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Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 23 - 1:23pm

Burgundy Pasture Beef has been producing a full selection of 100 percent, grass-fed and pasture-raised beef in Grandview since 1999. Jon and Wendy Taggart promise to never use growth hormones, and they strive toward a sustainable environment for their cattle, in keeping with the French tradition...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 23 - 1:10pm

The burgeoning Southside now has a convenient new place to work out. Anytime Fitness opens this month at 1714 8th Ave., offering 24-hour access and affordable memberships. Anytime Fitness is the world’s largest and fastest growing 24-hour co-ed fitness franchise. Members have the luxury of...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 23 - 1:08pm

It’s no surprise that the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, was recently honored as “Texan with Character” by CBS DFW. “I am happy to call myself a Texan by adoption! All my children were born in Fort Worth, and we consider it home....

Posted By Alison Rich on 2014 Jan 23 - 1:04pm

Area movie-producing pair grabs industry award for their Texas-themed indie flick.

These days, it seems like a movie has to have a multi-zillion-dollar budget backed by a big-name studio, a star-encrusted cast of “A-list” actors, props that explode and guns that reload to wrangle any buzz. (And, lest we forget: those not-so flattering 3D glasses you’ve got to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 23 - 12:56pm

Kari Crowe Seher is an editorial photographer-turned-ice cream maven. When strolling the streets of the Southside with her husband, Seher noticed something was missing — a neighborhood ice cream shop. So she did her homework, traveling far and wide to make her passion a reality. Melt Ice...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 23 - 12:49pm

A farmer from Muleshoe breathed new spirit into an underutilized crop of black-eyed peas — becoming a premium vodka distiller, now operating out of an abandoned firehouse on Fort Worth’s Southside.

It takes a visionary to look at a bunch of withering black-eyed peas and wonder what they would taste like if you could bottle them up. Trey Nickels did just that as he surveyed his drought-stricken crop four years ago. After researching the plausibility of such an enterprise, validating the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 31 - 4:13pm

by Danielle Webster

Today strong laws protect children, and there are shelters for endangered women, but can we really say we know what’s going on with people and their pets? As much as we love them, there are still a lot of animal abuse cases happening out there. The Humane Society of North Texas (HSNT) is...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 31 - 4:02pm

by Courtney Dabney

    It costs a lot to raise and exhibit an animal at the Stock Show. It takes a lot of time, feed and veterinary care to produce prize-winning livestock like those. Many of the young men and women busily blowing, brushing and tending...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 31 - 3:47pm

Rodeo Girls, a new reality television show on A&E that premiered in early December, follows five female barrel racers into the competitive world of the pro-rodeo circuit. But of course it’s so much more than that. There is plenty of drama captured while the girls aren’t on horseback...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 11 - 11:24am

Seattle-based pizza joint, The Rock Wood Fired Pizza & Spirits, is opening three DFW locations. Hand-tossed pizzas and “Rocktails” (cocktails) are named for classic rock songs. They aren’t the only new slice of pie in town, i Fratelli Pizza also opened in Keller last month...

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