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Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Jul 18 - 2:57pm

6:07 a.m. Alarm goes off – 6 is way too early, so 6:07 is my start time! The sixth member of the family, Poppy, eagerly knows it is time for our run. This is when I clear my head and prioritize my day. 7:05 a.m. Back from my run. Greet my wife, Paige, and three children, Caroline, Jack and...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Jul 18 - 2:02pm

by Jason Forrest Sept. 30, 2011, presented Sandra Sedillo-McGlothlin with a run-toward-the-roar moment she will never forget. The co-founder of Empire Roofing had been an integral part in building the Fort Worth-based company into one of the biggest and most profitable of its kind in the country...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Jul 18 - 11:19am

by Teresa McUsic What do Cadillac, a wine bar, a dozen retail buildings, brewery, meat rub, and a $3 million overhaul of Fort Worth’s Trinity Park playground have in common? The answer: Will Churchill and Corrie Watson, twin great-grandchildren of the iconic Fort Worth car dealer Frank Kent...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 May 31 - 11:13am

It started two years ago with one small coffee shop and coworking space on Camp Bowie Boulevard. Now Craftwork Coffee Co. is expanding across the state and into multifamily development. Craftwork announced Thursday that it has acquired WorkFlourish, a Houston-based company that builds coworking...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 May 18 - 3:05pm

Another business is on its way to South Main Street. Ground has broken and construction is expected to start in a few weeks for coworking space, Criterion Coworking, and coffee shop, Roots Coffeehouse. The building will be located at 400 Bryan Ave. in the South Main Village, neighboring HopFusion...

Posted By Our Sponsor on 2018 May 11 - 11:56am

Photography By RHMediaLLC.com Sponsored Article This sponsored content is brought to you by WeWork. by Mark Sullivan Everyone in Fort Worth knows Edwards Ranch, the vast stretch of pasture that’s been around longer than the city itself. It’s still in the hands of family members, who...

Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2018 May 4 - 3:12pm

TCU Neeley School of Business, Fort Worth, Homer Erekson
O. Homer Erekson, the John V. Roach Dean of the Neeley School of Business at TCU, will step down as dean in May 2019, Erekson told faculty and staff. Erekson, named dean in March 2008, will continue at TCU Neeley as a faculty member, the Neeley School said. “A search committee will be put in...

Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2018 Apr 30 - 2:49pm

Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, Anthony Edwards, Tarleton State University
The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce said Monday it hired a Tarleton State University director to be senior vice president of talent development, retention and attraction, one of the four pillars of the chamber’s new strategic plan. Dr. Anthony Edwards, assistant professor and director of the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Apr 5 - 2:58pm

by Andrew Van Heusden Amidst the colorful murals and mantras found around The Foundry District, another work recently appeared on a wall next to Doc’s Records and Vintage on Weisenberger Street: A “coming soon” sign, marking the spot where Meyer & Sage, a culinary studio...

Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2018 Apr 3 - 10:05pm

Council approves rezoning of ex-mortuary to allow alcohol sales for on-premise consumption

Fort Worth arthouse theater Spiral Diner
The Fort Worth City Council cleared a landing spot on Tuesday night for a proposed arthouse theater in the historic Evans-Rosedale corridor in southeast Fort Worth, unanimously approving a rezoning to allow alcohol sales for on-premise consumption at an old mortuary. The council voted 9-0 to...

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