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Flight of Fancy

Missionary Work

Voter Fraud or Politics As Usual?

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Retro Rocket

The recording studio looks like a shantytown, with its walls made of blankets and sheets held together by bungee cords and plastic clips. It...

Music on the Edge

The artist named Vincent couldn’t have had a good Christmas Eve. His head was bandaged, he’d been in a fight that day, and the...

The Campbells: Contemporary Classics

Some folks do a good job of promoting Fort Worth by putting on tall boots and a big hat. Others do it in boardrooms...

Our Pints Runneth Over

The muffled sounds of laughter and chatter broke through the chilly, quiet air on Magnolia Avenue. In houses and condos up the side streets,...

Shale Math: Half Full or Half Empty

Her first royalty check hit the mailbox in 2008, and Becky Ferruggia was excited to see the amount –– about $8,000. Chesapeake Energy landmen...

Love in the time of Ebola

Every other time Dominic Murer had flown into Freetown, the plane had been close to full. Even though Sierra Leone is one of the...

2014 Turkey Awards

There could be drought, hail, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Plagues of locusts could alight and the sky rain frogs. The sun could rise in the...

Rising Up

Arletta Grant doesn’t remember a lot about that time in her life. “I blocked it out,” she said. But some things she can’t forget: “At...

Grappling with the Glitz Machine

Q: What do you get when you put three North Texas film veterans in a home office in Cleburne? A: Lots of talent, great ideas,...

Monitoring Truancy

Last spring at a truancy court appearance in front of Johnson County Justice of the Peace Pat Jacobs, a 17-year-old high school student who...