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Bot Busters

Mourning Dark

A Bridge Too Far

Portraits With Strangers

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Madness in Muenster

Margaret Medders’ final departure from the tiny North Texas town of Muenster on an unseasonably warm day last January was a far cry from...

Fort Rock

In the late ’00s, an independent label based in New York City, Norton Records, put out a three-volume set of songs from Fort Worth’s...

A Valuable Crop

The Johnson County Jail in Cleburne, at the end of a short country road off the town’s main street, is a complex of imposing...

Price Line

Most of the Fort Worth residents who gathered outside the city council chambers felt so overwhelmed they asked for a moment to collect their...

Death by Indifference

The last time Melissa Ross saw her daughter, Loukeithia “Kikki” Felts, she could barely breathe. “She was in a wheelchair, trying to breathe in...

Your Land is My Land …

When someone from the TransCanada company asked the Crawford family in 2008 about an easement to lay pipeline across their farm on the Texas...

Tag Teams

Standing behind a table littered with paint cans on a small Near Southside grassy area, Alison Letnes, a city parks staffer who oversees Fort...

Directing a Horror

John Storm was introduced to Fort Worth Weekly readers several years ago when film writer Kristian Lin described the new leadership at the Lone...

Second Annual Visionary Awards

Here’s a conundrum: How can Fort Worth have such an incredible array of art-related institutions and not be an “art town”? (At least not...

War on Women

In 1980, Dwinna Barker was a divorced mother in Amarillo who had just lost one of her two young children to Reyes syndrome. She...