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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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Faith the Music

The dusty cardboard boxes of CDs, cassettes, and VHS tapes runneth over with the Holy Spirit. Two years ago, Cami Bradley thought she was...

GRO at 15

On a cold, dreary January afternoon, somewhere amid a neat row of bunker-esque buildings in an industrial area near Six Flags in Arlington, a...

Marquee Buildings

Like most American cities, Fort Worth is dotted with movie theaters. Old movie theaters. One of them, the Ridglea Theater, has been restored to...

To Save the Stockyards’ Living History

Rows of dutifully preserved photographs in the Stockyards Museum are all that remain from much of Fort Worth’s early days. Several images capture the...

High on Wax

Jim is not unlike many middle-aged people in Fort Worth. He works hard and pays his taxes. He’s proud to live in the Lone...

A Leg Up for the Homeless

No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, the fact that America’s middle class is shrinking is undeniable. Families, single people, college students,...

Dog Days

Figuring out why the Fort Worth Animal Care and Control shelter is packed with hundreds of animals is as easy as driving around town....

Food Deserts

The scene looked nothing like the picturesque images plastered on billboards by the Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau. Several dozen people with IDs...

The Way They Were

White Eagle has fallen for the Daughter of Dawn. But the prettiest child of the Kiowa chief has more than one suitor. Black Wolf, despite...

The house that Leon built

The buzzing whine of a power saw and acrid smell of sawdust fill the back part of the century-old building on the Near Southside....