Falling on Deaf Ears

Texas Beer Wars

Timber!

Blotch Jumbo

Metro

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A History of Delay

It’s been more than three years since Heritage Plaza in downtown Fort Worth was unceremoniously fenced off from the public due to safety concerns...

Museum-Quality Trees

When the Kimbell Art Museum announced plans two years ago to build a new wing on the block-long stretch of grass and trees outside...

High-Level Worries

By the fall of 2011, if the courts or legislators don’t act to stop it, Texas could become the “nuclear waste dump for the...

Inherited Agony

Ten years ago, when he was 28, Juan Wertz, who was waiting tables at the time, began experiencing swelling in his hands and feet....

Mimi and the Man

Last July, an elderly man was sitting on his front porch on Fort Worth’s Near East Side when two pit bulls attacked him, knocking...

Street Theater

Arts Goggle is a Near Southside event held twice a year in the spring and fall, with nearly 70 venues hosting art shows and...

Prairie Fest in Peril

Fort Worth’s one-of-a-kind Prairie Fest might soon be none-of-a-kind. The city’s unique festival, approaching its sixth anniversary, is tottering on the brink of extinction...

A No-Kill Option

A couple of weeks ago, Mayor Mike Moncrief declared at a city council meeting that Fort Worth had not euthanized a single adoptable pet...

Ill Will on One Tree Hill

Mayor Pro Tem Danny Scarth and city officials are learning quickly that even thinking about plopping a huge, artist-designed Fort Worth monument alongside I-30...

Major Bummer

About 40 University of North Texas students, many of them in Halloween costume, marched across the Denton campus last week in support of the...