A Fort Worth couple and their friends witnessed the attack Friday on author Salman Rushdie during a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in western New York. Rushdie suffered stab wounds…
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Early in the morning on Aug. 11 cars lined alongside Stalcup Road to receive meals from the Tarrant Area Food Bank. “We help the community, especially here in Stop Six, because it’s one of the areas with more poverty,” said…
Riverside Barbershop owner Alexander Alvarado grew up poor. These days, he gives back to children who grew up like him by giving away school supplies, backpacks and free back-to-school haircuts. “I like to do these kinds of things because when…
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