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Take Back Texas: Rally and Chill?

Cruisin’ Fort Worth

Treated “Like Animals”

Humanizing Life Behind Bars

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Creating Safe Spaces

With COVID-19 cases steadily on the decline, the Crystal Methyd PRIDE Celebration at the Urban Cowboy Saloon on the East Side last month promised...

Protecting the Right to Publish

Just hours after the Weekly published a leaked email online, staff videographer Wyatt Newquist left a voicemail on my cellphone. “Two police officers stopped by asking...

Juneteenth Jubilation

The dense crowd of Juneteenth celebrants seemed to disappear over the horizon. Carrying placards that read “Opal’s Walk 2 DC” and “Let’s Celebrate Freedom,”...

O. Deletron’s Lost Limb

0. Deletron loves bits. Our band loves bits nearly as much as we love making music. We feel that it’s fairly natural to supplement...

12 Mighty Orphans

In Twelve Mighty Orphans, author Jim Dent writes of football coach Harvey “Rusty” Russell arriving at the Fort Worth Masonic Home for Orphans in...

Shining a Light on TAD

Letters from the Tarrant Appraisal District (TAD) are met with dread these days. With property values on the rise — local home values have...

Welcome to the Summer Issue 2021

From the best places to enjoy a staycation to where all the marquee local/regional/national musicians are playing, our annual Summer Issue will make sure...

“Election Integrity” or Voter Intimidation?

During a March webinar, Bill Ely pulled up a map of Harris County while presenting the local Republican Party’s ambitious plan for the 2022...

Curating the Art of Noise

When thinking of towns with reputations as epicenters for wild, experimental, and fiercely underground artistic movements, it’s likely the usual suspects cross your mind....

Election Recap 2021

With five strong mayoral candidates that included two city councilmembers, a runoff election for Fort Worth’s top office was always likely if not inevitable....