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Trying to Plant Roots

Following the ‘Plan’

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Privatizing the Arts?

Van Cliburn, the Kimbell Art Museum, and the Fort Worth Circle are as important to the identity of our city as the Stockyards and...

Honeypotting the Religious Right

It’s the kind of headline that grabs attention. “115 People Arrested in Tarrant County Human Trafficking Sting,” one October news story read. Several publications, including...

Racially Motivated Retaliation?

After working for more than a decade as a substitute teacher for Fort Worth public schools, Susan, a Black woman, thought committing to full-time work...

Moonlighting as a Senior Judge?

Whether presiding over civil, criminal, or family cases, judges are the only elected or appointed officials in this state who are afforded the power...

News Roundup

No Shit Texans Worried About Economy — They Get All Their “Info” from Faux News Based on a new Texas Lyceum poll, Texas voters are...

Writing Around Race

Like seemingly every other mainstream media outlet, including The New York Times and CNN, the Star-Telegram continues lurching further to the right to attract more/any subscribers,...

Expanding Territory

“We declare that Fort Worth is yours, Jesus,” Mercy Culture Church recently posted. “We declare your justice and righteousness resound in every part of...

News Roundup

DA Turns off Water District Investigation When District Attorney Sharen Wilson expressed interest in investigating the Tarrant Regional Water District last summer, Lon Burnam was cautiously optimistic....

True Colors

Just over 200,000 Tarrant County residents — 17% of registered voters — cast ballots during last week’s primaries. The partisan elections that determine which...

Twenty Years of Over-Policing

The annual release of racial profiling reports here and across the state offers a rare glimpse into the inner workings of local law enforcement....