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Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Nov 27 - 12:05pm

Funeral Flowers
When Chena Rodriguez lost her oldest son, Xavier, at the age of 16, she was left with not only the grief of losing a child, but also the financial burdens that come along with it. Unable to afford funeral costs, Rodriguez had to keep her son in a freezer for five days before she could come up with...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Oct 16 - 12:26pm

The Trinity River
For years, Fort Worth residents, new and old, have heard tales of the Panther Island Project and the potential of having a San Antonio-type riverwalk in our own backyard. Unfortunately, it seemed the Trinity River Vision (TRV), a master plan for 88 miles of Trinity River shoreline in Fort Worth,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Oct 3 - 1:28pm

Hiatus Spa and Retreat
Hiatus Spa and Retreat has chosen Fort Worth to be the home of its sixth Texas location. Coming this spring, Hiatus will open a 5,000-square-foot day spa at 2859 Crockett St., inside the Crockett Row at West 7th development. Photo by Molly Culver By Sunday Nester Hiatus Spa and Retreat has...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Sep 6 - 1:21pm

Healthy Food
Five years ago, Fort Worth set out on an ambitious quest: to turn Cowtown into a haven for healthy living. Since then, we’ve demonstrated that better well-being really is a product of our environment. By making healthy choices easier where people live, work and play, we’ve created a...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 18 - 10:43am

About 3,700 miles stretch between the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park in Oregon to the Air Force Memorial in Virginia. Plugged into Google Maps, it’s an approximately 43-hour drive (without stops, obviously). Now imagine biking it. That’s exactly what Tom Harris and Dyar...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 18 - 10:32am

Dogs and cats are often the first animals that come to mind when people think “Humane Society,” but the organization also has a longstanding equine program, helping horses recover from abuse and neglect. On Aug. 5, the Humane Society of North Texas will host the HSNT Jamboree at Billy...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jan 3 - 9:59am

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is starting off the new year by announcing a milestone.  The museum announced Tuesday that it has received its largest endowment in history -- $20 million from the Walton Family Foundation, which the museum will receive over the next five years....

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Aug 31 - 12:09pm

Spec Ops Burritos opened a new restaurant in downtown Fort Worth, located at 500 Throckmorton St., in late July. This is the first of the many new locations in the DFW area. Spec Ops Burritos was founded by Spec Ops Vets Mark Corwin and Jeff Enrich in 2013 to support the wounded veterans and lost...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jul 31 - 10:37am

An innovative new health care procedure called the MonaLisa Touch is helping change the lives of patients who suffer from vaginal atrophy.

| by Nicole Crites | Atrophic vaginitis, mostly found in postmenopausal women, is characterized by thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal walls and can cause painful intercourse, itching, burning and painful urination. There are an estimated 64 million postmenopausal women in the United...

Posted By Hal A. Brown on 2015 Jul 29 - 11:31am

Two years ago, I was at the Davey O’Brien awards presentation and ran into Felix Lozano, an old high school friend who is a senior executive with Whitley Penn.  We made pleasantries, and he complimented Fort Worth, Texas magazine having just celebrated its 15th anniversary.  He then...

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