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Matt Payne

Online Content Editor

Matt Payne is the magazine’s online editor. A local hailing from the University of North Texas, he's got a background as a writer, photographer, editor, and Pokémon trainer.

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By Matt Payne

How does one even begin to describe what low-key may be Fort Worth’s premier dive bar? Read more

Eat & Drink

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Fortress Festival

The lineup for the fourth Fortress Festival has officially been unveiled, promising the most diverse array of acts the annual show has seen yet. Read more

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Ático

Chef Tim Love has announced his latest project: Ático, a tapas bar located at the Springhill Suites by Marriott on the hotel’s rooftop bar. Read more

Eat & Drink

Work has officially begun on a brand new animal shelter facility in Fort Worth, the first in 22 years. Read more

News

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by Matt Payne

Inaugural rodeo at Dickies Arena promises unprecedented action. Read more

Culture

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Photo by Matt Payne and headshot provided by Ed Bass

A chat with Ed Bass, the driving force behind Dickies Arena. Read more

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photo provided by The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame has put finishing touches over its latest project, open to all: the Alice Walton Cowgirl Park. Read more

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Fort Worthians can get a good jump on staying active outside the weight room in a partnership between Fort Worth Bike Sharing and Blue Zones Project. Read more

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The Meat Board

A new butcher shop opened Tuesday to a good amount of fanfare, well deserved if the menu has anything to say about it. Read more

Eat & Drink

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By Matt Payne

Some hundred visitors huddled outside the White Settlement church grasping lit candles in song and prayer. Read more

Culture

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Near Southside, Inc.

Ready to shred? Skaters in Fort Worth are soon being gifted what promises to be a premiere destination, but those behind it need help from the community. Read more

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This selection of free or relatively cheap museums is but a start to discovering the knowledge Fort Worth has on display. Read more

Culture

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City of Arlington

The city, in a move “to build on its economic momentum,” has progressed into a public-private partnership over a 30-year period. Read more

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Nanda Yoga

Fort Worth tykes will be able to practice yoga within a dedicated space soon when a new establishment opens, one from a native who locals already love. Read more

Business

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By Olaf Growald

Fort Worth Magazine spent three days on the scene with several first responders, becoming acquainted with the intricate details of their everyday jobs: the tedious tasks, the constant readiness, and the moments of terror. Read more

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By Matt Payne

This is the story of how being eluded by Post led to my acquisition of massive drip. Read more

Culture

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By Matt Payne

Groundbreaking for 401 Hemphill, a new multifamily apartment complex, embodied a growing effort to make the Hemphill Road neighborhood an emerging hotspot for Fort Worth residents. Read more

News

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By Olaf Growald

A Fort Worth Inc. writer’s experience with the mini-me makers of Camp Bowie. Read more

Business

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By Olaf Growald

Colby and Donnie Siratt were surrounded by family and many friends Wednesday when they dedicated the land of the future Montrachet community in prayer. Read more

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Thirty Eight & Vine

You've got your pick of everything from laid-back bars and luxe tasting rooms in the Foundry District. Read more

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