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- Improvised Silence, FTW
Last year around this time, Fort Worth’s experimental-improv Hentai Improvising Orchestra had decided to forgo public performances entirely. The quartet’s challenging nonlinear sonic art doesn’t necessarily jibe with traditional venues, full of drinkers, smokers, and chatty Cathys.
- City Grants a Reprieve
Last month, Fort Worth Weekly told readers about Sharon Baker’s battle to repair her crumbling Eastside home (“Seeking Shelter,” Dec. 21, 2011). In 1964, she saw her mother and father shot to death there. Since then she’s had what some people might characterize as an unhealthy fixation on the house, where she still lives as a disabled recluse.
- Cody Jinks Hits 30
The lanky stoner-looking dude at the bar at the White Elephant Saloon in the Stockyards might seem a little out of place amid all the Rockies and Stetsons, and you might wonder if the regulars figure he got lost on his way to a heavy metal show.
- More Woes at Dunbar?
The mother of one Dunbar athlete who was pinched on the nipples repeatedly by then-principal Doug Williams says that, although the incidents happened three months ago, no one with the Fort Worth school district has ever told her what actually happened to her son.
- Water restrictions unlikely to be lifted right away
Officials remain concerned that dry conditions in North Texas will persist.
- Toddler mauled by as many as seven dogs in Lake Worth
The 18-month-old had crawled through a doggy door of his home while the parents were sleeping.
- Obama offers help to Fort Worth job-seeker in online chat
Jennifer Wedel of Fort Worth was selected as one of of only a handful of Americans who sought to ask the president on Google Plus. Thousands had applied to participate.
- GM expected to locate stamping plant in Arlington
The proposed $200 million stamping facility would add another 180 jobs in Arlington.
- Mailbox Thefts Lead to Mail Safety Concerns
Stolen mail boxes in Richardson have police alerting residents about mail safety.
- Warm Weather Leads to More Outdoor Accidents
North Texas doctors say they are seeing more patients with outdoor injuries as people get outside to enjoy the unseasonably warm weather.
- Toddler Attacked by 4 Dogs Near Lake Worth
A toddler was rushed to the emergency room late Monday afternoon after a dog attack near Lake Worth.
- Greyhound Suspends Service to Garland
Travelers in Garland will have to catch the bus from Mesquite or Downtown Dallas.
- Charred Denton School Rallies Parents, Staff To Move Forward
Students, teachers and parents in Denton will work to put a fire behind them and focus on the future during a Monday night meeting.
- Dallas City Manager Warns To Expect $50M – $90M Budget Shortfall
The first look at the projected budget at Dallas City Hall next year is not good: In figures released to the council, the city manager’s office estimates a budget shortfall of between $50 million and $90 million.
- Through The Lens: Rodeo For The Blind
“It’s boots and chaps, it’s cowboy hats. It’s spurs and latigo” that’s how Garth Brooks describes the rodeo, but when you go to the rodeo what do you see? There are lots of sights to take in, everything [...]
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- Toddler Attacked By Dogs At Fort Worth Home
A Fort Worth toddler has been hospitalized after being mauled by at least one dog Monday afternoon near Lake Worth.
- Time Running Out For State Electoral Maps Agreement
Time is running out for a minority group and the State Attorney General’s office to agree on how to draw new political maps.