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Posted By james.verheyen on 2014 Mar 21 - 11:04am

Since 1935, Joe T. Garcia’s has served Fort Worthians its signature Mexican food and margaritas. The tradition lives on today. This video is part of a four part series celebrating the historical gems in Fort Worth that have been feeding us for generations.

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 19 - 3:56pm

A local look at panhandlers: Who are they and why are they there?

Kenneth (above) has been homeless for more than six years and panhandling for the last few of those. He now lives in an overgrown trash-ridden alley and makes $30 on a good day of panhandling. Weder (below...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2014 Mar 19 - 2:45pm

As robots play an increasing role in modern medicine, the current and future generations of doctors have to get wired in.

The Zeno robot can initiate certain behaviors such as: look at me, follow me, imitate my facial gestures, imitate my head-eye motion, hand extension and grasping, hand waving, verbal dialogue, emotion recognition and head, face and hand coordination...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Mar 19 - 12:03pm

The Modern Home being built in Mira Vista will have state-of-the-art automated systems, a commercial-grade roof and lots of glass window walls.

Joe Regon, owner of Bezcon General Contractor, has been in the construction business for 25 years and a principal owner for 19 years. He began by working in his father’s cabinet shop when he was young. When Brian Hugghins is finished with Villa...

Posted By james.verheyen on 2014 Mar 13 - 11:31am

Montgomery St. Cafe is a Fort Worth favorite since 1949. This video is part of a four part series celebrating the historical gems in Fort Worth that have been feeding us for generations.

Posted By james.verheyen on 2014 Mar 4 - 1:11pm

Warm, sunny days are arriving, so it's just the time for a backyard tea party! Take a look behind the scenes of the photo shoot for the March issue of the magazine.

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2014 Feb 25 - 3:57pm

Over the last quarter of a century, Tom Holt’s velvet voice and love of people and horses have led him to become one of the most recognizable and loved announcers in the cutting horse industry. Holt will drive his RV 22,000 miles to 20-plus National Cutting Horse Association events...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2014 Feb 25 - 3:05pm

Aledo author to present new book at Gladney’s 50th Blossoms in the Dust Luncheon on March 27.

In 1941, Greer Garson earned an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of Fort Worth’s Edna Gladney in Blossoms in the Dust. All eyes turned toward the small yet mighty Gladney and her fight for children’s rights and adoption reform. Born in 1886, Edna Gladney was labeled as “...

Posted By Alison Rich on 2014 Feb 19 - 12:16pm

Fort Worth is a city rich with talent in the culinary arts. It’s time for the world to get a taste! The four-day festival honors the distinctive and diverse nature of Fort Worth’s culinary and beverage scene.

Set for March 27-30, 2014, the first annual Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival will infuse historic venues and homegrown flavor with celebrated local chefs, culinary professionals and winemakers into one taste-filled weekend.     The Festival focuses on three core factors: to promote...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Feb 18 - 11:46am

Did you know the Japanese bombed Texas in 1945? I didn’t either.

Texas Obscurities by E.R. Bills is exactly what it sounds like—a concatenation of obscure, well-researched but short nonfiction newspaper stories he wrote dating back to 780 AD when the sophisticated Hasinai Caddo Indian culture thrived in East Texas until the Spanish arrived in the 1600s....

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