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By Rhonda Hole

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame inducted five noteworthy women at a ceremony held in Dickies Arena. Read more


Not every Fort Worthian has a go-to pair of cowboy boots and hat. Here are a few picks to add Western flair to your everyday style, just in time for the rodeo. 1. Sherpa Moto Sweater, Anthropologie, $178 | 2. Olivia Tapestry Cross... Read more


by Andrew Van Heusden Saddle up for a wild finish, because next week is the final week of this year’s Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. It’s not too late to grab your cowboy boots and see it all one last time. Here are some last-minute things to ... Read more


Elaine Agather is changing clothes in a horse stall inside Will Rogers Memorial Center when I ask her how she managed life as a working mom with two young daughters early on in her career. To be specific, she’s changing from a rhinestone-covered... Read more


“Adaptive reuse” is a development term that refers to renovating an old building to turn it into something new. That’s essentially what Rodger Chieffalo likes to do with hats – he takes an old hat (none of them are newer than 1970, he says) and a... Read more


A Guinness World Record holder is visiting the Fort Worth Stockyards – and he’s on sale. Bluegrass, a nine-year-old longhorn that holds the Guinness World Record for largest horn spread, arrived at the Stockyards on Wednesday. Last October, Blue... Read more


After a five-year run in the popular West 7th area, Teskey’s Uptown has closed for business. Locals will miss its “Rock ‘n Roll meets Cowboy Soul” selection. Have no fear though because Teskey’s Saddle & Tack Shop in Weatherford is still kickin’.... Read more


We are proud to announce, that two community bloggers - Jackie McGinnis and Trey Chapman will be covering various topics related to all things Western! Stay tuned! Read more

Fort Worth

Bert Devers was 94 and had never attended a day of church. But two months after he started attending a cowboy church, he made his profession of faith. Two broken hips postponed his baptism for two years, but in October last year, church elders an... Read more


The March magazine is out the door to the printer and the creative staff — that’s Senior Art Director Craig Sylva, Art Directors Spray Gleaves and Ed Woolf, Managing Editor Jennifer Casseday-Blair and me — gets a little bit of a break. Not too mu... Read more


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