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Atonement

Unreliable sources confirmed the pews of Waco were full on Sunday. All were attending to gain forgiveness for unknown sins which caused the Almighty...

Billy Bob’s is Crowned Chili King

More than a dozen of the area's best chili chefs arrived with pots, spoons, and hearts filled with spicy dreams. Only one walked out a...

Best Documentaries of ’19

What’s the deal with documentaries made up only of found footage? Apollo 11 and Amazing Grace have been on a great many lists of...
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Toast & Jam with Summer Lane Emerson

Summer Lane Emerson’s distinctive voice and bold songs have attracted attention ever since she settled in Fort Worth not long ago. Originally from East...

On Tap in Fort Worth: Fighting Right

In four whirlwind years, the annual fundraiser BoobieQue has galvanized large swaths of the Fort Worth community in support of patients, survivors, families, and...

On Tap in Fort Worth: Fatty Yang’s Poke Bowls

East Asian cuisine and a vibrant street food culture were an omnipresent part of Joanna Yang’s childhood. The Taiwan native and owner of the...
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Toast & Jam with Casey Donahew

Casey Donahew grew up in Burleson but “drank my first beer and cried my first tear” in Fort Worth according to his first song...

Sports Rush: Senators and Soccer

You’ve perhaps been following the demands of U.S. Women’s National Team soccer players for pay equal to their male counterparts. They just won a...

The Late Bill Paxton’s First Movie Finally Airs In His Hometown

The most famous actor to come out of Fort Worth was probably Bill Paxton. Hardly anyone from Paxton’s hometown, however, had seen his first...

Top 5 Shows: Wacky Covers Edition

1) I assume the O’s are still a thing, but the folk pop duo has split into two solo projects, John Pedigo’s Magic Pilsner...