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Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Nov 28 - 9:35am

On a spring evening in the mid-80s, 18-year-old Teresa Branch and her friend, Lisa, were having car trouble. Teresa’s red Pontiac Sunfire kept stalling out, causing her to pull off and park in an apartment complex lot. Because her home was only a half-mile away, Teresa decided to run back to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Oct 19 - 5:23pm

Twenty-nine. That’s the number of muscles in your neck that help you swallow, and if they don’t work in perfect synchrony, in less than two seconds, you could end up with liquid or food in your lungs. Coughing that up can become more than just an uncomfortable feeling — lungs...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2017 Oct 19 - 4:58pm

by Malcolm Mayhew, @foodfortworth Just the other day, I received a seemingly simple question on Facebook. "Hey, where should I take my wife for our anniversary? I'd like to try a new place." As a longtime restaurant reporter and reviewer, people have come to rely...

Posted By Shilo Urban on 2017 Aug 21 - 4:10pm

Fall Gallery Night: Sat., Sept. 9 Noon-9 p.m. (at most venues) The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association launched Gallery Night in 1978, and it has since grown to be a popular, much-anticipated biannual event held in the spring and fall. The free event allows art lovers, novices and experts to...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Jan 3 - 2:30pm

| photography by Alex Lepe and Joseph Lacerte | Once upon a time, two meals met, fell in love and birthed a weekend experience designed for those who cherish sleeping in, day drinking and gorging on fatty foods. My theory is that this union occurred out of a desire for something better than grab-...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jan 3 - 11:40am

Fort Worth farmers are starting a movement

The PolyWes Garden
The sun didn’t bear down too heavily over the community garden just outside William James Middle School – perfect weather for a stroll through the garden grounds. Founder and garden manager Kimberly McLean, clad in denim overalls with her curly brown hair tied up in a headband...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Nov 15 - 5:02pm

The Tarrant Appraisal District continues to struggle through a new $2 million software system and criticism over leadership, but Chief Appraiser Jeff Law has powerful allies.

Story and photography by Yamil Berard At the Sept. 16 meeting of the board of directors of the Tarrant Appraisal District, a proud chief appraiser began the 9 a.m. discussion by notifying his bosses that his office had won a big award. TAD Chief Appraiser Jeffery D. Law compared the award to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Jul 14 - 3:08pm

By Yamil Berard Tarrant Appraisal District, under fire for snafus in this year’s property appraisals, faces a long summer of protests. Mike Farah, a real estate attorney in Arlington, is expecting to deliver some bad news to tenants who live in the more than 300 rental properties he owns...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Feb 18 - 11:37am

By: Zack Z. Smith Ex-Frog football players build debt-free, fast-growing land services firm. A football game begins with a coin flip to determine which team kicks off and which receives the ball. Fort Worth-based Purple Land Management L.L.C., an oil and gas land services firm launched by two...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Aug 27 - 11:47am

Tips from local wealth management specialists for avoiding the pitfalls

| by Brianna Kessler | Ready for retirement? The truth is most people aren’t. Even after years of working, saving and planning, the time for retirement is never easy. The majority of Americans plan to work past the age of 65 or do not plan to retire at all, said Catherine Collinson,...

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