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Dr. Jason V. Terk is on a mission to change that. “We’re seeing outbreaks of diseases that are scary,” warns Terk, a pediatrician and distinguished consultant with Cook Children’s Physician Network. “People like me who are keeping an eye on publi... Read more

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Melt Ice Creams likes to call its new headquarters and kitchens — opened last year in the historic O.B. Macaroni pasta factory building on Fort Worth’s Near Southside — the “Joy Factory, where the magic happens.” Getting to the Joy Factory, the c... Read more

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When Fort Worth native Ashlee Johnson began house hunting in Aledo for a home closer to her partner, Chuck Mooney, and her family, she had no idea of the life-altering journey that awaited. Just four months after she and her children — Campbell, ... Read more

Home & Design

The quaint home sits on a quiet street on Fort Worth’s west side, shaded by the leafy branches of mature trees. Its rooms were once filled with stately antiques, oriental carpets, oil paintings and heirloom silver. Elegant, most definitely, but a... Read more

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By Brandi Addison Cowtown, Funkytown, The Fort and Panther City — whatever you might call it, Fort Worth’s nicknames are as diverse as its people. Take a stroll down any street, and you might run into a bowling pin juggler in dreads, a collegiat... Read more

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Flourishing careers in the oil industry meant moves from New Orleans, Louisiana, to Casper, Wyoming, for Houston and Charlotte Kauffman. “We would find a house, move in and slap up some paint,” remembers Charlotte of their frequent relocations. I... Read more

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Bruce Conti believes in transformation. The native Fort Worth commercial real estate developer has taken buildings like the old Ranch Style Beans plant just east of downtown and turned it into the Trinity River Distillery and Wild Acre Brewing Co... Read more

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There are a lot of ways to break down real estate statistics: inventory, days on market, closed sales, price distribution, etc., etc. But what really matters is your home’s value. When you purchase a home, you want to know that whenever the time ... Read more

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Ramon Romero Jr.’s dad was never short on lessons he dispensed to his eight children when they were growing up in Southeast Fort Worth’s middle-class Poly neighborhood. “My dad used to say, ‘when you make a little money, spend a little money,’” R... Read more

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There are more than 70 lanes of bicycle and horseback riding trails that allow locals to access the entire city along the Trinity River. But, what happens when locals want to veer off the well-paved path and take in the outdoors outside of the in... Read more

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by Malcolm Mayhew  |  photos by Olaf Growald There’s no better way to pick a fight in Fort Worth than saying five simple words: “Who has the best barbecue?” › In a town with so many great answers, passions run deep. In no time at all, you’ll be ... Read more

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Most of us have very few memories as a toddler. But Stanley Baker Jr. can take you back there like it was yesterday. “My family was living in Corpus Christi in 1941-42, and there were naval air training bases around the area training pilots for t... Read more

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| photography by Alex Lepe and Joseph Lacerte | Once upon a time, two meals met, fell in love and birthed a weekend experience designed for those who cherish sleeping in, day drinking and gorging on fatty foods. My theory is that this union occu... Read more

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When hunger strikes, there is no better satisfaction than the all-out, almost primal inhalation of tacos. They’re handheld, neatly packaged by nature and can be easily devoured in around three to five bites. But some tacos deserve to be savored a... Read more

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| photography by Alex Lepe | I had no clue what defined men’s style until I spent weeks with some of the most well-dressed men in Fort Worth. The theme was consistent and simple — their identity is closely tied to what they wear, and they only w... Read more

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By Bill Thornton President and Chief Executive Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce In most U.S. cities, economic development is handled by a government agency or its designated public sector partner. From recruitment to incentive negotiations to ... Read more

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These fall getaways are just a scenic Texas drive away. ---- This brilliant guide is a compilation of off-the-radar Texas getaways that feed the soul. All of these property owners built their dream homes, ranches, and resorts during a personal ... Read more

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Cowtown is staking its claim as one of America’s top culinary cities. With its vibrant hotbed of gourmet talent, narrowing down who would compete in this year’s challenge was a monumental task. We turned to our knowledgeable readers for nominatio... Read more

Eat & Drink

The daily grind can wear on anyone. Monotony sets in: gym, work, home, dinner, TV, bed, repeat. Nothing cures those weekday blues like cutting loose with friends or coworkers for a stress-reducing happy hour. The destinations you are going to rea... Read more

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Fort Worth, Texas magazine drew nearly 2,300 votes from local physicians when we asked them to voluntarily rate their peers and name Tarrant County’s best doctors in our annual Top Doctors’ survey. While the magazine provided the fields of spec... Read more

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