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From the Racetrack to Court — and Back

Earth Angel

Keep Holding On

Five Bedrooms, Two Baths, Nine Spirits

Our Time Has Come

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Keyboard Commandos

The photo pages are filled with shots of masked men holding large guns, some with the U.S. flag tied around their lower faces. There...

2010 Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards

In terms of sheer productivity, the past 12 months will be remembered as a pivotal moment in Fort Worth music. Everybody and their dog...

Who’s Listening at City Hall?

The Fort Worth City Council meeting on May 4 was an evening session, and council chambers were packed, mostly with residents who had come...

There’ll BePeace in Texas

Rita Marie Johnson is arguably one of the most successful peace advocates in the world. But you won’t see her marching in the street...

The U.S. Economy: Still a House of Cards

So, jobless numbers are beginning to look a little better, housing foreclosures are leveling off, financial reforms are battling their way through Congress, and...

Urban Explorers: New Thrills in Old Buildings

We stood hidden from sight in the tall grass on the outskirts of the ruin as John, our guide, stepped out to meet the...

Rethinking Guardianship

The gray-haired woman drifts in and out of reality. One moment, her mind seems sharp. “Isn’t that a perfect tree?” she says, rolling in...

Toxic drilling waste is getting spread all over Texas farmland.

When Tim and Christine Ruggiero bought their dream home on 10 acres in Decatur six years ago, they imagined their daughter riding horses and...

Healthcare Reform: The Cost of Staying Alive

Four-year-old Escher Griffin was using pillows to construct something intricate in his living room. His aunt, Kacie Nicholson, asked what he was building. “An obstacle...

Miguel-Harth Bedoya Looks to the Future

Wednesday, March 17, 10 a.m.: In the basement of Van Cliburn Hall downtown, musicians from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra are...