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Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2017 Nov 30 - 2:32pm

by Linda Blackwell Simmons The day began cold, but the sun finally appeared, making that Friday morning, January 30, 2004, mild and pleasant. It was 11:15 a.m. The parking lot at the Tom Thumb grocery store at Hulen and Bellaire, just southwest of downtown Fort Worth, was active with shoppers...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 28 - 2:33pm

This year’s list contains 832 lawyers, broken down by specialty and whether they’ve been in practice for more or less than five years. Lawyers voted online at fwtx.com earlier this year. The magazine applied a minimum number of votes it took to make the list, giving bonus weight to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Oct 23 - 3:49pm

The Colleyville Woman’s Club is on to something. Its signature Holiday Home Tour has played a pivotal role in helping the 200-member club raise more than $3.6 million in its 39 years. This year marks the 33rd annual event, where the public is invited to tour homes that are decked out for the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Sep 21 - 10:03am

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Sep 18 - 11:02am

The annual Kitchens Tour allows visitors to nourish their need for culinary excitement while helping raise money for a Wish with Wings so the organization can continue its mission of granting wishes for Texas children with life-threatening medical conditions. This year’s tour takes place on...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Aug 22 - 12:26pm

It’s Friday — opening night for the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and, usually, one of the busiest days of the week for Conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya. He’s usually the first to wake up in his house, taking in the daily news while sipping a cup of espresso. Then the kids wake...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 19 - 9:11am

Damon Hickman was one of the first to see it. The package came wrapped in cellophane with the image of four menacing lizard spikes appearing to pierce through shiny cardstock. Flip open the purple tab, and the package opened to become a poster, about three feet long, revealing the ominous image of...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jun 23 - 1:54pm

About 35 minutes from Fort Worth, nestled between winding roads, stately houses and stretches of open land, a school sits on top of a hill. The campus, covering about 23 acres, is not out of place from its surroundings – the buildings are noted for their wood and stone architecture,...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jun 23 - 1:23pm

| by Samantha Calimbahin with Kacie Galloway | From atop the hill at the intersection of Heritage Trace Parkway and Interstate 35 West, the Fort Worth skyline comes into view 10 miles to the south, but turn west, and what was once a couple of small neighborhoods and horse ranches is now a sea of...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 16 - 4:00pm

“Nerds” in Fort Worth don’t look like 30-somethings hiding in their mother’s basement playing video games. They’re entrepreneurs, college professors and business managers – enjoying the things they love and boldly going where no Fort Worthian has gone before. (...

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