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Democracy in Crisis

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The Spirit of ’61

Another summer is winding down –– number 87 for Robert Platt. Seasons come and go rather uneventfully these days. Platt retired as a college...

Art, Money, and Love

Institutional Support Is Coming? Fort Worth has plenty of great artists, but it hasn’t traditionally been a nurturing place for young talent. For every Nancy...

What Air Pollution?

By 2018, the air quality in North Texas is projected to be among the worst in the country. That’s according to a recent ozone study...

Bern-ing Love

Thanks to Citizens United and lax rules governing political action committees, we all might as well get comfy and enjoy another seven-times-70 years of...

Stockyards Shorty

Fort Worth’s growth has spurred development at the speed of the Game of Thrones theme. Natives have marveled at new shops, houses, restaurants, hotels,...

We Want Change

She was crying, lying on the steps of a police station in Mumbai. Not any older than a few days, the little girl was...

MANO y MANO

In 2012, 15 percent of Hispanic male high school students –– that’s 889,000 boys –– dropped out, according to the U.S. Department of Education....

Helping Hemphill

One of Fort Worth’s best spots to grab a late-night street taco or catch a local punk band has long been Hemphill Street. The...

Lone Star Film Society: Take 2

Talk about a dramatic plot twist –– the Lone Star Film Festival is less than four months away, and the organization that oversees the...

Fostering a New Attitude

Wayne Carson is already seeing improvements. CEO of ACH Child and Family Services, a 100-year-old Fort Worth-based nonprofit that’s recently been hired by the state...