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In Whose Best Interest?

The courtroom door swings open and a well-dressed woman who’s approaching 90 pokes her head inside and glances around. She smiles at a stranger...

What “Free” Parking?

When downtown Fort Worth was in the doldrums back in the late '80s, the Sundance Square real estate development group - led by billionaire...

Together They Win

When Fort Worth Weekly's Best of 2008 issue came out on Sept. 28, I was surprised to find that the Brentwood-Oak Hills Neighborhood Association,...
Art Institute's cover design winner Robert George, Jr.

Welcome to Best Of 2014

This, our Best Of 2014 issue, is like a telethon for a good cause, except that you don’t have to listen to people in...

A Ban on Hypocrisy

Not long after the shooting in Newtown, Conn., I got into a little argument with a good friend about gun control. I lean liberal,...

Hearing? What Hearing?

Monday night's hearing before the city's gas drilling task force turned out more than 100 people, and turned the flame even higher on all...

Weekly Editor Departs

Pardon me while I catch my breath. I’ve never been let go from a job before. I suppose it’s something just to be able to...

Tilting at Texas Windmills

The cliché “hope springs eternal” has to apply to Paul Sadler, the Democratic nominee to replace Republican U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, who isn’t...

Pinched by the Principal

As controversy continued to build this week over the actions of Dunbar High School’s Doug Williams in pinching and photographing male students, some local...

Buy This Space

Cowtown boasts what purports to be "the city's magazine" - a publication called Fort Worth, Texas. But rather than reflecting the soul of the...