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Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Sep 24 - 11:30am

Designed for luxury and lust for life

| by Holland Sanders | photography by Alex Lepe | Bold patterns, rich colors and elegant design embody the Italian sense of style. From perfectly tailor-fitted suits displaying daring yet sophisticated details to automobiles designed for luxury, the Italian lust for life is always in vogue....

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2014 Sep 24 - 10:52am

Providence, R.I., is a city where New England history merges with a vibrant arts culture to create a cross-stitched landscape of small-town charm embedded within a bustling metropolis.

WaterFire is a sculpture piece and community arts event in which bonfires are installed on the city's rivers. Take in an ice-skating lesson at The Providence Rink at the Bank of America City Center, boasting more ice than Rockefeller Center, within...

Posted By gbennison on 2014 Sep 24 - 10:39am

The writing of Fort Worth author Rebecca Allard’s intense and compelling book, Reckless: A Memoir, took 17 years. Describing this book as intense is an understatement. Allard’s story is an honest and courageous telling of early childhood abuse at the hands of her father and 16 years of...

Posted By gbennison on 2014 Sep 24 - 10:26am

Betty Lynn Buckley and T Bone Burnett were both 19 years old and living in Fort Worth when they began making music together. Buckley is one of theater’s most respected and legendary leading ladies, often referred to as “The Voice of Broadway.” Burnett is renowned for his brilliant...

Posted By gbennison on 2014 Sep 24 - 10:15am

Launching a full-time art house theater in Fort Worth might be a little risky. After all, there hasn’t been a free-standing one in the city in more than two decades.

Launching an exclusively vegan restaurant in Fort Worth more than a decade ago definitely was risky. However, restaurateur Amy McNutt, 34, and her filmmaker husband James Johnston, 40, enjoy nothing more than a challenge. They don’t ask, “Why?” They ask, “Why not?”...

Posted By Nancy Farrar on 2014 Sep 24 - 9:39am

| photography by Alex Lepe |

October is National Chili Month, and I’ve got the perfect recipe for your game-day party or any cool October night. I got my chili recipe in about 1985 from my ex-husband’s boss’s wife, Debra, in Chalmette, La., where she served it for dinner. It was so good that I immediately...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Sep 23 - 5:21pm

Karsyn Ewbank loves the art therapy she experiences at Cook Children's Medical Center. Diana Gibson, art therapist at Cook Children's Medical Center, works with a patient on an art project. Six-year-old...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Aug 28 - 11:06am

In order to tell a great and timeless story like The Sound of Music, it takes vision and teamwork that most average theatergoers don’t get the chance to see.

| by Kacie Galloway | The Sound of Music is a beloved classic that has been enjoyed from generation to generation. Many people immediately think of young Julie Andrews and stern Christopher Plummer when they hear the show’s name, causing them to often come into the show with certain...

Posted By Nancy Farrar on 2014 Aug 19 - 11:38am

Hey, Mom. What’s for dinner?      Can’t you just hear that ringing in your ears? And don’t you wish you had a good answer most nights? Instead of slinging burgers into the back seat of the car or bringing home packaged foods filled with preservatives and way too...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Aug 19 - 10:24am

| by Courtney Kennebeck | photography by Alex Lepe |

Crisp, chilly days are right around the corner, and there is no better way to celebrate than hiking into the wild blue yonder with some fashion-forward friends. For many, the thought of roughing it and sharing the great outdoors with wild animals may set the heart into a panic, but that was before...

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