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Not So Revolutionary

Grant Wood’s most famous painting features an iconic farmer, his prim daughter and a pitchfork. His most satiric painting is “Daughters of Revolution.” Three...

Unhealthy?

Trying to deal with potential $20 million-plus budget shortfalls each year for the next five, Fort Worth city financial planners found a way to...

Love to Circles

To the editor: I just got through reading “A New Curve” (Feb. 1, 2012) on the traffic circles. My wife is the one who...

Buddy, Can You Spare A Dimebag?

Eastside residents have been complaining about panhandlers for years, although little has been done to curb the problem. It's one thing to be accosted...

Motels’ Role in Trafficking

Not long after the publication of “Caught in a Trap,” Linda Blackwell Simmons’ Aug 30 cover story about sex trafficking in Tarrant County, we...

Of Bongs and BP

These days it seems like you can’t throw a rock in Aledo without hitting a proponent of free markets, laissez faire, and the notion...
Cover illustration by Jeff Drew

Eat, Drink, and Burn Bridges

Fort Worth’s most famous celebrity chef will begin spreading his brand even further this month with the television premiere of Restaurant Startup. Restaurateur Tim...

Guardianship Gulag

Few newspapers have published more stories on probate courts and guardianship cases gone wrong than yours truly. Tarrant County’s probate courts, led by Judges...

Turn on the Lights …

The voice coming from the tall man with the oft-broken nose was unmistakable to anyone who watched Monday Night Football during the 1970s: "I'm...

Signs of Discontent

A growing number of Fort Worth residents are resisting a recent city proposal to build digital signage in the Cultural District. In December, staff...