In Focus

In Focus

Visionary sisters transform tired properties around Fort Worth

Since they opened their commercial real estate business, M2G (short for Miller Second Generation) behind the M&O Burger joint in west Fort Worth two years ago, Susan Miller Gruppi and Jessica Miller Worman have acquired $40 million of fixer-upper properties, almost all of them in Fort Worth, transforming them into some of the most sought-after structures in the city.

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Incorporate succulents so you don’t have to toss the entire bouquet

Love is forever, but wedding flowers are fleeting. Thanks to a growing trend, however, bouquets, centerpieces and boutonnieres don’t have to go to waste after the last dance. Including succulents in the floral mix allows wedding flowers to live long past the big day and gives the bride and groom a special remembrance to keep and grow in their home.

Videos

Emmy winner Gaby Natale in the studio with Indulge Magazine

'SuperLatina' uses her voice to power her dreams and inspire Latino voters
Video by Laura Woodside, Edited by Jeremy Cannon
Emmy winner Gaby Natale in the studio with Indulge Magazine 1:15

Emmy winner Gaby Natale in the studio with Indulge Magazine

Infestation of dry wood termites calls for drastic measures 1:40

Infestation of dry wood termites calls for drastic measures

Cole Hamels says he got himself in trouble vs. Indians 2:03

Cole Hamels says he got himself in trouble vs. Indians

Falling behind hitters was biggest issue for Rangers pitchers Monday 2:34

Falling behind hitters was biggest issue for Rangers pitchers Monday