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Which Ox to Gore

When Green’s Not Enough

In Progress’ Wake

Ward Timber wants Region D’s natural resources protected. Courtesy Ward Timber

Flow Chart

Land Mines on the Bluff

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Getting & Spending art design winner and Art Institute student, Jonathan Ayala

Best Of Getting & Spending 2013

Customer Service Readers’ choice: Spec’s, 2750 S Hulen St,  FW Critic’s choice: Marquita Sims, Whole Foods Market, 801 E Lamar Blvd, Arl In the rare instances when...
Ward Timber wants Region D’s natural resources protected. Courtesy Ward Timber

Flow Chart

A long-running battle over a proposed reservoir in Northeast Texas that is part of Fort Worth’s future water supply may be resolved by the...

(TC)U Gotta Be Kidding

People living near TCU are receiving an education without paying tuition, learning how building permits can overpower good intentions and compromise is tougher than...

Race Redux?

How many times can a phoenix rise, for chrissakes? Fifty years ago, Race Street became a thriving business district serving East Fort Worth at the...

Shell Game

Six months after the Fort Worth City Council took control of a $50 million tax-supported crime prevention fund, local watchdogs are still growling over...

Prayers from the Mountains

Sometimes people tell Najm Saqib to go back home. But the Muslim American is home. Born in Pakistan, the 22-year-old business analyst has been...
Cannell (third from right) got her swim team involved in water safety education. Left to right: Terry Woods, Elaina Rowe, Coach Chuck Burr, Sarah Mountjoy, Roger Yates, Cannell, Julie Jackson and Michelle Brannan. Brian Hutson

Awash in an Epidemic

Last summer Pamela Cannell read about two local drownings of children in one day. Not long after that, a 4-year-old boy jumped into the...

Labor Dispute

Everyone checks out everyone else very intently at Fort Worth’s Day Labor Center. Walk into the waiting room and sign in looking for work, and...

Gavel Guardians

Residents and activists are looking on with keen interest as lawmakers in Austin are discussing new bills that could give probate judges even more...

Smokes, Beer, and Biblical Debate

It’s not a Bible study group. It’s not a church. The Bible and Beer Consortium gets together once or twice a month to discuss...