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Bells Will Be Ringing

Baseball is back

Where Dogs Go before They Go to Heaven

Globe Life Field

Criminalizing Poverty or Ensuring Justice?

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The Leaders

Three months ago, before the arrival of COVID-19 and the latest wave of demonstrations against police brutality and in support of Black lives —...

Utopia No More

The fire had been burning continuously for the last three days, ever since the eviction order had come down. What had started simply as...

Voting Reform on the Horizon?

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and its more than 100,000 U.S. casualties, voting reform has become a heated topic. In Texas, electoral politics...

A Call for Justice and Peace

Against a backdrop of several hundred protesters and signs calling for criminal justice reform, one of the protest organizers, Nysse Nelson, addressed the crowd. “Hey, listen...

Fired Up

A truth. Police violence impacts African-Americans more than any other demographic. To answer why, look only to the suffering that African-Americans endured during two...

Returning to Stop Six

“Stop Six will take you fast,” Derrick says as he slots a key into the front door of the one-bedroom apartment where he stays....

Building Fort Worth’s Post-COVID-19 Future

Jason Suder was in a celebratory mood when I sat down to talk with him about his upcoming music venue. I was a little...

Is Privacy Dead?

Sure, you lock your home, and you probably don’t share your deepest secrets with random strangers. And if someone knocked on your door and...

Local Bars Ready to Roll

With restaurants, retail stores, malls, and movie theaters reopening at 25% capacity as of last Friday, remaining businesses have been left waiting for Phase...

Streams and Valleys

Way back in 2020 B.C. –– Before Coronavirus –– working musicians weren’t prone to livestreaming performances. Live shows in packed clubs were their livelihood....