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Posted By Brittany Ryan on 2017 May 17 - 11:30am

When Opal Lee’s grandparents relocated from Louisiana to Texas, they did so in two covered wagons. When they finally arrived, her grandfather – “Poppa,” as she still calls him – settled down to farming. He had 160 acres to tend and no way to hire the help he needed,...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 17 - 11:12am

The first six letters in “Beat Leukemia” are “Beatle,” so it’s only fitting that The Beatles – or at least, a Beatles tribute band – perform at the Beat Leukemia Ball each year. Leukemia Texas held its 14th ball in May, supporting leukemia research and...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 17 - 11:00am

The first thing that often comes to mind when most people hear “Goodwill” is hidden treasures and steals on pre-owned clothing and furniture – all for a good cause, of course. But the organization is more than just a retailer, offering programs that help youth, veterans, and...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 May 16 - 4:39pm

Needing to maintain peak physical condition while on deployment, Navy SEAL Squadron Commander, Randy Hetrick, used parachute webbing, a jujitsu belt and creativity to develop the initial version of TRX in 1997. By 2004 Hetrick officially launched Travelfit, Inc. and began selling Travel X (the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 May 16 - 4:33pm

| by Linda Blackwell Simmons | He’s here six days a week, greeting patrons, managing the kitchen, and enjoying the customers who love his cuisine. Mike Smith, owner of Paris Coffee Shop on Fort Worth’s Southside, has been at it since 1965, when he took over duties from his father, who...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 May 16 - 4:24pm

Dedicated to retaining its classic menu offerings and loyal clientele, Mercury Chop House recently played in the game of musical restaurants happening right now in the city. With Waters taking over its former location at 301 Main St., Mercury Chop House slid into the corner spot at the base of The...

Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2017 May 16 - 4:16pm

As Cork & Pig Tavern approaches its one-year mark in the former AF&B space, Executive Chef Felipe Armenta continues to wow patrons with a stellar menu of wood-fired pizzas, pub favorites and an outstanding selection of hickory-smoked meats.

Visitors who are familiar with AF&B will recognize many design elements that have carried over into the new space, including the retro, black-and-white tiled floors, its open kitchen and the eye-catching bar area, which remains a focal point. Cork & Pig manages to look sleek but with a...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 16 - 4:00pm

“Nerds” in Fort Worth don’t look like 30-somethings hiding in their mother’s basement playing video games. They’re entrepreneurs, college professors and business managers – enjoying the things they love and boldly going where no Fort Worthian has gone before. (...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 May 16 - 3:44pm

Dream Home lights it up with fixtures that cast an “uber chic” feel

Fort Worth Magazine’s Summer 2017 Dream Home is roaring into the finish line, with just the fine details left to go in this 6,700-square-foot home in Westlake’s Granada development. The ceiling, wall, under-counter, and stair lights were provided by Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 May 16 - 3:36pm

The drywall is up, and a Hill Country contemporary springs up on a westside hill.

Our Fall 2017 Dream Home, in west Fort Worth’s gated La Cantera, is quickly taking shape on a hillside overlooking the city. Plumbing, electrical and the big array of JELD-WEN windows that help define this home’s profile are in place. Juan Solorzano of Masonry Custom Designs is putting...

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