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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...

Fireside Chat: Beto O’Rourke and Ethan Hawke

I met Beto O’Rourke after hearing him speak at a fundraising event for Texans in Manhattan. The room was hypnotized. Everyone had been instantly...

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...

West 7th Breakdown

The planned $8.5 million redesign of West 7th Street between the decorative bridge and the Cultural District is splitting opinions among city leaders, business...

Gentrification and its Adorable Violence

On West Magnolia Avenue on the Near Southside, a new sign outside of Melt Ice Creams reads, “Thumbs down for panhandling, thumbs up for...

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...

Help! Am I a Journalist or a Liberal Shill?

One month. That was about how long I toyed around with Twitter in the mid-aughts before I realized I’m not a celebrity with 100K...

Nowhere to Flee

Fighting back against an abusive boyfriend landed Maria Molina in Tarrant County Jail with a one-way ticket back to violence-ridden El Salvador.  Jessica Ramirez, member...

National Journalism Award Winners

In the Weekly’s 24 years of existence, we’ve never had a better showing. Announced last week in San Diego, site of the annual convention of...

Paz’s Preemptive Strike

Ashley Paz recently made history by possibly becoming the first elected official in the universe to initiate an investigation of herself. The Texas Education...