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Ears Wide Open

The slight, unassuming woman, dressed all in black and seated at a table behind a laptop computer, coaxed wisps of feedback from an electric...

Toll-Track Mindset

Terri Hall, founder and director of Texans Uniting for Reform and Freedom, just keeps on working to stop toll roads. The issue she's hot...

Falling Star

When Gary Hardee got laid off by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram last June - a day reporters and editors still refer to as "Black...

Not for Fun and Games

I took on one of the toughest assignments of my career last year when I picked up the phone and learned from a reporter...

Seven Suitors

Seven candidates want the Fort Worth City Council seat left vacant by veteran Chuck Silcox's death, but none have nabbed the two endorsements that...

Better Care for Prisoners

JPS is moving to lessen congestion and build a new facility for treating inmates. John Peter Smith hospital planners, faced with potentially life-threatening conditions in...

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: I have hope that Fort Worth will at some time decide to go green ("Cowtown's Growing Green," March 11, 2009). I...

Senior Specials

PBS needs to roll back the age appeal of its programming. In 1970, radio and television comedian Red Skelton was taken off the air by...

Soul Chain

The little business located at the intersection of two huge freeways was packed. It was Saturday night, and AJ's Chicken & Waffles, open since...

Touchy Subjects

Fresh perspective: It's one of the best things about diversity. Elect women to public office, and all of a sudden funding for daycare and...