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Polarizing Polar Bears

Arlington’s Folly

Fast Track to Nowhere

Love Letters: H-O-O-T-E-R-S

Joe Palazzolo: Still Kickin’

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Looking for a Lifeline

I thought about it, yes. I even went so far as to twist together a crude noose out of some rope from the cellar...

Toss ’Em If You Got ’Em

There will be happy people and unhappy people beginning March 12, 2018, when Stage Two of Fort Worth’s nonsmoking ordinance goes into effect. Passed...

Letters to the Editor

New Directions Home? I appreciate “Finding a Direction,” the Weekly’s November 29 cover story highlighting the status of Fort Worth’s Directions Home plan. As part...

Whence Red-Light Cameras if Wright Replaces Barton?

Who would have thought Joe Barton getting all spanky-monkey on the internet would come back to bite us in the ass? We reported earlier...

Portraits With Strangers

On a quiet Friday morning at the Mud House Cafe on Cherokee Street in St. Louis, I stared outside at streets still wet from...

287(g): County Posturing?

Around 45 people gathered in a classroom at Texas Wesleyan University’s Martin Hall recently to talk about 287(g). The first order of business: What is...

Welcome to Holidays 2017

Welcome to our Holidays Issue! And I mean that with all sincerity. I love Christmas. Christmas is awesome. Hanukkah? Kwanzaa? Don’t know anything about...

Holiday Blues and Reds

Staying the night in a cold, dirty concrete room isn’t the way anyone wants to spend Christmas, but that’s just what I did six...

Old-School Holidays

The celebration of Hanukkah (or Chanukah, or Hanukah if you prefer) is totally old-school. Hanukkah predates the Christmas story, but the celebrations aren’t in...

More Presents

For as long as I can remember, which is more than 60 years, I’ve been both excited and disappointed when Christmas rolls around. As...