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Posted By Amber Bell on 2018 Jan 17 - 4:58pm

Sarah Means and Lizzie Means Duplantis have always had two things: each other and their boots. “Lizzie would wear them with pencil skirts, turtlenecks and blazers to work in the Financial District,” recalls Sarah, “and I styled them with ripped denim and slouchy sweaters in SoHo....

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2018 Jan 17 - 4:48pm

Many call 15-year-old Carson Huey-You a genius. Others refer to him as a prodigy or a savant. But this physics major, the youngest to ever receive a degree from TCU, is a quintessential teen who loves playing video games, watching superhero movies, roughhousing with his younger brother and raiding...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Jan 16 - 4:10pm

By Kara and Brett Phillips In August, we had a pinch-me moment when our Fairmount Foursquare home was featured in Rue Magazine. That project, the extensive renovation of a foursquare home in the Near Southside, changed us so deeply and took us on a wonderful journey of being bold and saying yes....

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2017 Dec 28 - 2:33pm

It’s Thanksgiving. April Harrison, 43, and her three boys — Ayden, 7, Andrew, 18, and Aaron, 24 — sit in the few plastic folding chairs they have scattered among a sea of boxes reaching 4 feet tall. April takes a break from cooking to sit in one plastic patio chair in her new...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Sep 20 - 11:47am

As a Houston native, trips westward to the Texas Hill Country as a child revealed an entirely new landscape — one filled with hills as the name would suggest. What a lot of out-of-towners don’t know is that Fort Worth has quite a few hills of its own. Said hills roll more fervently as...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Sep 20 - 10:42am

No, it’s not a Tyrannosaurus rex — it’s actually an Acrocanthosaurus, and a life-size replica can be found casually greeting visitors as they enter the Omni Theater on the north end of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. It’s one of several dinosaurs that can be...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Sep 19 - 11:48am

Ron Hall remembers the last words his wife Debbie told him just hours before she died: “Ron, don’t give up on Denver.” “Denver,” being Denver Moore — a homeless man once bent on “killing everybody” until he experienced a change of heart after the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 25 - 1:48pm

By Meg Hemmerle There must be something in the water at the Fort Worth Zoo, with the announcement of another baby animal joining the family.  The zoo welcomed its newest addition, a male Grant’s zebra foal, on Friday. He is the first foal for mom, Roxie, and the first zebra born at the...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Aug 24 - 10:40am

Some horses are used for show. Others are used for transportation. And then there are those that are used for healing. That’s the goal of Wings of Hope Equitherapy, a Cleburne-based organization that uses horses to help those with mental, physical or emotional challenges, from autism to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 11 - 3:37pm

By: Sarah Jane Grisham WestBend added 12 new pieces of art to its development and plans to celebrate them with an artist meet-and-greet. New installations include 10 murals by Dallas-based artist Kyle Steed, a “LOVE” sculpture by Laura Kimpton, and a mural by local artist Lauren...

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