Posted By Anonymous on 2013 May 31 - 12:25pm
Local band, The Unlikely Candidates, just signed their first record deal.
by Noah Anderson
So how did you guys settle on the name The Unlikely Candidates? I would love to tell people it came from the hammering pang of some epiphanic moment of adversity or Jim Morrison came to me in a dream. Truth is, we made a list of about a thousand names and that was the only...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 May 31 - 12:20pm
what locals are listening to by Noah Anderson
To Be Loved
Famed Canadian singer-songwriter Michael Bublé is back again with his eighth studio album, To Be Loved, that promises to be a shining contribution to the artist’s already...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 May 31 - 12:09pm
by Trilby Argubright
Chris Kyle was born in 1974 in the town of Odessa, Texas. His father began teaching him to shoot at the age of eight, and he was trained as a rodeo bronc rider at a young age. Kyle enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served four tours in the second Iraq war. Kyle’s career...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 May 31 - 12:03pm
an overview of our favorite best-sellers. by Trilby Argubright
Give and Take:
Approach to Success
by Adam Grant
Adam Grant, the youngest tenured professor at Wharton, applies his own innovative research to remodel the traditional assumptions of the...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 May 31 - 11:43am
The Caves was painted in 1869 by Robert Seldon Duncanson, and now it can be seen at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.
Robert Seldon Duncanson (1821 – 1872) was the first African-American artist to achieve international acclaim. “...
Posted By Jcasseday on 2013 May 31 - 11:35am
In collaboration with Historic Fort Worth, Inc., Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus students are presenting the results of their historical and creative research.
The new exhibit, Interconnected Endeavors, depicts significant places in the city that may be losing attention in modern times, such as Thistle Hill, Will Rogers Coliseum, the Fort Worth Power and Light plant and other sites on Fort Worth’s Most Endangered Places list.
A photo of the actual...
Posted By Jcasseday on 2013 May 30 - 4:46pm
Top 10 ways to torch the fat
If you aren’t getting the results you want and need to boost your body’s fat-burning potential, follow some of these tips that require very little effort.
De-Stress Stress can actually slow your metabolism due to a stress hormone called cortisol. When these hormone levels are too high...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 May 30 - 4:33pm
The Trinity River provides the perfect outlet for kids and adults alike, offering kayaking, canoeing, tubing and paddle boarding on the cool water that is close to home.
by Ellen Parker
With the sunny summer months also comes humid days where being outside on the scorching pavement is too much to bear. A plethora of outdoor water activities can be found in one place at the Panther Island Pavilion (480 N. Taylor), which is where the Clear Fork and the West Fork of...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 May 30 - 4:18pm
When it comes to shopping, wouldn’t you like to kill two birds with one stone? Alisha Cole and Alaina Lansing are offering just that. Two Birds One Stone is an online boutique offering women who are on the go a unique shopping experience.
by Callie Johnston
Q: Tell us a little bit about each of your backgrounds and how your friendship began.
AC: To make a long story short, we were working at the same restaurant in the Stockyards and weren’t really friends at first because of our different but strong personalities. Over...
Posted By JudieB on 2013 May 30 - 11:03am
Summer darlings of roadside stands and farmers’ markets, few foods are as refreshing on a hot Texas day as watermelon.
Icy, jewel-toned goodness -- a slice is perfect on its own. But let’s not stop there – this juicy fruit is also delicious as salad, sauce, soup or a cocktail. Let your imagination run wild, and to help out, here are some of my favorite ways to stretch your watermelon repertoire.