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Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Jan 19 - 11:47am

North Texas is throwing away a deplorable amount of food. Why is it happening, and what can be done to prevent it?

| photography by Alex Lepe | A man stops by his Fort Worth grocery store deli counter to pick up a late dinner for his family. As the store employee puts the eighth piece of chicken in the box, she continues to add more. As he alerts her of his original order, she lets him know that they have to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Dec 23 - 12:41pm

This year’s bevy of beauties represents 10 of Fort Worth’s finest. Nearly 9,000 votes were cast online by our readers for the nominated candidates. Made up of an attorney, a pediatric neurologist, philanthropists and real estate experts, what sets these ladies apart is that their...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2015 Nov 24 - 1:45pm

The sky’s the limit. Their presence is increasingly prominent. Drones are zipping all around North Texas skies capturing images and video, so what’s the big deal? First of all, considerations need to be made regarding a balance of privacy rights of citizens and the protection of civil...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Nov 24 - 11:53am

The congregation filled every seat at University Christian Church on Oct. 6 to celebrate the life of famed attorney, Dee J. Kelly. Kelly passed away unexpectedly on Oct. 2. He was 86. One of Fort Worth’s most influential citizens, Kelly rose from modest beginnings to grow Kelly Hart &...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Nov 23 - 4:29pm

1105 Tinker Road

Whimsy, comfort, and practical living define the “comfortable modern” home of Frank and Brenda Ritz. From the magical Christmas-tree house to the magnetic doggie door to Brenda’s craft-laundry room, this home has everything. When the Ritzs built their home on land that once...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Nov 23 - 4:26pm

6106 Mustang Trail

While the Davidson family decorates extensively for the holidays, Christmas for them is all about family. The foyer of their home is dominated by a large, formal 12-foot tree decorated to complement the formal area of the home. Brandi decorates with Christmas vignettes throughout the home. A large...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Nov 23 - 4:20pm

1901 Camden Court

Although her business is not interior design, Kerri Gutowski’s friends would be more than happy if it were. Kerri and her husband, Joe, have created a “comfortably modern” home dominated by cool grey, black, and white with dramatic splashes of color. Curved archways, right angles...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Nov 23 - 4:16pm

7212 Trianon Court

Versailles and a bit of Gothic Europe have come to Colleyville in Michael and Andrea Vennemeyer’s home. Furnished in a combination of French antiques, reproductions and Impressionist-inspired art, this estate in miniature would be very much at home in the French Countryside. A huge two-story...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Nov 23 - 4:11pm

1213 Chatsworth

Inspired by the grandeur of Europe, Shellie Scott has created a home fit for royalty. From the two-story plus living room with a curved staircase rising to the second floor to the dramatic dining room with deep gold-toned crown molding and a massive chandelier, much in this grand home suggests...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Nov 23 - 3:39pm

The Christmas season allows homeowners to transform the blank canvas of a fireplace or a staircase to a masterpiece filled with holiday cheer. And, when your home is as beautiful as these Colleyville stunners, the possibilities are endless.

he Colleyville Woman’s Club kicks off the yuletide season with its 31st annual Holiday Home Tour from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 6. Five beautiful Colleyville homes will be showcased and exquisitely decorated for the holidays. There will be something for everyone on this tour as each...

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