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Sign of Hypocrisy

Christians have a credibility problem and the vandalization of banners hung along Main Street downtown to promote an educational event and campaign by Metroplex...

Apparent on its Face

New developments in a Fort Worth-based federal lawsuit might spell trouble for an administration that has allowed grant-funded agencies to use religious beliefs as...

Home or Hotel?

Some large Texas cities have relaxed their regulations on short-term rentals in recent years to appease the growing number of Airbnb hosts seeking extra...

Hemp Comes to Texas

Well, we’re finally there. Hemp, marijuana’s male counterpart, which does not make you high, was legalized nationally earlier this year. The passage of the...

Old Man with a Sign

In 2016, Gale McCray, like most Americans, was so positive the electorate would never fall for the demagogic mutterings of a former reality TV...

News Roundup

The Mountain Still Standing Six weeks had passed since Code Compliance sent an eviction notice to the inhabitants of the Mountain — a homeless encampment...

Time for a Citizen Review Board

Some people might look at the recent shooting death of 20-year-old Jaquavion Slaton by Fort Worth police and say, “Well, the kid had it...

Has Fort Worth Lost the Blues?

Fort Worth’s musical topography features a wide gamut of genres exhibited by an even greater number of performers. Country, singer-songwriter, rock, pop, punk, metal,...

Meddle for Metal?

Though decades removed from its peak in the early ’90s, the Fort Worth heavy metal scene still refuses to crawl into the proverbial pine...

The Poor People Store

It isn’t Prada or Brooks Brothers, but booth No. 501 — The Poor People Store — over at Doc’s Records and Vintage on Carroll...