Executive Life & Style

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Sep 11 - 12:40pm

Brandon Burton
Brandon Burton’s first job was selling newspaper subscriptions at age 11 in his Orange County, California, hometown. Son of a single mom on food stamps, “my mom didn’t really have the financial means to take care of me,” he says. “I just realized that was a way of life...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Sep 11 - 11:59am

Gabe Williams Throwing Sneakers
Gabe Williams is no stranger to taking chances. He took a chance as an MBA student at TCU, when Elliott Hill — then-president of geographies and integrated marketplace at Nike — visited the university for his daughter’s college tour. TCU’s career office got word of his visit...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Jul 18 - 10:50am

It was like it was “destined to happen,” Johnathon Razo says of his barbershop, Local Barber of Fort Worth. His grandfather once had a barbershop downtown in the Sundance Courtyard. He opened that shop in 1987 — the year Razo was born. Years later, Razo would have his own dream...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Mar 20 - 11:42am

He’s been called a “Bearded Bae” and a “Black Dandy.” But at the end of the day, he’s just “Frank” — that is, Frank Moss, co-owner of bespoke clothier Franklin & Anthony. No, not that Frank Moss, the former Fort Worth city councilman. That...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 16 - 3:16pm

By Ryan Terry Rental-by-owner websites like Airbnb and VRBO have exploded onto the hospitality market, offering wow-worthy alternatives to the typical hotel experience. These properties in some of the country’s frequently traveled cities boast impressive luxury and an experience that...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 16 - 1:21pm

By Meg Hemmerle Business is tricky, but sometimes wine pairing and etiquette can be even trickier. The old rules of wine pairing no longer apply as strictly as they once did. According to Cadillac Wines’ sommelier Masumi Pinto, many people think that red wine is strictly meant for enjoying...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 16 - 1:21pm

By Meg Hemmerle Business is tricky, but sometimes wine pairing and etiquette can be even trickier. The old rules of wine pairing no longer apply as strictly as they once did. According to Cadillac Wines’ sommelier Masumi Pinto, many people think that red wine is strictly meant for enjoying...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Nov 16 - 1:18pm

Piattello Italian Kitchen was on Fort Worth Magazine’s list of Best New Restaurants in the November issue of the magazine. And, while a hearty fall dish of Saffron Cappelletti in a Lamb Ragu made the cover, it’s the salads that keep us going back to the bright and airy Waterside spot...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 16 - 12:16pm

By Kat Barclay Speks Magnetics Balls High-intensity magnetic balls for molding into 3D shapes. getspeks.com, $24.95 Magic Penny Magnet Kit Build works of art with a couple of magnets and coins. scientificsonline.com, $25.95 tinyTesla Musical Tesla Coil Kit A create-your-own...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 16 - 12:07pm

By Ryan Terry Fixing phones started as a hobby and high school job for TCU senior Daniel Castaneda, but the young entrepreneur has evolved his hobby into FlyFix, an innovative startup business offering on-demand tech repair services. As a former employee at a chain cell phone repair center,...

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