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Last Build Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2018 22:08:48 +0000


Comment on Fort Worth Now or Later? by Brooks

Thu, 22 Mar 2018 22:08:48 +0000

Hear Fort Worth holds an open to the public mixer on the first Tuesday of every month at a different venue. This months mixer will be at MASS on April 3 from 6pm to 9pm. It is a come and go, casual event and anyone is welcome. We'd love hear your ideas over a beer about how we can improve this event for next year.

Comment on Fixe Me Another by Forrest Preece

Thu, 22 Mar 2018 17:56:24 +0000

We agree about this place, Susie! We get Fixed Up in Austin on a regular basis and we are so glad to find out that the Fort Worth version is just as wonderful. The food is spectacular too. No life is complete without their biscuits, deviled eggs, blackened snapper, and pork shoulder.

Comment on Fort Worth Now or Later? by Every musician not in a roots rock band

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 23:59:36 +0000

THANK YOU! What a waste of time and resources.

Comment on A Poor Reflection? by Stacey

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 23:28:07 +0000

I really enjoyed reading this story! Of course it makes me mad and I just don't understand what the problem is...these refugee kids need love...this couple wants to provide it...what would Jesus do? All that is accomplished by this labeling and judging and so forth is that kids suffer. I know that Catholic Charities does a lot of good work in our community so reading this kind of blew me away. I mean I know about the religion and its beliefs but they are federally funded and shouldn't love supersede religion? Let's just let people love each other in whatever form that might take. Thank you to the author for writing this!

Comment on A Poor Reflection? by DENISE J WILCOX

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 22:51:22 +0000

I know Bryn personally and have only respect for her. Together she and Fatma are the driving force of change and acceptance through reason and love. So proud to know them. i wish them all the best!

Comment on On Tap in Fort Worth: Turning Point Beer Opens by Jeff Prince

Tue, 20 Mar 2018 15:42:28 +0000

Editor's note: Thanks for pointing out the error. The blogger misidentified Airport Freeway. The post has been updated with the correct info.

Comment on On Tap in Fort Worth: Turning Point Beer Opens by Fred

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 23:54:59 +0000

When did Bedford expand to I-30?

Comment on Take ’Em Down by E. R.

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:02:41 +0000

Thanks for your response and candor Harold. I think we both wish it was otherwise; but, sadly, it's not.

Comment on On Chili and Yoga Pants by David

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 11:39:11 +0000

It’s not possible for me to be willfully ignorant of information I don’t possess. Information that you’re asking me to take solely at your word. Here’s the gist from your original article, clearly you’ve forgotten what you’ve written: “Being a tone-deaf misogynist isn’t a crime, and Chapman is allowed to say whatever he wants on his social media channels or anywhere else. But what he has characterized as a harmless joke created a social media brushfire. After his comment metastasized throughout various closed Facebook groups, multiple women accused Chapman of harassment and gave personal accounts to me of what they believe are inappropriate behaviors. The Weekly doesn’t want that associated with our brand, so we cut ties with Chapman, who was to be a co-host of our chili cook off.” You make (0) references to interviewing 10 women, multiple could mean anywhere from 2-1,000’s. And as no one has come forward to accuse him directly, your entire accusation is hearsay. Regardless of how you and your editors choose to phrase it. The bottom line is this, if you can’t prove what you’ve written here, it’s defamatory, whether it’s true or not. You’re a food blogger assasinating someone's character based on gossip. That’s it, that’s all that you’ve accomplished here. And until you can publish something to corroborate what you’ve written, you’re the one who's damaging the #metoo movement. If the women you’re “quoting,” want to remain anonymous then you aren’t doing them any favors by reporting this, in this way. And again, pointing out your failings and lack of ethical journalism makes me in no way “complicit” in Chapman’s alleged harassment. “Alleged,” that’s the word professional journalists use when they don’t have proof of what they’re reporting. But then you’d have to admit that you’re not able to back up your claims if you did that, wouldn’t you?

Comment on In Defense of Leon Russell by Raven Hunter

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 19:53:18 +0000

It is so sad to me how few young adults bother to educate themselves on important rock history. I feel lucky to have lived through so much amazing music, and Leon was at the epicenter of so much of it - not only beyond musically gifted, but beautiful. I kick myself that I didn't catch him again some years back when I had the chance. His arrangement of "With a Little Help from my Friends" for Joe Cocker will ALWAYS be one of my favorite covers of a Beatles song, (I even played his organ part for church once, in my years as a teenage church organist substitute!) and "Delta Lady" one of my all-time favorite songs. He did SO MUCH! I thank you deeply from the bottom of my heart, Leon, for all the great music you gave us. RIP.