Wednesday, April 24, 2002


Outdoor market under construction
Workers transform abandoned building into city attraction
By Anthony Kirchner
Staff Reporter
Construction workers will be working for the next month to finish transforming an old, abandoned building in downtown Fort Worth into a new attraction for residents around the city.

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Area mom prepares to deploy with Air Force
300 Fort Worth reservists deployed since October
By Laura McFarland
Staff Reporter

Maj. Susan Crum takes her responsibilities as a mom very seriously. So when she gets on a plane in August to fly to an unknown destination for three months, she said, it’s going to be one of the hardest things she’s ever had to do.
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Delectable dilemma
Molly Beuerman/SKIFF STAFF
Shane Perkins, a freshman biology major, looks at the options available Tuesday at the truck-load sale organized by Sodexho Marriott Services. Free popcorn and snow cones will be given away for the second day in a row today in the Reed-Sadler mall as part of the on-going sale, said Imogene Bundage, retail manager. Designed to give students with excess money on their meal cards a chance to buy bulk items, Bundage said all the items offered are 5 percent off the normal retail price. “Most of the Gatorade, soft drinks and Red Bull seem to be selling well, but we’ll have plenty more to sell (today) too,” she said. “We have cases of everything from laundry detergent to snacks.” The sale will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today.
— Kami Lewis
Food

Discovering Dining Delights
Testing out the little-known Fort Worth restaurants

Kincaid’s serves hamburgers with standing room only

French-Mediterranean cuisine offered at affordable prices

Benito’s provides authentic Mexican food and environment

Edelweiss features German food, polka music and dance floor
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