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Posted By Holland Sanders on 2016 Jan 20 - 5:24pm

From design to delight, The Shop at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth has a little something for everyone, thanks to one woman. She shares her process and a few of her favorite things.

| photography by Alex Lepe | Artisan handcrafted jewelry. Check. Fun and funky toys from around the world. Check. Unique home décor items sure to be a conversation starter at your next party. Fine quality garments with unexpected design details. Literature to inspire a promising artist or...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2016 Jan 20 - 5:05pm

Anyone who’s ever listened to his or her favorite band play that one great song in concert understands the raw, unbridled power of live music. There’s just something special about being in the presence of gifted musicians, experiencing their unique art first-hand and sharing those notes...

Posted By Heywood on 2016 Jan 20 - 4:14pm

Local radio star Hal Jay celebrates a milestone this month in his always colorful career.

When it comes to radio, he has the most recognizable voice in the Metroplex. Or maybe it’s the laugh. Yeah, definitely the laugh. It sounds like one of those air compressor hoses you use at the gas pump. And when he really gets tickled, you would swear that someone had just punctured a snow...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Jan 20 - 4:07pm

Local artist Jim Woodson has made a career out of painting how things are instead of what they are.

Woodson believes that everyone is born an artist. “Over time life teaches us that’s not what a responsible human is supposed to do,” he says. From the time he was a small child, Woodson knew he would be an artist.  “There was no art in Waco. I didn’t know what...

Posted By Nancy Farrar on 2016 Jan 20 - 3:53pm

| photography by Alex Lepe | There’s a singular reason at the heart of why we cook, and it’s true the world over. We cook as an expression of love for those around us. Yes, food truly does equal love. Over the course of history, certain foods have been said to elicit an aphrodisiac...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Jan 20 - 3:34pm

Getting ready for an endurance run is just as much a mental process as it is a physical process.

Here is an all-inclusive guide on revving up for the 2016 Cowtown Marathon, including local runners’ tips, pre- and post-race meal suggestions and the latest-and-greatest running gear. Personal Records Local marathon runners share tips on getting ready for the marathon and how they got the...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Dec 28 - 12:23pm

Two new public art projects arise amidst construction.

Public art stirs our imaginings and lends a sense of place, promoting civic pride and reflecting who we are as a community. Fort Worth Public Art (FWPA), a City of Fort Worth program administered by the Arts Council of Fort Worth, has enriched the visual environment for residents and visitors,...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Dec 28 - 12:13pm

Joyce Gibson Roach, still blazing trails at 80

Joyce Gibson Roach, a charming, silver-haired, fifth-generation Texan storyteller, answers most questions with a winding trail of magical stories about her beloved West Texas, horses, cowgirls and talking horned toads. Roach is a retired Texas Christian University adjunct English professor, author...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2015 Dec 28 - 12:08pm

The 9,000-square-mile region between Rochester and Syracuse in Upstate New York known as the Finger Lakes is a stunning landscape of scenic gorges, cascading waterfalls and glacial lakes. Nature enthusiasts will savor the region’s variety of state parks like Watkins Glen State Park, nature...

Posted By Nancy Farrar on 2015 Dec 28 - 11:54am

Recipes From WATERS Bonnell’s Coastal Cuisine

| photography by Alex Lepe | Once every few months I venture out of my kitchen to get a peek into the world of a professional chef. This month I went to WATERS Bonnell’s Coastal Cuisine in West 7th to see what’s cookin’ inside the modern seafood restaurant that arose from the...

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