Author: Bud Kennedy

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Seven journalists stepped in to carry Lee Harvey Oswald to his grave. [Read More]
Fifty years later, one story from John F. Kennedy's Fort Worth visit remains mostly untold. [Read More]
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For Oswald, Fort Worth was "as close to a home as he ever had." But to know Oswald, you also have to know his doting... [Read More]
Tags: Oswald - brawls - leaves
For white Christian Republican pastors stung by election results, it is no longer enough to just say Democrats are wrong. [Read More]
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Employees reported to work Monday at Southern Oaks Golf Club to find the property fenced with signs up reading: "Facility Closed." A prospective owner has... [Read More]
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Hey, Bud! expolains that a new, more casual Saint-Émilion is now open at 3617 W. Seventh St., serving family-style coq au vin or ribeye steak... [Read More]
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Cowtown Brewing is not going to threaten the top-ranked barbecue restaurants anytime soon. But if you can't get away from downtown, Cowtown is a good... [Read More]
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Rosako Bailey's cooking and charm put Rosako's Soul Food & BBQ on a Food Network show with Guy Fieri and now, on the Travel Channel.... [Read More]
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Every day is turkey and prime rib buffet day at the Zodiac, the restaurant serving a seasonal holiday buffet on the sixth floor of the... [Read More]
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The sparkling, polished new Skillet N Grill is now open and ready to serve turkey dinner at 1801 W. Division St., six blocks east of... [Read More]
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Jesús BBQ Family Restaurant, marking 50 years on South Main Street, is an old-timey short-order cafe with fried chicken, chicken-fried steak and enchilada dinners. Owner... [Read More]
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Raul Jiménez also introduced fajitas to Dallas-Fort Worth. [Read More]
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As late as 1956, if November had five Thursdays, the state had its own separate Thanksgiving holiday the last week. President Roosevelt had moved the... [Read More]
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By 1963, "white" and "colored" signs of segregation had come down in Fort Worth, but not the attitudes. [Read More]
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Evangelical Christians seem more sharply divided than ever over whether their message is about morality and evangelical Republican political power or about justice, righteousness and... [Read More]
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The Highland Park Cafeteria, Dallas' 93-year-old gold-standard of Southern cooking, offers both take-home dinners and a Turkey Day menu. It's a Dallas-Fort Worth tradition and... [Read More]
For 55 minutes in their first of three U.S. Senate campaign debates, Sen. Ted Cruz delivered a faithful conservatiive Republican message against mellow Democratic challenger... [Read More]
The 110-year-old Palace Theater lightbulb in the Stockyards Museum, the Top O'Hill Terrace gambling casino, the sci-fi Water Gardens and statues of J.R. Ewing and... [Read More]
"Hey, Bud!" answers questions about a new Hoffbrau, a new Hard Eight BBQ and the Greek Food Festival. (Dallas' is this week.) [Read More]
Hulen Mall is trying to improve mall food with KC-style BBQ, local coffee and baked-potato shops and a new Caribbean restaurant coming... [Read More]
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