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Visual Arts

Conjuring Spirits and Community at Fort Worth’s Kinfolk House

The artist Sedrick Huckaby and his wife, the photographer Letitia Huckaby, set about transforming his late grandmother’s home into a community arts space. Let’s go inside.
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Fort Worth

The New Mule Alley Will Change How You Feel about Fort Worth

Here's why you should visit the buzzy new Cowtown development just off the Stockyards.
By Sarah Bennett
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Weekend Getaways

How to Spend a Day in Fort Worth

Take a day trip to our sister city. It’s more avant-garde than you think.
A packed tray of barbecue (ribs, links, beans, mac, slaw, bread) from Goldee's Barbecue
Restaurant Review

Goldee’s Barbecue Doesn’t Chase Trends, It Honors Tradition

The (somewhat) new Fort Worth joint stays true to Central Texas barbecue: perfectly executed simplicity.
By Daniel Walker
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Drinking

This TCU Couple Is Opening A Big New Brewery and Biergarten In Fort Worth

Cowtown’s newest craft brewer plans to bring 14,000-square foot Maple Branch Craft Brewing to The Foundry District.
By Kelsey J. Vanderschoot

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Fort Worth

How a Fort Worth Native Found an Oscar Winner for His Debut Feature

Dunbar High School grad Iver Jallah wrote the script for the Southern Gothic thriller Grand Isle, which will debut this week at the Lone Star Film Festival.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Festivals

How Tom Huckabee’s 40-Year Obsession Emerged as a Tribute to Bill Paxton

The Fort Worth filmmaker's new version of the 1970s post-apocalyptic oddity Taking Tiger Mountain revisits Paxton's first starring role.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Arts & Entertainment

In Fort Worth, A Burgeoning Arts Scene Begins to Change the City

The city to our west has more energy than any artistic movement in the region. And the institutions are beginning to take notice. Here's what Dallas can learn.
By Darryl Ratcliff
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Business

Fort Worth Is Trying To Escape Dallas’ Shadow

The inside story of how stakeholders are coming together with plans to capture and sustain economic development in the city where the West begins.
By Julia Bunch
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Fort Worth

Is Fort Worth As Doomed As This 500-Page Report Makes It Seem?

The city, long defined by the doctrines of its past oligarchs, finds itself at a crossroads.
By james russell