Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Apr 25 - 12:28pm
While the history of the clubs in this town is important, it’s the significant members of those clubs that are interwoven in the fabric of the city.
by Jennifer Casseday-Blair and Paul K. Harral
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Back in the 19th century, we were a nation of joiners. A man was largely defined by what fraternal organizations he belonged to,” says local historian Rick Selcer. “Every organization of any importance was...
Posted By Sonya Cisneros Curry on 2013 Apr 25 - 11:52am
Join the pack that’s racing to check out Coyote Drive-In.
Locals are nostalgic for the days when they used to put the kids in pajamas, climb in the car and go watch a Hollywood film under the summer night sky. While the concept is an old one, Brady Wood, the driving force behind Coyote Drive-In, promises a modern twist on the classic drive-in with...
Posted By Pharral on 2013 Apr 25 - 11:13am
The 2013 Fort Worth, Texas magazine Dream Home project unites a number of businesses with the overarching goal of giving back to the community that supports them.
Many vendors return year after year to participate in the construction and design of a Fort Worth, Texas Dream Home. While the project offers an ideal opportunity to showcase individual talent and superior products, it’s also a way for businesses to aid a local nonprofit organization....
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Apr 25 - 10:52am
This year’s Best Of party benefits Score a Goal in the Classroom, a local organization that works to motivate students to raise their grades and improve attendance in school.
by Celestina Blok
For Ernie Horn, what started as a volunteer gig to help out a friend 15 years ago turned into a...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Apr 1 - 11:25am
The Most Important American General You’ve Never Heard Of
In the mid-19th century, Gen. William Jenkins Worth was one of the most famous men in America. Right up there with Winfield Scott, he was credited with the victory over Mexico in the recent war (1846 - 48), but, unlike Scott, whose stock dropped precipitously after the war as a result of his...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Apr 1 - 10:54am
Building in a French Eclectic style in a post-World War I Fort Worth neighborhood
The Fort Worth, Texas Dream Home returns to one of the city’s older neighborhoods in 2013 as the second in-fill project in the town’s near Westside.
The home will be built on a now-vacant lot at 4010 W. 4th St. in the picturesque Monticello Addition near River Crest Country Club...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Mar 29 - 4:13pm
Hospital and surgical center safety scores are based on preventable medical errors, injuries, accidents, infections and other complications. Many local hospitals and surgical centers score highly, but some still have a way to go to reliably deliver safe health care. To compile this information, we...
Posted By Alison Rich on 2013 Mar 25 - 11:00am
Merciless and unrelenting, Alzheimer’s disease greedily robs millions of their reminiscences and, eventually, of their lives. But despite their tangled brains and fading bodies, there’s still a person left inside.
Of all the incessant requests, it’s the ceaseless pleas for sugar-free cough drops that are especially unnerving.
“She’ll eat a whole package of 50 in two days,” said Sally Miller. The “she” Miller is referring to is her 77-year-old mother, Joyce. Formerly...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 28 - 2:58pm
In February, Southside residents welcomed Ryan's Fine Grocer and Delicatessen, the brainchild of sister-brother duo Brittany and Hunter Ryan.
You could say Ryan’s Fine Grocer and Delicatessen was always in the stars for Brittany and Hunter. They grew up in Fort Worth and come from a family that greatly values good food. It started back in the 1800s when their great-great-grandparents transformed a general store into the White Swan...
Posted By Sonya Cisneros Curry on 2013 Feb 27 - 1:02pm
by Sonya Cisneros Curry
Kristen Camareno, executive director of Fort Worth Bike Sharing, is bringing cycling to the streets of Fort Worth in an entirely new way.
In second grade, Kristen Camareno was the kid who got dropped off at school in a bike...