aged married...

North Texas Hyperspace

Hyperlooping — the futuristic 240 mph mode of transportation — is no pipe dream. Virgin Hyperloop One, an American aerospace company partnered with Richard Branson’s...

Fort Worth Web-Slinger

About a year ago, Cameron Bennett’s dream of becoming a real-life comic-book hero came true. On his way to see the local premiere of...

Reading the Beer Bill

Beer is big business in Texas. Independent breweries in the Lone Star State accounted for $3.7 billion in economic impact in 2014, according to...

Five Dining

I spent this past weekend on a deep dive with the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival. I’ve done this sort of thing with...