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Fort Worth completed its second year of hosting a two-day house at the giant South by Southwest festival, inviting patrons to try their hand at flying an F-35, taste local whiskey made by Firestone & Robertson, listen to local emerging bands and ... Read more

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Despite getting off to a bumpy start — the commuter rail was delayed five days due to a failure to obtain full clearance from the Federal Railroad Administration (thanks to a recent government shutdown) for its 27-mile route — TEXRail has already... Read more

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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... Read more

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One of Fort Worth’s longest-running traditions is moving for the first time in 75 years. Come Jan. 18, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo will begin its final rodeo season at Will Rogers Coliseum before it moves to Dickies Arena in 2020. (Stock Sh... Read more

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When Chena Rodriguez lost her oldest son, Xavier, at the age of 16, she was left with not only the grief of losing a child, but also the financial burdens that come along with it. Unable to afford funeral costs, Rodriguez had to keep her son in a... Read more

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Studio Magnolia is more than just a dream come true — and far more than just a creative space — for Bree Perez; it is also a business focused on helping others and giving back to those in need. Celebrating its grand opening Nov. 10 at its Ne... Read more

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The City of Fort Worth recently unveiled the Fort Worth Active Transportation Plan (ATP), which will provide a strategic direction for the development for pedestrian, bicycle and trail networks. The plan is a response to a survey conducted by th... Read more

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While I strolled and chatted with this gregarious duo at Fortress YDC, a center that provides mentoring, schooling and spiritual development for 150 underprivileged children, Vanessa Barker and Taylor Willis frequently stopped to point out items ... Read more

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When Kingsley Ehiemua took to the field on Sept. 1, 2017, as the starting quarterback for Trinity Valley School, he became the first African-American to do so. The high school senior is a towering boy of 6 feet, 4 inches, with broad shoulders an... Read more

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When it comes to children getting vaccinated, a recent national study has stamped Tarrant County with the description of “hotspot” — a place where children are more vulnerable to preventable disease outbreaks. Last school year, over 55,000 Tarran... Read more

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After Alissa Rosebrough graduated from Texas A&M, all she wanted to do was capture life through her camera lens. Making strides professionally as a freelance photographer for the National Basketball Association and as an in-house photographer for... Read more

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The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, which houses a diverse collection of North American artwork, including the pictured “Figure” by Morton Schamberg, is getting a facelift. The iconic museum will greet future visitors with improvements to th... Read more

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The 85-acre area along Marine Creek Parkway, north of Interstate 820, is already home to Chisholm Trail High School, the Hollenstein Career and Technology Center, and the Tarrant County College Northwest campus. Soon, a middle school will join th... Read more

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About a month from now, smoking will no longer be allowed in city parks, “except in certain instances,” according to the City of Fort Worth — those certain instances being outdoor areas of municipal golf courses and the Will Rogers Memorial Cente... Read more

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Ball of Fun. Got the summer blues? Kick that feeling with the summer yellows, greens, pinks and purples. Takashi Murakami’s shockingly colorful exhibition, “The Octopus Eats His Own Leg,” is now on display at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.... Read more

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Will you please return the map when you’re done? We have a very limited budget, and we’re running low.” This was the request we heard at the front desk on a recent visit to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. It seemed reasonable but also a little sa... Read more

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 Businesses open and close and open and close in the West Seventh area. But, bars, they just open and stay open. The city reports that trend led to a 38 percent increase in overall crime in the area from 2015 to 2017. Most of the crimes — the maj... Read more

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On the Charts. Sometimes Fort Worthians — people, labels, brands, etc. — get so big that they transcend our Best Of list. That’s the status Leon Bridges has reached. Plus, much, much more. The soul singer graced our cover in May 2015 and has sin... Read more

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Bunche Park in the Stop Six neighborhood spent about 40 years as nothing more than an undeveloped plot sitting between Dunbar High and Jacquet Middle schools. But in April, construction kicked off for the park’s redevelopment — a project that inc... Read more

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Fort Worth now is different from Fort Worth then. That’s the message that was on display at the Fort Worth Now house at the South by Southwest Conference and Festival in Austin. continued from page 17 » Local players like Visit Fort Worth (former... Read more

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