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Going Round and Round

It starts with orange cones. And then come the backhoes. And along with them and the bulldozers, the noisy jackhammers and the single lane...

Needed: New Nudists

Brown hills, like the crimped rim of a pie, made a privacy fence around the resort as it baked in the 105-degree heat. But...

A Real Pearl

That “Haltom” sign has looked lonely for years. Sitting atop an 85-year-old brown-bricked building on East Belknap Street, the bright red marquee hasn’t changed...

Arlington Heights Flooding too Costly?

Pocket parks, retention ponds, and underground floodwater containers are just three of the solutions being utilized by Fort Worth to mitigate the problem with...

Libeling Lawyers

Jennifer Olson brought a valuable person with her to meet me at a grocery store café for this interview –– her 6-year-old son. The...

Toss ’Em If You Got ’Em

There will be happy people and unhappy people beginning March 12, 2018, when Stage Two of Fort Worth’s nonsmoking ordinance goes into effect. Passed...
Nobody’s home at LaGrave Field these days, and sports teams are looking for new quarters — or new owners for the property.

Needing a Forever Home

Few writers have resisted the temptation to make “nine lives” jokes when writing about the Fort Worth Cats in recent years. Other bad cat...

Parking Subsi-Dies

The money that subsidizes free parking in downtown garages for visitors is dwindling. And unless your last name is Bass or your parking garage...

New Vision

Change is a-coming. And it could be the swift kick in the pants that Fort Worth’s gallery scene has needed. For decades, the number of galleries...

Caught in the Middle

Late on a recent Friday afternoon, Cailin Daugherty heard the words every public-school educator dreads. “I’m thinking of killing myself,” Daugherty said the student confided...