Posts from January 2021
Fort Worth is home to 200+ open-air patios and several newcomers are adding to these options. Whether you’re looking to explore innovative cocktails or simply want to explore a new watering hole, keep these new bars in mind.
February is Black History Month and since 1976 every residing president has recognized a specific theme. In 2021, the theme “Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity” explores the African diaspora, and the spread of Black families across the United States (History.com).
After years of regular visits to Niles City Sound to record and produce albums, musician/producer Robert Ellis recently moved to Fort Worth to work more closely with the studio’s co-owner Josh Block. After living in Houston, Nashville and, more recently, Austin, Ellis said he chose to make Fort Worth his home for personal and professional reasons.
Sisters Donya and Donna Craddock, owners of The Dock Bookshop, have found success where many larger chain bookstores have failed. Celebrating their 13th year, the sisters’ ethnically diverse book shop has become the largest full-service, Black-owned independent bookstore in Texas and the Southwest.
Live shows are slowly, but steadily, on the rise in the Fort, and one of the most popular spots to catch a socially distanced music act is at a local beer brewery or one of Fort Worth’s craft beer-centric pubs or restaurants.