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A Painful Dilemma

What Media Bias?

Signs of Discontent

Hopeless to Hopeful

Suing Big Pharma

Metro

Metro

Journalism 101

Hiring former Fort Worth Weekly staff writer Dan Malone in 2006 was a smart move by Tarleton State University officials. They wanted to better...

House of Cards

Fort Worth has a “thriving” poker community — both in bars on Texas Hold ’em nights and underground — and Texas Card House, a...

Roundabout Rehab

Last Thursday was gorgeous. Sunny. Dry. Slight breeze. Seemed like a perfect day for, say, working outside on a construction project.  “I don’t see a...

#runtheprint

A couple of months have passed since an ABC docu-series devoted four one-hour episodes in prime time to the case of Darlie Routier, the...

Offering a Clean Slate

For the past 18 months, Frank Crist has been cleaning litter with a small crew around the city, most recently at Echo Lake in...

Adjunctivitis

August is when tens of thousands of Fort Worth’s adults enroll in courses at two- and four-year colleges, as well as folks who are...

Needs More Green

Like many 84-year-olds, the Botanic Garden is struggling in creaky fashion to survive on a fixed income that hasn’t kept up with inflation. The...

National Ranting Association

The first thing that jumps out at me is the bright red “FINAL NOTICE” on the envelope. Wondering which bill I forgot to pay,...

Searching for Heroes

Four years since forming the grassroots group Comunidad 27, Northside resident Arnoldo Hurtado believes the crime that had long plagued his neighborhood — gun...

Deflection

The federal government didn’t discriminate against a same-sex married couple. Instead, the feds only funded the bigotry that blocked Fatma Marouf and Bryn Esplin...