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Watauga’s gourmet gas station is worth the drive

Watauga’s gourmet gas station is worth the drive

Published Nov 12, 2011

When a friend told me about a restaurant that had nationally-known bread pudding, her eyes lit up with excitement. I soon learned that this was no ordinary neighborhood cafe, but a gourmet diner with a...

Students express their love for gender varieties and mothers

Published Nov 11, 2011

ANDREA BOLT: Just as that little bead of sweat hanging on the very southernmost tip of her nose takes its plunge toward the gym floor, she grits her teeth as she grips the bar balancing on her shoulders...

Student remembers couch surfing trips

Student remembers couch surfing trips

Published Nov 11, 2011

Couch surfing has become a worldwide phenomenon that is dedicated to creating a network of people who can offer a couch (or bed) to travelers on their journey. Through a common sense of hospitality, couch...

TCU alumnus: There’s no rush like breaking news

Published Nov 11, 2011

Kent Chapline lives for the rush. “There’s no rush like breaking news,” said Chapline, executive director of digital media at CBS in Fort Worth and Dallas. On paper, Chapline’s...

National music scene heats up locally

National music scene heats up locally

Published Nov 11, 2011

ALBUMS Paramore: After two of their original members broke off, Paramore is back and ready to prove they’ve still got it. Keep an eye out for their new album, appearing at the start of the new...

Condoleezza Rice receives a TCU football jersey

Condoleezza Rice receives a TCU football jersey

Published Nov 11, 2011

Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice received a TCU football jersey from Chancellor Victor Boschini Wednesday at a World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth event.

Council President and CEO Jim Falk and Boschini wanted to give Rice something, and decided on a TCU football jersey because of her love of sports.

TCU and Fort Worth take note of sexual progression

TCU and Fort Worth take note of sexual progression

Published Nov 11, 2011

Down an easy-to-miss, unassuming side street behind Dos Gringos restaurant lies a business with an idea new to the city of Fort Worth. The store isn’t intimidating or cliché, which is easy...

‘Paranormal Activity 3’ delivers expected thrills

Published Oct 28, 2011

I can’t help but imagine the pre-production process on a film like Paranormal Activity 3. I can imagine the writer, director, producer and the studio executive all huddled around a desk, hammering out...

First arthouse theatre to open on Magnolia Avenue

Published Oct 28, 2011

For years, film buffs living in Fort Worth might have had to drive to Dallas to see independent films on a big screen. But soon those long drives will be a thing of the past. The Citizen Theater would...

Student organizations help Fort Worth Zoo Halloween event

Published Oct 28, 2011

Boo at the Zoo will be held this weekend at the Fort Worth Zoo, and some university organizations are helping with the event. Boo at the Zoo is the 20th annual family-friendly halloween event at the Fort...

Alumna volunteers at haunted house for 23 years

Published Oct 28, 2011

After 23 years of volunteering for Hangman’s House of Horrors, alumna Darla Robinson considers herself “boo-proof.” Robinson, who graduated from TCU in 1985 with a degree in Radio-TV-Film,...

Halloween attractions provide scares

Published Oct 28, 2011

Two local haunted houses, Cutting Edge and Hangman’s House of Horrors, provide opportunities for students to get into the Halloween spirit. Cutting Edge Haunted House, located on Lancaster Avenue, is...