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Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 16 - 2:20pm

Each month we will present our readers with an obscure detail shot from somewhere in Fort Worth, courtesy of photographer Brian Luenser. We will provide the clues, and you will have the opportunity to guess where the shot was taken at fwtx.com/articles/where-feb-14. The following month we will...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 9 - 12:13pm

Each month we will present our readers with an obscure detail shot from somewhere in Fort Worth, courtesy of photographer Brian Luenser. We will provide the clues, and you will have the opportunity to guess where the shot was taken. The following month, we will include the full photo as well as a...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 12 - 11:22am

President John F. Kennedy briefly addressed the crowd gathered outside the Hotel Texas in downtown Fort Worth the fateful morning of Nov. 22, 1963. Cries among the 5,000 people there echoed, “Where’s Jackie? Where’s Jackie?” The president was scheduled to speak at a...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Nov 8 - 12:10pm

CLICK HERE TO GO TO JANUARY’S WHERE IS THIS. Each month we will present our readers with an obscure detail shot from somewhere in Fort Worth, courtesy of photographer Brian Luenser. We will provide the clues, and you will have the opportunity to guess where the shot was taken at fwtx.com/...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Sep 25 - 3:20pm

People and events that shaped our city.

Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie left his mark on Fort Worth’s urban landscape when he contributed $50,000 to build the city’s first library, which opened Oct. 17, 1901. He was contacted by a group of 20 women who formed the Fort Worth Public Library Association. President Teddy Roosevelt...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Jul 25 - 9:33am

People and events that shaped our city

Nestled amongst trees and streams, mostly hidden from University Drive, lies a living museum, untouched by time. The Log Cabin Village fosters strong connections to 19th century Texas through preservation and collection of artifacts exhibited in an engaging environment that includes a water-...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2013 Jul 24 - 1:21pm

Stories from those connected to the 48 hours surrounding that moment in history.

Casa Mañana is presenting Oswald: The Actual Interrogation by Dennis Richard from Nov. 9 – Nov. 17. This compelling performance examines the history and events surrounding the 48 hours that Lee Harvey Oswald was in the custody of the Dallas Police Department after the assassination of...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Jun 28 - 11:39am

Honoring our Freedom July 26, 1955

Only a decade after World War II, these young baby-boomers revel in the levity of summer testing their architectural finesse in a sandbox. Sparky Jones and Freddy Drysdale, pictured above, enjoy Daisy Lane’s Oakhurst Triangle Park as they add the finishing touches on their Alamo sandcastle....

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Apr 29 - 12:42pm

Inaugural Trinity River Festival

Almost 25 years after swirling floodwaters devastated city streets, Fort Worth had reason to celebrate. This photograph captures the spirit of joy surrounding the inaugural Trinity River Festival, which was founded to commemorate the restoration of Trinity Park. The late philanthropist Mrs. Perry R...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Apr 1 - 2:07pm

For almost a century, Cook Children’s Medical Center has grown from the Fort Worth Free Baby Hospital to one of the largest children's hospitals in the nation with a service area that covers 47 percent of the entire state of Texas. On Jan. 29, 1929, the W. I. Cook Memorial Hospital opened...

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