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A doctor convinced Jennifer Snowden to undergo a simple procedure to help urinary incontinence. She awoke from the surgery screaming in pain and her life forever changed. Read more

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Our 2019 Fort Worth Magazine Showcase Home, a 5,173-square-foot modern farmhouse under construction in Colleyville, is long on design firepower. Including lead designer and HGTV star Donna Moss, Showcase Home has drawn 13 designers, who will each... Read more

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A timely car accident is like a welcomed punch to the gut; there’s no such thing. But the timing of a car accident that involved Ray Suppe and his wife, Holly, on a rainy Sunday night seemed particularly bad. The typical achiness and soreness tha... Read more

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With a list of potential complications that require the use of a scroll bar, and the general unnerving idea of replacing a failing organ with one from a donor, electing to undergo a transplant happens when all other potential avenues have been ex... Read more

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On a Sunday afternoon in Dallas, a strange juxtaposition occurred. Late brunchers, enjoying mimosas and adobe pie at Tacos and Tequila, were sprinkled amongst a sea of advocates listening to charismatic rallying cries. Numerous people, many of wh... Read more

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Ever since Travis and Emma Heim introduced our city to the wonders of fatty brisket, T. rex-size beef ribs and bacon burnt ends, barbecue in Fort Worth hasn’t been the same. Heim BBQ, the couple’s trailer-turned-brick-and-mortar-turned-local-empi... Read more

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Best Antiques & Vintage Finds reader pick: JunkerVals Antiques and Vintage editors' pick: Cooper Street Antique Mall Best Artwork reader pick: Park + Eighth editors' pick: Fort Works Art Best Athletic Attire reader pick: Lu... Read more

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Best Beauty Salon reader pick: Novak Hair Studios editors' pick: Salon Dexterity Best Boarder/Groomer reader pick: Cowtown Canines editors' pick: Arlington Heights Animal Hospital Best Boot Camp eader pick: Camp Gladiator ... Read more

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Best Event Venue reader pick: Artspace111 editors' pick: Brik Special Events Venue Best First Date reader pick: Café Modern  editors' pick: The Usual Best Girls Night Out reader pick: Hammer & Stain DIY Workshop Studio ed... Read more

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Best Annual Event reader pick: Mayfest editors' pick: BoobieQue Best Art Gallery reader pick: Fort Works Art editors' pick: William Campbell Contemporary Art Best Artist reader pick: Alana Kay editors' pick: Sunflowerman... Read more

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Best Appetizer reader pick: Riscky's Brisket Bites editors' pick: Buttons Restaurant Fried Green Tomatoes   Best Asian  reader pick: Wabi House  editors' pick: Tokyo Cafe   Best Atmosphere reader pick: Taste Community Restaurant ... Read more

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The statistics are startling. Fifty-eight percent of the U.S. workforce is female, yet there are just 26 women among the Fortune 500 CEOs. Likewise, just 12 percent of last year’s Inc. 5000 were led by women — a low point for female founders in t... Read more

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Don’t be the office that takes itself too seriously. With tactful execution, playing a prank or two on your co-workers can be good for company culture. So says Justin Dorsey, the senior human resources manager at Ben E. Keith Company: “A laughter... Read more

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Donna Moss, the “Queen of Bling” and HGTV host who finished the interiors of Fort Worth Magazine’s 2013 Dream Home Monticello, has signed on as designer of our 2019 Showcase Home — a 5,173-square-foot, modern-farmhouse-styled two-story in Colleyv... Read more

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Fort Worth’s growth is far from just outward — think Alliance, The River District and its growing, tentacle-like city map — but also upward. New residences occupying old buildings and contemporary dwellings spiraling sky-high, popping up at a fre... Read more

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Practically everybody in Fort Worth knows somebody who’s done it recently: cashed out of a sky-high neighborhood like the popular Fairmount on the Near Southside, bought a home for cash somewhere else in the city, slashed their property taxes and... Read more

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words by Shilo Urban | photos by Rambo Elliott Leon Bridges thinks before he speaks, sipping a cold beer on a warm winter afternoon at Shipping & Receiving Bar. It’s one of his favorite hangouts in Fort Worth; he recorded his first album, Co... Read more

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Like that button on your trousers keeping your filled gut in place, Fort Worth’s dining scene is on the precipice of bursting wide open. Restaurants both new and old are serving up some of the — dare we say — nation’s best dishes, and there’s sti... Read more

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Fort Worth Magazine’s 2019 Showcase Home is a 5,173-square-foot luxury home in Colleyville’s gated Oakleigh neighborhood, designed by Blake Architects and under construction by longtime builder Heritage Homes. Its warm farmhouse-style take on mod... Read more

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Christine has hair the color of a sunset — a striking orange hue that complements her dark eyes and light skin. She’s bespectacled, wearing a pale-blue set of glasses that only a 7-year-old would pick, and her buck teeth are a perfect match for h... Read more

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  • Rwanda children

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    Rwanda children

  • Valentine Iribagiza

    photo by Matthew Shelley

    Valentine Iribagiza

    Rwandan genocide survivor

  • Steve Murrin and James Zametz

    photo by Olaf Growald

    Steve Murrin and James Zametz

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