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Fort Worth families try to create homey harmony for Cliburn pianists

Fort Worth families try to create homey harmony for Cliburn pianists

Competitors for the 16th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition will soon be flying into Fort Worth ahead of the preliminary round, which begins June 2.After they land, instead of taxiing to nearby hotels, the contestants will be met at the airport by local families.Throughout their time at the competition, each of the 30 competitors will…

Local photographer makes modern heirlooms with tintype portraits

Local photographer makes modern heirlooms with tintype portraits

In the latest installment of our occasional conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Sheena Dorton, photographer and owner of Ruby Bellows Tintype, spoke with arts and culture editor Marcheta Fornoff ahead of leading a tintype session as part of Fort Worth Foto Fest on May 15. This conversation has been edited for length and clarity. For…

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#61 Rollin n Bowlin Audio

#61 Rollin n Bowlin Audio

What started off as a class project at TCU grew into a health food company that spans the nation. Austin Patry and Sophia Karbowski are the cofounders of Rollin n Bowlin,…

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