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Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Feb 27 - 2:44pm

Fort Worth’s growth is far from just outward — think Alliance, The River District and its growing, tentacle-like city map — but also upward. New residences occupying old buildings and contemporary dwellings spiraling sky-high, popping up at a frenetic pace, have become the norm in...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2019 Feb 27 - 2:22pm

Practically everybody in Fort Worth knows somebody who’s done it recently: cashed out of a sky-high neighborhood like the popular Fairmount on the Near Southside, bought a home for cash somewhere else in the city, slashed their property taxes and homeowner insurance in the process, and maybe...

Posted By Shilo Urban on 2019 Feb 26 - 3:31pm

words by Shilo Urban | photos by Rambo Elliott Leon Bridges thinks before he speaks, sipping a cold beer on a warm winter afternoon at Shipping & Receiving Bar. It’s one of his favorite hangouts in Fort Worth; he recorded his first album, Coming Home, right around the corner. He is...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2019 Feb 26 - 3:01pm

It’s easy to see what makes Burette and Gabrielle Douglas an indie music power couple. Like the reticent genre they find themselves a part of, the pair are humble, quirky and have zero frills. They both speak in voices that register as something slightly louder than a whisper — akin to...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2019 Feb 26 - 11:20am

George Hincapie once wore a yellow jersey on a bike in France. Donning a particular color that doesn’t agree with most skin tones might not sound like much to a casual nonconsumer of endurance sports, but to those who follow cycling, this accomplishment is worthy of a bow at his feet....

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2019 Feb 26 - 10:29am

If you asked Melissa Ice what she wanted to do a couple years ago, she would have said two things. One, adopt a baby. Two, provide employment. Just … not in retail. One of those things went according to plan — late last year, she and her husband (musician and serial entrepreneur Jamey...

Posted By Linda Blackwell Simmons on 2019 Feb 4 - 11:59am

Christine has hair the color of a sunset — a striking orange hue that complements her dark eyes and light skin. She’s bespectacled, wearing a pale-blue set of glasses that only a 7-year-old would pick, and her buck teeth are a perfect match for her easy smile. She’s adorable in...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2019 Jan 31 - 11:47am

Clifton Drive Time: 1 hour, 28 minutes Midway to Austin is The Cell Block in Clifton’s historic and artsy downtown district. Stay the night in this jail cell built in the days of Bonnie and Clyde, but escape during the day to explore the shops, galleries, museums and theaters throughout...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2019 Jan 25 - 11:26am

Don’t let the acoustic guitars, seamless harmonies and country swagger fool you; Danni and Kris are not folk musicians. After all, a mutual love of Avril Lavigne — instead of typical odes to Neil Young or Patsy Cline — is not how Americana duos start. Danni James and Kris...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Jan 25 - 11:04am

Opening its original location in Chicago in 2013, Craig Bernstein named the then counter-service grill after his late father, Dr. Robert “Doc B” Bernstein. As the company has grown, it has morphed into a swankier table-service dining experience, with an enticing menu and highly trained...

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