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Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Jan 17 - 9:45am

Alternatives abound in modern cities. Bike lanes shoulder up to car lanes. Farmers markets are held in fields adjacent to grocery stores. Gluten-free items belly up to bowls of pasta on menus. What once were considered alternative options are actually becoming mainstream. And, while the term...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2017 Nov 30 - 3:32pm

By Sean Chaffin It’s a tough day for Deanna Boyd, but even tougher for the family she’s interviewing. As her recorder rolls, tears well in her eyes as yet another family tells a story of murder and anguish. The longtime crime journalist is working on the case of Jose “Martin...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Nov 28 - 9:35am

On a spring evening in the mid-80s, 18-year-old Teresa Branch and her friend, Lisa, were having car trouble. Teresa’s red Pontiac Sunfire kept stalling out, causing her to pull off and park in an apartment complex lot. Because her home was only a half-mile away, Teresa decided to run back to...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Sep 19 - 5:19pm

A prince among men … that’s how one could best describe this environmental steward whose efforts are already making a visible impact on the planet during our lifetime. Dr. Michael Slattery swings unyieldingly from one ecological crusade to the next with eager TCU recruits following...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 24 - 10:12am

Near the intersection of Fabons and Rosedale streets stands the image of a time gone by — the Grand Theater, a former movie theater built in 1938. It once served as a place where African-American families could gather and watch movies during segregation. After the theater closed, a church...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Aug 24 - 9:29am

Suzie Hudgen sits in her living room bouncing her restless 5-month-old grandson in her arms as she casually scans the walls surrounding her, speaking lovingly about each piece of artwork in her collection. Suzie and husband Steve’s 15-year accumulation of more than 250 works creates a...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Aug 16 - 2:10pm

Don’t look directly at the sun without protection. Got that? Okay, now we can party. With the rare solar eclipse set to occur betwen 11:40 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. on Monday, several places around the area are hosting watch parties and activities to celebrate. Assuming you can escape work or school...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jun 22 - 10:55am

| by Sarah Jane Grisham | It’s only fitting that the concept of Coffee Mug Shaving came to life early one morning. Around 4 a.m. two summers ago, Dean Fry woke up and scribbled down ideas about how he could share his two passions with the Fort Worth community: good coffee and a good shave....

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jun 22 - 10:45am

It started with three words that an 8-year-old boy asked one day after overhearing his mother’s phone conversation: “What is cancer?” Taken aback, his mother – Gloria Starling, managing partner at The Capital Grille – realized she had not yet discussed the topic of...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 May 17 - 11:37am

Last year I started this letter by telling you, our readers, that y’all have a lot of opinions. And I’m so proud to report this year that y’all have even more than I thought – 167,957 of them to be exact. That’s how many reader votes we received this year for our...

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