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Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 2 - 4:35pm

Forget about familiar border town Tex-Mex, or the spa-style cuisine you enjoyed at that coastal resort. To truly understand Revolver Taco Lounge, you have to travel deep into the interior.

If a friend invited you into his home to have his mother cook you an authentic Mexican meal, would you be impatient with how long it took for her to get your dinner to the table? Well, meet your new friend, Regino Rojas, owner of the highly acclaimed Revolver Taco Lounge and wave to his mama (and a...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 19 - 11:52am

The Will Rogers Memorial Center opened its doors June 6 to locals and horse-lovers alike to view the new Equestrian Multi-Purpose Building. The building boasts top-notch features for its equine guests, including 740 horse stalls and new exercise arenas, making the facility ideal for large...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 3:17pm

GRO went forward alone for new album.

by Jennifer Retter Green River Ordinance has steadily evolved from kids playing gigs in Fort Worth to a mature band releasing its latest album Under Fire. When arrangements didn’t work out with an old label, Green River Ordinance decided to release Under Fire themselves. Guitarist Jamey...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 2:18pm

An overview of our favorite best-sellers.

by Jennifer Retter The Power of Habit Charles Duhigg $28 For Charles Duhigg, eating a cookie every day at work started to weigh down his life — literally. After the journalist gained eight pounds from his afternoon cookie-eating habit, he decided to change something. But to change his...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 1:57pm

by Tammye Nash “I’m an art nerd,” Jodie Utter admits, and a bit of science nerd, too. Luckily for her, as conservator of works on paper for Fort Worth’s Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Utter has found the perfect job for combining both her passions...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 12:34pm

If you are in hot pursuit of perfect ribs, you’ll want to take a look at insider tips and recipes from locals in the know.

by Judie Byrd If you dream of producing tender, succulent, smoked ribs in your own backyard this summer, you are in luck. Three local rib experts are sharing their recipes and tips. Secrets like which wood to use and how long to cook and an up-until-now guarded recipe for the perfect dry rub. So...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 May 30 - 12:20pm

by Brennen Anderson

Valet services will help remedy the high number of cars towed due to insufficient parking in the Seventh Street area. On Thursday, Jan. 19, the 7th Street Business Association issued an official statement on its blog to address an increasingly notorious and vexing problem: towing. There is a...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 May 30 - 12:05pm

FWTX Staff

  was a groundbreaking, but it was also a party early in May when Sundance Square began an expansion in the 35-block office, retail and entertainment district that is the brainchild of developer Ed Bass. The project includes three buildings and the reconditioning of some existing ones and...

Posted By Judie Byrd on 2012 May 15 - 2:02pm

Made with Onion, Bacon, and Cheese!

Sherry Ratliff always bakes extra Mini Yeast Rolls so she can create these yummy sandwiches for breakfast the next morning. She says they are best if the onion is sliced paper-thin and the cheese is only slightly melted. Leftover dinner rolls Thinly sliced onion Cooked bacon, crumbled...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Mar 5 - 4:52pm

by Sammy Key Five professional Fort Worth wedding experts kindly offer the inside scoop on what is currently in for weddings. What’s the one thing all the planners agree on? That the best wedding is the one personalized to the bride’s (and groom’s) desires, especially if those...

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