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Annexing Trouble

Cindy Owens remembers the night in chilling detail. Her daughter had been struck by a car. She’d called an ambulance and waited 45 minutes...

He Said, We Said

Mudslinging in the Texas Senate race between incumbent Wendy Davis and challenger Mark Shelton has splattered on little ol’ Fort Worth Weekly. Shelton pounced on...

Into the Artes

Adam Adolfo just wanted to play one of Willy Loman’s sons. A Corpus Christi high school student and already a theater geek, he auditioned...

Cheering TCU’s Ballpark Brew

Don’t drink it. Love Texas Christian University baseball but *makes sign of the cross* hate the thought of beer at Lupton Stadium? Just keep your...

Project Censored 2

Twenty years ago, the founder of Project Censored, a news media research project, looked back on its first 20 years. “The primary purpose of Project...

Scopes Revisited

I've been listening to the congressional hearings for Supreme Court chief justice nominee John Roberts, and the process fills me with dread. Two down,...

He Doth Froth Too Much

I almost was afraid to write this column. I'm mentioning the name of one of the most popular opinion show hosts in the United...
Huckabee: “They could probably make it a little easier for stupid people to understand.” Courtesy Rachel Pilcher

Peddling Pedaling

The nonprofit Fort Worth Bike Sharing turns a year old this month, but some people just haven’t figured out what it’s all about yet. The...

Small Help for Small Wind

  The idea of harnessing wind energy conjures up, in many people's minds, visions of sweeping West Texas plains filled with massive windmills perpetually spinning...

Final Farewell

The recent memorial service for longtime Fort Worth Weekly writer Betty Brink was impassioned, irreverent, and entertaining, just like the woman herself. Family members...