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Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Mar 20 - 10:14am

Tim Fleet has been building homes and developing property for years. And you’ll find him across the region, from Decatur to Ennis and Fort Worth interior city neighborhoods like Como, Morningside and the North Side. Why the interior city? “We could make more money elsewhere, but we...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Mar 20 - 9:53am

Jennifer Neil Farmer and Robb Farmer, who run a Fort Worth design-build firm that does projects internationally, were looking for a historic property to buy when they ran across a listing for an old mortuary. “It had been on the market, it was repped by a company in Dallas, and people were...

Posted By Shilo Urban on 2018 Jan 17 - 2:39pm

Fredericksburg Herb Farm Fredericksburg, Texas Vibe: Organic Spa & Garden Hideaway Wander through gardens of lavender, rosemary, and basil. Bliss out with a thyme massage and cherry facial. Wake up to an almond waffle with whipped cream and a flight of mimosas. Welcome to...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Jan 17 - 10:22am

by FWTX Staff Our annual Culinary Awards have undergone a change. They’ve been whipped, blended, shaken, stirred and transformed into The Foodie Awards. Gone are categories and titles. Instead, there are just dishes. The best dishes, that is, in the city. The best appetizers, entrees,...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Jan 17 - 9:45am

Alternatives abound in modern cities. Bike lanes shoulder up to car lanes. Farmers markets are held in fields adjacent to grocery stores. Gluten-free items belly up to bowls of pasta on menus. What once were considered alternative options are actually becoming mainstream. And, while the term...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2017 Nov 30 - 3:32pm

By Sean Chaffin It’s a tough day for Deanna Boyd, but even tougher for the family she’s interviewing. As her recorder rolls, tears well in her eyes as yet another family tells a story of murder and anguish. The longtime crime journalist is working on the case of Jose “Martin...

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...

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