Inspiring

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Dec 21 - 11:06am

Janitor-turned-TCU football player, and now Rhodes Scholar

Caylin Moore
Caylin Moore has a list of 20 goals he wants to accomplish. Last fall, he achieved one of them – to become a Rhodes Scholar. That means Moore, a senior at TCU and safety on the football team, will receive a scholarship to study at Oxford University in the fall. There, he’ll work on two...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Dec 21 - 10:31am

A black-tie gala for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is headed to Fort Worth for the first time.

2016 Man and Woman of the Year (wearing red sashes), as well as Boy and Girl of the Year (middle), in Dallas
Fort Worth’s first “Man and Woman of the Year” will be announced at a black tie gala set to take place at the Fort Worth Convention Center in May. But this gala is a little different – it starts off with a competition first, and all for a good cause. Man and Woman of the...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Dec 21 - 10:23am

Construction is underway for Beautiful Feet Ministries’ 11,000-square-foot facility.

Beautiful Feet members break ground for the ministry's new facility.
Beautiful Feet Ministries is getting bigger with construction beginning on an approximately 11,000-square-foot facility located west of the organization’s location at 1709 East Hattie St. “We’re very pumped about it,” said Mike Myers, pastor and director at Beautiful Feet...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2016 Dec 19 - 4:48pm

Cervecería Alemana
  When it came to travel, few could match Ernest Hemingway’s voracious hunger for adventure. As a result, the man is forever associated with a handful of places around the world including Paris, Africa, Key West and Cuba. But it was Spain that would inspire four novels, a play,...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2016 Apr 19 - 1:35pm

The world knows little about the brothers Le Nain — Antoine, Louis, and Mathieu — who worked during the first half of the 17th century in Paris. This will begin to change on May 22 when the Kimbell Art Museum opens "The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of Seventeenth-Century France....

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2015 Sep 29 - 11:11am

The other morning before work, I woke up, stumbled into the kitchen and found we were out of coffee. Running a few minutes behind (mainly due to aforementioned lack of caffeine but also because of last-minute attire change due to four-legged friends), my foot was a little heavy driving into the...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2015 Sep 29 - 10:22am

  These are the lives of eight people who live in Fort Worth right under your nose. They are survivors who went through their own hell and back. They aren’t merely surviving — they are thriving. | photography by Alex Lepe | Lori Gallagher READ HER STORY...

Posted By Christy Dunaway Smith on 2015 Aug 17 - 2:21pm

I'm sure you've been wondering if SoFortWorthIt fell off the turnip truck. It did. For the first time since 2012, I decided to take a summer break and be ALL IN with my kids and enjoy our family vacations instead of being holed up in a hotel room putting precious family time aside for...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Jan 19 - 11:29am

How a local group is helping writers develop their crafts

No matter the level of experience or chosen genre, writing is not easy, says Fort Worth Writer’s Boot Camp founder Rachel Pilcher. “It can be lonely,” she says. The Fort Worth native and longtime English teacher currently works as a librarian at Trimble Technical High School....

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Dec 16 - 11:32am

In November the Fort Worth Opera’s Marketing and Communications department was awarded “Communicator of the Year” by the Center for Nonprofit Management (CNM). The Fort Worth Opera was honored at their annual “Night of Light” ceremony in Dallas, where nonprofit...

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