Samantha Calimbahin

Samantha Calimbahin

Samantha Calimbahin is the managing editor at Fort Worth Magazine. When she's not editing or making to-do lists for the magazine's gazillion projects, she's jamming on her guitar and planning her next trip to Disneyland (or World). 

Keith L. Williams

photo by Olaf Growald

September's Fort Worthian: Child Actor, Keith L. Williams Read more


National Medal of Honor Museum

City of Arlington

The museum will announce which city it chooses on Oct. 2. Read more


JPS Health Network

JPS Health Network

Among JPS’s first priorities — two clinics that focus significantly on behavioral and mental health. Read more


The Style Bros

Photo by Olaf Growald

A local suit maker, a menswear artist, and the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Read more


Producer, radio host on “The Ticket” Read more

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Sara Warren

Illustration by Sunflowernan

Vaquero Coffee Co. Read more


Rob Fisher


Co-founder of Holocron Toy Store Read more


Nene Kwoko


Get to know Nene Nwoko Read more


Local nonprofit Arise Africa hardly thought about design when it was searching for a new office space. The organization, which sponsors children in Zambia, at the very least needed a storage area and garage door to easily store and move supplies ... Read more


Touring the globe. Making big money. Living the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. While that destiny lands on the laps of some musicians, others opt to keep their talents at home, gigging on the side of a day job. Sometimes, that day job turns out to be a... Read more


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


Mitchell Allen’s first pitch competition was “Shark Tank.” The self-proclaimed “head elf” at Hire Santa — a Southlake-based Santa hiring service that helps customers book Santa gigs for events — had always been a fan of the hit ABC show but never... Read more


A full neighborhood once lined Bryan Avenue in the Near Southside, of which just two houses are left standing today. One of those houses, built in 1925, was condemned for demolition — with a shaky foundation and disconnected framing, the structur... Read more

Home & Design

If you asked Melissa Ice what she wanted to do a couple years ago, she would have said two things. One, adopt a baby. Two, provide employment. Just … not in retail. One of those things went according to plan — late last year, she and her husband... Read more


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Photo by Joan Marcus

History has its eyes on Fort Worth. Photo by Joan Marcus History has its eyes on Fort Worth. Bass Performance Hall announced its 2019–2020 season of Broadway at the Bass on Wednesday — a lineup that includes classics like "Phantom of the Opera... Read more


Oh, Sleeper was quiet for a little while, when the Fort Worth metal band took a short hiatus after seven years touring the globe. During the three-year break, frontman Micah Kinard dabbled in all sorts of things — even spent a brief stint as a Re... Read more


Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Jan. 18 – Feb. 9 Traditional Western event at Will Rogers Memorial Center with food, rides and animals. Friday On the Green Once a month, April – Oct. Held at Magnolia Green, features the regio... Read more


  Growing, burgeoning and happenin’ are all synonymous with Fort Worth’s meteoric rise as one of the Lone Star State’s best cities to reside. In fact, Cowtown is practically bursting at the seams of its distressed jeans with all the new friend... Read more


It’s hard to imagine PRIM Construction’s office as a grocery store — that is, until you see the grid pattern on the floor where tile used to be or the overhead rolling door that leads to the back storage area. Such was the past life of the 22,00... Read more


“My newest toy is a thermal imaging sight for my TriArc AR-15, which I use when hunting hog — the Pulsar Thermal Imaging Sight Trail XQ50. It’s absolutely amazing.” -Ken Schaefer, president and owner, Schaefer Advertising Co. “The Outdoor E... Read more


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