Amazing

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2016 Mar 29 - 1:20pm

The night before her husband’s assassination, Jacqueline Kennedy looks into a Monet painting titled “Artist’s Granddaughter,” which hung in their room at Hotel Texas in Fort Worth. Jacqueline mourns the loss of her child earlier that year as she stares into the painting of a...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Mar 29 - 1:13pm

Analysis and Art

Always one to evaluate the purpose behind the paint or sculpture, Frank Stella has for six decades created abstract art that is uncompromising and intellectually rigorous. He has successfully deconstructed the mechanics of creating a piece of art and then amplified the viewers’ preconceived...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2016 Feb 17 - 4:17pm

Annabel’s Miracle

A cottonwood tree with a carved cross marks the site of a miracle on the Beam family ranch in Burleson. Cows graze and six dogs romp on a cold, windy January day. Christy and Kevin Beam, and their three daughters, Annabel, Abbie and Adelynn, talked with us about that miracle and the movie...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Nov 18 - 12:06pm

Jason Suder, an award-winning multimedia storyteller born and raised in Fort Worth, says he has always been a rebel. Currently living at the base of the Teton mountain range and writing for the Jackson Hole News & Guide, he jokingly calls himself “a square peg in a Jackson Hole.”...

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

These are the lives of nine 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 Kyle Whitecotton on 2015 Aug 31 - 11:10am

In southwestern Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park dominates a 124-square-mile section of the planet in an undulating expanse of rugged, emerald woodland full of fantastic flora and fauna. For some, it’s sufficient just to know that half of the world’s population of...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2015 Aug 27 - 10:59am

Female gun enthusiasts in Fort Worth

| photography by Alex Lepe | When I Googled “Women Shooting Guns,” the first 10 hits were videos of women looking like idiots. One was titled Best of Funny Girls Shooting Guns Fails-Compilation 2014, another Top 11 Videos of Girls Shooting Guns That They Shouldn’t Be. A...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jul 30 - 4:36pm

| by Scott Nishimura | Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County served 25 clients when the organization began serving food in 1973. Today, the organization serves 3,500 meals per day to 2,000 clients who live along 218 volunteer-driven routes. And in the next 15 years, with the population growing...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Jun 17 - 11:37am

If you ask 12-year-old Granbury fiddle prodigy, Ridge Roberts, the difference between a violin and a fiddle, he smiles and says: “Well, with a violin, you have strings; with a fiddle, you have strangs.” But make no mistake about it; Ridge is a fiddle historian, from the different types...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jun 17 - 10:55am

The vertebrae of a monster shark that once swam the seas that covered Texas nearly 100 million years ago was discovered just west of Fort Worth in the Duck Creek Formation. College students on a paleontology trip discovered the fossil in 2009 and ended up excavating three total fossils belonging to...

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