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Uncommon Type: Some Stories by Tom Hanks Cinephiles are familiar with Tom Hanks’ roles in movies like “Forrest Gump” or “Sleepless in Seattle,” so it comes as no surprise that his sensitivity and empathetic nature drive his first collectio... Read more

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Peter was in eighth grade when his interests in photography bloomed. “My dad had a Praktica 35 mm that he brought back from Korea. I began taking photos with it. My best buddy was a photographer and was understudying this guy who was a Brooks gra... Read more

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The power of makeup is most impressive in its ability to transform. After speaking to local makeup experts and scrolling through the perfectly curated pages of our favorite celebrities, fashion influencers and bloggers, we were inspired to get in... Read more

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When shift dresses meet vintage hats, and print on print meets embroidery, and high collars meet extreme sleeve details, you think you’ve died and gone to fall fashion heaven. But you’re actually just in the middle of the top trends for the 2017 ... Read more

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Fort Worth-based Tribe Alive will launch its second apparel collection this September, featuring sustainably sourced cotton handwoven on foot and backstrap looms in Guatemala. While the collection stays true to Tribe Alive’s less-is-more aestheti... Read more

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Fixed between the Rocky Mountains to the west and the Appalachians to the east, Arkansas’ Ozark Mountain region is an often-overlooked part of the country where natural beauty, outdoor adventure and quaint mountain towns quenched in Southern char... Read more

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Abraham Alexander’s agony reached a crescendo July 7, 2016, when Micah Xavier Johnson opened fire on Dallas police officers at the end of a rally for black rights, killing five, injuring nine others and two civilians. The shooter was reportedly a... Read more

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A colorful salad might just be the perfect summer meal. If well thought out, a salad can be quick, easy, satisfying and very nourishing, giving just the boost of energy needed to get through a sweltering Fort Worth summer day. With these recipes,... Read more

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Fort Worth’s BCycle system expanded to 46 locations in June when a station opened at the Ella Mae Shamblee Branch Library. “The Rosedale and Evans Urban Village, and the library specifically, is a gathering place for the community, and we hope th... Read more

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Summer is finally here, but it will not be complete without everyone’s favorite frozen treat – ice cream. Making your own ice cream may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you want to enjoy your favorite summer splurge, but why not? Ma... Read more

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Color and detail are in overdrive this summer. From poms to platforms, these are the shoe trends you’ll want in your closet this season. 01. Tassels From your ears to your feet. The tassel trend shows no signs of slowing down. Suede Tassel... Read more

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In the geographical and historic heartland of Mexico lies San Miguel de Allende, a magical landscape with a local scene full of year-round festivals, fireworks and parades. This enchanting world consists of magnificent 17th-century mansions, pict... Read more

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Jay Wilkinson is making big moves. I learn this quickly while talking to him inside his temporary studio tucked in the back of Montgomery Street’s Fort Works Art, where he is currently the artist in residence. And it’s clear he has made himself a... Read more

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| by Sarah Jane Grisham | It’s only fitting that the concept of Coffee Mug Shaving came to life early one morning. Around 4 a.m. two summers ago, Dean Fry woke up and scribbled down ideas about how he could share his two passions with the Fort W... Read more

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The pace of life slows down a bit, you can stop to smell the bluebonnets and indulge a little more in the simple pleasures of life. For me, the simple pleasures in life usually involve food, especially breakfast, since that is my favorite meal o... Read more

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| photography by Emily Stoker | Local design guru Hilary Rose Walker was working as junior designer for a Dallas firm and just about ready to leave the world of interior design altogether. “I wanted to be up on my feet more, working with a team ... Read more

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Imagine waking up to the sun peeking through your luxury stateroom window as it rises over the Mediterranean. Maybe you roll out of bed and head straight to the gym for a quick workout, or instead you stroll through the elegant interior of the di... Read more

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| by Laura Belpedio | It’s not uncommon to see groups of children touring the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, but on the third Saturday of each month, visitors may see a few more babies. In the Itty-Bitty Art educational program, instructor... Read more

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Somehow rash guards have overcome their tragically uncool name in recent years and transitioned to equal parts fashionable and practical. Part of that credit goes to Dallas-based Cover Swimwear. Made in the U.S., this sun-conscious swimwear line ... Read more

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| photography by Alex Lepe | Everyone knows Texans have a strong affinity for Mexican. We love our tacos, fajitas and stuffed jalapeños. And no TexMex meal can begin without chips and queso. But it seems we always have to go out to get our Mexic... Read more

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