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Posted By Shilo Urban on 2019 Apr 5 - 4:07pm

A study published by the Public Library of Science recently deemed Fort Worth a national hotspot, where outbreaks of disease are likely to happen because of the city’s large number of unvaccinated children.

Dr. Jason V. Terk is on a mission to change that. “We’re seeing outbreaks of diseases that are scary,” warns Terk, a pediatrician and distinguished consultant with Cook Children’s Physician Network. “People like me who are keeping an eye on public health — we...

Posted By Amber Bell on 2019 Mar 5 - 3:28pm

photography by Olaf Growald

When Fort Worth native Ashlee Johnson began house hunting in Aledo for a home closer to her partner, Chuck Mooney, and her family, she had no idea of the life-altering journey that awaited. Just four months after she and her children — Campbell, 16, and Claudia, 14 — moved into their...

Posted By Jenny B. Davis on 2018 Sep 18 - 12:44pm

The quaint home sits on a quiet street on Fort Worth’s west side, shaded by the leafy branches of mature trees. Its rooms were once filled with stately antiques, oriental carpets, oil paintings and heirloom silver. Elegant, most definitely, but also expected. And, yes, a little dull....

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Aug 27 - 4:12pm

By Brandi Addison Cowtown, Funkytown, The Fort and Panther City — whatever you might call it, Fort Worth’s nicknames are as diverse as its people. Take a stroll down any street, and you might run into a bowling pin juggler in dreads, a collegiate basketball player or a prominent...

Posted By Amber Bell on 2018 Jul 10 - 5:20pm

Flourishing careers in the oil industry meant moves from New Orleans, Louisiana, to Casper, Wyoming, for Houston and Charlotte Kauffman. “We would find a house, move in and slap up some paint,” remembers Charlotte of their frequent relocations. In 1999, the couple circled back to Fort...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2018 Apr 18 - 11:40am

There are a lot of ways to break down real estate statistics: inventory, days on market, closed sales, price distribution, etc., etc. But what really matters is your home’s value. When you purchase a home, you want to know that whenever the time comes, you can sell it for more than you bought...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2018 Feb 19 - 12:16pm

There are more than 70 lanes of bicycle and horseback riding trails that allow locals to access the entire city along the Trinity River. But, what happens when locals want to veer off the well-paved path and take in the outdoors outside of the invisible walls of the city? I did just that my...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2017 Dec 28 - 12:18pm

by Malcolm Mayhew  |  photos by Olaf Growald There’s no better way to pick a fight in Fort Worth than saying five simple words: “Who has the best barbecue?” › In a town with so many great answers, passions run deep. In...

Posted By Celestina Blok on 2016 Oct 17 - 1:06pm

When hunger strikes, there is no better satisfaction than the all-out, almost primal inhalation of tacos. They’re handheld, neatly packaged by nature and can be easily devoured in around three to five bites. But some tacos deserve to be savored a little more. Fort Worth has no shortage of...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2016 Sep 28 - 12:21pm

The 10 Most Stylish Men in Fort Worth

| photography by Alex Lepe | I had no clue what defined men’s style until I spent weeks with some of the most well-dressed men in Fort Worth. The theme was consistent and simple — their identity is closely tied to what they wear, and they only wear what they feel most comfortable in....

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