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Baking for Glory

A lifelong love of baking led to a spot on primetime television for Jessica Colvin. The Southlake housewife competed for a $25,000 prize on Food...

Information, Please

Not too long ago, our receptionist told me that a woman at the front desk needed to speak to a reporter. I walked that...

Spellbound

The dark, smoky room seemed fitting for a class on witchcraft spells.  I followed the address on the Facebook event page to a nondescript office...

Suspension of Disbelief

After dragging its feet for more than a year, and no doubt quietly enjoying the controversy and seemingly endless contradictory speculation by former players,...

Fittest in Fort Worth

I’m not sure if anyone in my social circle does CrossFit. If you aren’t confident you know anyone who’s been baptized into the fitness...

Bricks and Brewskis

If your kids like Legos, or if you’re an adult Lego fan looking for a nostalgia fix or to sell some (I received $200...

Trinity Pride Fest Saturday

After a couple of years of pandemic-related disruptions, Trinity Pride is back to in-person celebrations this year and on a bigger scale than ever. The...

Zero Dawn: Rise of the Machines

Late in Horizon: Zero Dawn, while I was exploring the ruins of a once futuristic but now ancient building, I suddenly thought, “This is...

Game On

Board games are evolving. A good case in point is Chronicles of Crime. It has many familiar board game elements. Players work together to...

Room to Vroom

Anyone who has ever driven on wet or icy roads, taken a corner, felt their tires lose grip, and gone into a lateral slide,...