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Hippie Revolutions


Arts & Entertainment

How the UNT Health Science Center Helps Artists and Performers Get Back on Stage

The Fort Worth clinic is offering free healthcare to creatives who are uninsured or have high deductibles. Doctors hope the effort raises awareness of a need that often goes ignored.
Politics & Government

Dallas Police Steal* $100,000 from Woman at Love Field

Texas law allows law enforcement to seize property without providing evidence of wrongdoing. That needs to change.
By Peter Simek

Tom Spicer Announces March Dinner Series at Garden Café

Tom Spicer found a home in a space next to Garden Café where he’ll be plowing the field and hosting his informal, yet educational Thursday-night dinners for March. Here's the schedule.
By Nancy Nichols
Food Crime

Tom Spicer Sells His Crops From New Digs Next to Garden Cafe

After losing his space on Fitzhugh, he's selling out of the Garden Cafe.
By Nancy Nichols
Farmers Markets

Tom Spicer in Danger of Losing FM 1410

Tom Spicer has been a farmer and forager around here for over 30 years. His tiny produce shop with a lovely garden out back is a great source for locally grown, healthy vegetables and produce. He is in danger of losing his business.
By Nancy Nichols



To Detect and Serve: The Wild Detectives Brews Excellent Coffee

This Oak Cliff bookstore just opened last month. And the eats are good.
By Matthew Shelley

Fried and True: Pier 247 Brings Seafood to Bishop Arts District

When the oil is hot at Pier 247 Seafood Grill & Bar, you want to be around. The secret to this old gas station building at Davis and Madison—which opens for its first dinner tonight—is Pier 247's two chefs, John Fleming and Ty Frazier, and a deep fryer. They love Cajun food, and they love to feed people.
By Rick Lopez
International Food

CrushCraft Thai Offers Cheap Street Eats, Opens Monday, Jan. 27

Uptown is getting a new late-night food option.
By Carol Shih