Posts from May 2020
Posted On May 25, 2020 | Autumn Rose Reo
Disc golf, badminton, chess and bowling - four games perfect for a winning family experience. Here's where you can play in Fort Worth.
Like a Master Chef who pulls from a wide range of influences, accordionist Abel Casillas has created a sonic cuisine that reflects Texas’ rich musical tapestry. The Fort Worth native is best known as the singer/songwriter/arranger for Squeezebox Bandits, the uber-popular country/Tex-Mex quartet that
Staying active outdoors is important to our overall physical and mental health during this time -- all while maintaining social distancing. Lucky for us, Fort Worth contains nearly 300 parks that cover more than 12,000 acres. Here are 10 parks, and a sprinkle of trailheads, that are less trafficked.
Cumbia is party music. With its instantly recognizable rhythm, plethora of instruments and blend of cultural influences, it’s no wonder that the cumbia is loved across Latin America. Originating in Colombia in the 17 th century, this blend of indigenous and African music and dance achieved massive
Memorial Day Weekend is the unofficial kick off to summer. Here are 10 ways to celebrate the holiday weekend in Fort Worth. 1. Cycle the Trinity Trails with a bike rental from Fort Worth Bike Sharing, Mellow Johnny's or your own. There's plenty of public parks to visit that are off the beaten path.
Thousands of Fort Worthians, Texans and folks from around the world had their eyes on a recent live-stream music show in the Near Southside. R&B sensation Leon Bridges and local singer-songwriter Abraham Alexander uplifted spirits as part of a fundraising concert that netted more than $60,000 for local artists.