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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...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2019 Jan 25 - 10:11am

Everyone has their own idea of a romantic getaway, but when you head north to Canada, things tend to get a little wild. You may find yourself in a hotel carved from ice or in the middle of a roadless wilderness in Northwest Territories or even sipping wine in a hot tub beneath the northern lights....

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Jan 24 - 11:54am

Girl Scout cookie season is well underway, and anyone who hasn’t dropped dough on their annual helping of Thin Mints and Caramel deLites (or Samoas, depending on which bakery makes them) has until Feb. 24 to do so. Behind the scenes, Girl Scouts hopes to teach girls five main business skills...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2019 Jan 10 - 9:18am

Photography by OLAF GROWALD
It’s hard to imagine PRIM Construction’s office as a grocery store — that is, until you see the grid pattern on the floor where tile used to be or the overhead rolling door that leads to the back storage area. Such was the past life of the 22,000-square-foot building at 252...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Dec 18 - 2:38pm

Uruguay Horseback Riding
My helmet tumbled to the ground and rolled far away from the horse beneath me. Oh shit. Everyone else had ridden on ahead, following behind the cattle. Green pastureland stretched out in front of me, unbroken besides a handful of furrows and hills. Bulbous sheep drifted along under the blue winter...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2018 Dec 11 - 12:55pm

Speckled Pottery Bowls
Though likely unintentional, Kendall Davis has become somewhat of a Fort Worth attraction. Peering through the windows of storefronts on the revamped Magnolia Avenue, passersby are likely to come across a bespectacled, short-haired lady expertly shaping cups and bowls on a pottery wheel. While...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Nov 29 - 10:35am

20 Moments That Transformed Fort Worth
So how easy is it to come up with 20 moments that have transformed Fort Worth? Relatively easy, as it turned out, even in this fast-changing city. In conjunction with the magazine’s 20th birthday this December, we decided to see if we could come up with a story outlining 20 moments that...

Posted By Jenny B. Davis on 2018 Nov 27 - 1:01pm

Kam Philips
There’s no better way to convey the spirit of the season than to indulge in a gift — for yourself or someone else — that combines high style with charitable giving. These fabulous finds benefit an array of worthy causes, from endangered animals to women’s empowerment. Giving...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Sep 21 - 5:04pm

Between Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding and Central Market’s latest event, Passport United Kingdom, there’s been a bit more sophistication in the air. Central Market’s pastry chef and one-half of the team behind the ultra popular Hot Box Biscuit Club, Sarah Hooton, shared a...

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