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Powder Keg at Arlington Heights High

The teacher was stunned at what she saw at this year’s Arlington Heights High School graduation — and not in a good way. “I...

Ticked Off at Ticked-Off Trannies

At a nondescript house in Arlington last summer, a showdown of cinematic proportions took place. Three women faced off against three men who’d brutally...

Unmasking the Polluters

Every few months, Edgar Mouton, 76, gets jolted out of sleep in the middle of the night by a loud horn blast. The sound...

The Pearl of Dorothy Lane

A few blocks from the Cultural District, a late-1920s siren song beckons to those attuned to bohemian frequencies. It plays from the rock-walled courtyard...

Overloading the Seesaw

When Fort Worth voters passed a bond package in 2004, it included funds for a community recreation center in North Fort Worth. Lance Griggs,...

Rebels in the Palace

What a difference an election makes.Less than an hour after Bill Greenhill and O. K. Carter were sworn in as new trustees on the...

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...