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Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Jan 24 - 12:14pm

Despite getting off to a bumpy start — the commuter rail was delayed five days due to a failure to obtain full clearance from the Federal Railroad Administration (thanks to a recent government shutdown) for its 27-mile route — TEXRail has already shown it has legs for the long run....

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2019 Jan 24 - 9:42am

  Growing, burgeoning and happenin’ are all synonymous with Fort Worth’s meteoric rise as one of the Lone Star State’s best cities to reside. In fact, Cowtown is practically bursting at the seams of its distressed jeans with all the new friendly faces it’s welcoming...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Jan 10 - 11:29am

5:30 a.m. The alarm on my watch goes off, and I gear up for the day’s workout. Resistance training on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; cardio on Tuesday, Thursday and on weekends. This is also the time I use to reflect on the day’s priorities. 6:30 a.m. Breakfast on those days that don...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Jan 10 - 10:59am

By Vianei Lopez Braun Wage and hour litigation has exploded over the past 15 years. Employment lawyers caution companies to audit their pay practices. Yet, mistakes and lawsuits continue. What gives? Simply put, wage and hour compliance is not easy. The governing law, the Fair Labor Standards Act...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2019 Jan 10 - 10:41am

Growth in the oil and gas sector slowed significantly in the fourth quarter due to the sharp decline in oil prices, the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank said in its periodic Energy Survey. The business activity index — the survey’s broadest measure of conditions facing Fed Eleventh District...

Posted By Don Canada on 2019 Jan 10 - 10:15am

Regardless of party affiliation, the high cost of health care is a great concern for many Americans who have watched their health insurance premiums double since 2013. A recent study found the cost of health care for a typical American family of four, covered by an average employer-sponsored...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Dec 20 - 10:50am

Waffle and Skillets
Four A-list chefs have come together to open The Table, a market and culinary studio in the South Main area. Dena Peterson Shaskan will sell products from her Mockingbird catering company, from soups to sauces to entrees. Husband Trent Shaskan will offer freshly made bread under his biz name Icon...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Dec 18 - 12:09pm

Will Rogers Stadium
One of Fort Worth’s longest-running traditions is moving for the first time in 75 years. Come Jan. 18, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo will begin its final rodeo season at Will Rogers Coliseum before it moves to Dickies Arena in 2020. (Stock Show events, such as the horse shows and...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2018 Dec 11 - 1:04pm

Book Spines
The leather spines, weathered paper that shows signs of water damage, and soupçon of vanilla scent that tickles the nostrils make vintage books a unique addition to a home’s décor. While they pack knowledge when opened, vintage books also pack an air of sophistication when...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Dec 6 - 1:03pm

Attorney at desk
While it’s true that legal advice is best left to the pros, you also want to make sure the pro you have in your corner is up to the task. To ensure you have the best representation, we recommend starting here with Fort Worth Magazine’s 2018 Top Attorneys, our annual listing of the best...

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