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Posts from June 2015

July 4th in the Fort

Posted On June 29, 2015 | Cori Jo Navarro

The 4 th of July is a time to celebrate friends, family, food and fireworks, and Fort Worth's celebrations are some of the best in Texas. Whether you are looking for a day on the river, some country music, a football experience or awe-inspiring fireworks, Fort Worth has you covered. Fort Worth's
"Food doesn't have to be expensive to be great, nor does it require a white table cloth." This is the beginning of Fixture Kitchen and Social Lounge's philosophy on food. Real food in a comfortable atmosphere, craft beer and spirits, boutique wines and local sourcing; this is all music to my ears

Juneteenth 150th Celebration

Posted On June 18, 2015 | Cori Jo Navarro

In honor of Juneteenth's 150th anniversary, Fort Worth has an exciting lineup of events prepared for this weekend, June 19 - 21. Juneteenth commemorates the ending of slavery in the United States on June 19, 1865, nearly two years after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. The
The repurposing of the old Texas & Pacific Railway Station's bottom floor into the vintage T&P Tavern feels like the ideal fate for the historic space that once bustled with thousands of people traveling by rail. The large space was once an important transit point both for soldiers heading to and
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History brings math, science and history to life with their interactive exhibits and activities. The latest offering, Design Zone, shows how mathematical concepts like algebra influence the creative design process. What do algebra and drum beats have to do with
If you're not lucky enough to attend, in person, the soaring quality theater productions offered annually by the National Theatre of Great Britain, Amphibian Stage Productions, paired with the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, has just your ticket -- literally -- to remedy that situation. Through