Inspiring

Posted By Amy Horany on 2014 Nov 21 - 4:20pm

From a World Series pitcher to a heroic Ebola survivor, some of the most interesting people in the country are right here in Fort Worth. Our December issue will go further into depth with their stories, but today we wanted to share a sneak peek of who they are and where their journey has led them....

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Nov 18 - 2:32pm

A local company believes that business should have a mission, so it participates in the Next STEP program that helps ex-offenders secure their first honest jobs after having many doors shut in their faces.

BREWED was born out of a desire to revitalize the city through people. Owner Joey Turner and his colleagues believe that all people have value. CJ Mills is homeless and totes this wagon full of supplies on...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Nov 18 - 1:06pm

Dr. Kent Brantly Dr. Kent Brantly’s blue eyes are heavy and tired but reveal a joy and peace deep inside of him that few of us could comprehend. When he talks to you, his eye contact doesn’t flicker. These are not the eyes of a weak man, but one who devotes his life to constant...

Posted By Amy Horany on 2014 Oct 27 - 12:16pm

Is it really almost Halloween? Where has the time gone? Well, if you're a little behind this season like me, you will love my post today. I'm sharing 10 creative ways to decorate your Halloween pumpkins. And don't worry, they don't even involve any carving! So grab your hot glue gun...

Posted By Amy Horany on 2014 Oct 6 - 2:01pm

3 Simple Ways to Style a Reading Nook

I will be the first to admit that I occasionally get tired of my own home decor. Don't get me wrong, I love each item in my house, but I sometimes get sick of looking at them in the exact same spot all the time. That's why I love to mix things up a bit and "shop my house." With my...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2014 Sep 23 - 2:36pm

Tinker Bell began her life neglected and living in a crate on someone’s front porch. For the last seven years, she has lived in the lap of luxury.

Weatherford residents Nadeen and Kenneth Murphree gave the now 8-year-old Chihuahua her forever home in 2007, and the little rescued dog became a rescuer of people. Tinker Bell is a therapy dog and a much-loved four-legged ambassador for Parker County. She is a fixture at every nursing home,...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Sep 23 - 2:25pm

A faith-based organization is intent on providing youths in Como with the tools they need to be leaders and change their community.

Randy Brown thought God was calling him to overseas mission work, maybe in Thailand. But it turned out that the call was to Fort Worth and one of the city’s most historic, culturally diverse and poorer neighborhoods. “I ended up finding a bus map in the library downtown, so I drove the...

Posted By Amy Horany on 2014 Aug 20 - 11:04am

  Today I'm excited to kick off a new series. As a designer, I love creating new spaces, and sometimes I design spaces just for fun. It keeps my creative juices flowing and also gives you guys some interior inspiration along the way. I tend to find most of my inspiration from the beach,...

Posted By james.verheyen on 2014 Aug 18 - 7:07pm

Hal Brown owner and publisher of Fort Worth, Texas magazine accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge benefiting research for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)

Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Aug 18 - 3:19pm

Students in the Glen Rose ISD and surrounding districts and home schools benefit from a couple’s desire to spread their love for the arts.

If, in the future, the conductor or a featured soloist for the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is announced as being from the Dinosaur Capital of Texas, it likely will be because of Frances and the late John Wasilchak. The Glen Rose couple established the Wasilchak Charitable Fund at the Community...

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