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Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 May 27 - 12:35pm

ARTIST Travis Stewart Travis Stewart grew up in Clovis, Calif., and while he showed early art talent, he put that aside for his love of training horses. But in 2010, while recovering from an injury that prevented him from riding, he began to draw again. He...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 May 27 - 10:48am

ANNUAL FESTIVAL Mayfest You know Mayfest as an outstanding family event with rides and attractions and food booths. But you may not know that it was founded 40 years ago as the Trinity River Festival to celebrate the restoration of the lovely river from the...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 May 23 - 1:07pm

BRUNCH SPOT Max’s Wine Dive Lots of votes for this relatively new place in town and lots of reasons for those votes on the menu. But we also like the fact that there are a number of gluten-free options — including the BAD ASS...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 May 23 - 12:38pm

Life is abundant on this side of the Metroplex … and the people best able to judge the best place for just about anything are the readers of Fort Worth, Texas magazine.

Each year we ask you to tell us what you think are the best places to shop, play, drink and eat in a variety of categories.      This year, we received more than 4,000 votes across all the categories. We added those votes up, surveyed them as a staff and maybe added some of our own...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Apr 25 - 3:20pm

Local breweries, distilleries and wineries have found Fort Worth to be a spirited and thirsty crowd. Discerning drinkers have become fiercely loyal to the growing list of local favorites.

Rahr & Sons Brewery Lakewood Brewing Co. Grapevine Craft Brewery...

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 Celestina Blok on 2014 Feb 20 - 11:46am

Restaurants in Fort Worth

The failure rate for restaurants is 60 percent within the first three years. It’s a wonder how any make it to a decade, or in the case of our city’s oldest establishments, to 80 and beyond. While the clamor over each flashy new eatery is near deafening, let’s not forget about our...

Posted By Celestina Blok on 2014 Jan 22 - 9:41am

Bonnell believes that a chef should utilize local farmers and ranchers for the freshest products possible. This is evident in his restaurants with menu items that change seasonally...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 26 - 5:31pm

Cattle ranches and ranchers dominate the public’s idea of Texas in literature, movies and imaginations.

It requires strong, smart men and women who make it happen day-in-day-out, year-end-year-out, generation after generation. It is their business, make no mistake, but it also is their life. We offer you a brief but beautiful tour of five famous ranches in West Texas and close to Fort Worth....

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Nov 27 - 11:26am

The Bearded Lady 1229 7th St. Fort Worth, Texas 76104 817.349.9832 Beardedladyfw.com Aside from the craft brew selection, beer batter is the star here, as it coats everything from green tomatoes and okra to cactus strips and beer brats. A gradually growing...

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