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Polarizing Polar Bears

Bot Busters

Mourning Dark

A Bridge Too Far

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Stray Cats Doing Well After Rescue

The clock — that damned clock atop the LaGrave Field scoreboard — is the unwitting symbol for every disappointment the Fort Worth Cats have...

(Almost) No Room at the Inn

For six years the Dallas woman suffered physical abuse at the hands of her partner. Now he was threatening to kill her or her...

Robber Barons at the Pump

Click here to read "Robber Barons at the Pump" as it first appeared in the SF Weekly.  
Are the stars aligning for renewable energy in Texas?

Serious about Solar

North Texas, along with the rest of the country, is in the midst of yet another summer of record-breaking heat. The demand on the...

Revival in Riverside

The line to order lunch at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop on Race Street was 20 minutes long on a recent Friday. Shelby Stevens didn’t mind....

Locked In

The bold red letters –– ON STRIKE –– etched themselves into the dull grays of an overcast morning. The 20 striking employees of Lockheed Martin...

2012 Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards: 10 Years of the 817’s...

Why is local, original music such a hard sell? Don’t get me wrong: Lots of people go to local shows and buy local albums...

The Duality of Frank

Frank Mosley is always looking for what’s going on behind the eyes — the secrets that two people in a conversation might be withholding,...

Dying for Change

As he choked down handfuls of aspirin in the stall of a Fort Worth high school bathroom, 16-year-old Caleb felt precisely nothing. Beaten by bullies...

Don’t Frack With Me

For big business, a snappy, easy-to-remember slogan or catchphrase is usually a major plus: Everything goes better with Coke. Just do it. The fabric...