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Can Citizens Say No?

Coughing Between the Lines

Art by Committee

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Static

Static

The Order of the Red Suspender

"Politically Incorrect - And Damn Proud of It," reads a sign hanging in Chuck Silcox's business office on Camp Bowie Boulevard. Static, who is...

Show Me the House Fax

A house in Parker County that’s been written about twice in Fort Worth Weekly — once (“Paradise Lost,” June 18, 2008)  for having gas-drilling...

Doggies in the Window

It’s bad enough that Static wants another dog every time it hears a Sarah McLachlan song. But on Saturday, animal shelters around town are...

Like Sands Through the Hourglass

Like any good soap opera, the Joe Palazzolo saga has had its moments of high drama. Two weeks ago a Decatur judge set a...

Where Are Sheriff Waybourn’s Papers?

Local folks of color, in an ironic turnabout, are asking Tarrant County Sheriff Bill Waybourn to show them his papers. The 287(g) agreement between U.S....

Crime on West 7th

Our recent look at plans for an $8.5 million redesign on West 7th Street (“West 7th Breakdown,” Aug 22) examined the challenges of having...

Fowl Persuasion

We don’t know what was stuffed inside Sal Espino’s turkey this Thanksgiving, but something about the holiday prompted the six-term Fort Worth City Council...

As the East Side Turns …

Supporters of the independent-minded Louis McBee were heartbroken when he was narrowly defeated by the establishment-backed Danny Scarth in the District 4 city council...

Eavesdropping With Ease

A Las Vegas-based tech company recently discovered that, yes, our phone calls are possibly being monitored, and no, we don’t know who’s doing it....

That Hotel Doesn’t Make Sense

For a few more months at least, Fort Worth will offer what very few other cities on the planet can: a trifecta and a...