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Ted Bauer

City Editor

Ted Bauer has lived in Fort Worth for a decade after growing up in NYC (and some other stops). He previously worked in various marketing and journalism roles, including ESPN, and loves hiking, craft beer, his wife and dog, and discovering new places with friends.

The rapidly growing pickleball company will be near Keller and likely open in early 2025.
The MLB All-Star game itself isn’t until Tuesday, July 16, but Fort Worth + Arlington will be abuzz with events all weekend.
This section of downtown is home to several long-term tenants, but changes are on the horizon.
A demolition permit has been issued for part of the site, and four other permits could be on the way.
We’ve started to hit 100 degrees with regularity. Where can one seek out some beautiful, cool popsicles?
North Fort Worth growth is nothing short of remarkable, but let’s break it down into categories and start with food options.
Watch the night sky light up around Tarrant County on Wednesday, July 3 and Thursday, July 4.
Learn more about fostering and adopting pets around Fort Worth.
Pack your reusable shopping bags, because we’ve rounded up 12 farmers markets around Fort Worth.
Following the success of hundreds of submissions in 2023, we are getting a jump on our 2024 contest.
Fort Worth recently approved the first community land trust in the city’s history. So, what exactly does that mean?
Walkability, safety, and maintaining the small town feel were all big answers on our survey.
Sometimes the moment demands emotion, good or bad, and you’re not in the comfort of your own home or car — so where in 817 can you turn on the waterworks?
The commercial corridor, located northeast of downtown, has undergone an evolution in recent years.
The reopened Mountains and Desert exhibit is part of Texas Wild! and contains the youth-focused Texas Nature Traders program.
Why we’re currently discussing what the city may look like in 2.5 decades — and how you can get involved in the process.
Have loads of fun playing whirlyball — essentially a mix of bumper cars, basketball, and lacrosse — and there’s a central location near Fort Worth.
The tournament runs through Sunday, July 14.
There are opportunities to comment on the future of LaGrave Field and what the city will look like in 2050.
The Thursday night runs, presented by Cox Racing Services, are now in their 39th year.
We’ve got some big buckets covered here: meat, beer, and axes.
The outfit’s 42nd annual Summer Dance Concert will run from June 20-23, featuring free lawn admission and a mix of classical and modern ballet.
We’re calling on our readers throughout the year to share their photographic perspective of Portland, with a winner selected in early 2025.
As Mental Health Awareness month draws to a close, here are nine resources to consider.
We spoke with Colonial Country Club general manager Frank Cordeiro about the renovations for the historic golf course.
Go bargain hunting with our Fort Worth happy hour guide, which highlights drink specials and food discounts throughout the city.
The Big 12 Baseball Tournament starts on Tuesday, May 21. Can the Horned Frogs make some noise?
The southeast section of downtown arguably has the most projects going on right now and could be a hub of the area within 3-5 years.
The “World’s Richest Women’s Rodeo” finals will be held on Saturday, May 18 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
Consider joining one of these two Fort Worth organizations designed to help nonprofits.