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Posts from December 2014

For the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth, there may be no better place to premiere a concert by the prestigious Dicterow-deMaine-Biegel Piano Trio than the architecturally enthralling Renzo Piano Pavilion of the Kimbell Art Museum. For that is precisely the stunning venue for this concert coming
If your new year's resolution involves catching more of Fort Worth's vibrant nightlife, then planning for New Year's Eve is a must. Throughout Cowtown, Fort Worthians will be counting down the new year through a myriad of fanciful events featuring local musicians and top-notch food and drinks.
Whether it's the chill of a North Texan December, or the steam heat of a Fort Worth summer, it's always the season for comedy in the madcap vein of The Explorers Club. And no local theater feels more strongly about the welcome need for humor at any time of the year than Stage West, which is mounting
With less than 20 days until Christmas, the pressure is on to find the perfect gift - at the last minute. Whether shopping for a jetsetter or the ultimate foodie, check out these Fort Worth-based specialty shops for one-of-a-kind gifts worth fighting over: Vending Nut Company: Offering a large

Kimbell Kids Drop-In Studio

Posted On December 8, 2014 | Josie Villa-Singleton

The Kimbell Art Museum offers a wonderful opportunity for children to explore and enjoy art through their Kids Drop-In Studio program. Children (12 and under) and their adult companions are guided by the Kimbell staff through a brief gallery activity and a related studio art project. Children will

Lola's Saloon, Off the Beaten Path

Posted On December 2, 2014 | Edward Brown

Nestled one block north of the bustling West 7th street is a popular bar/music venue that you're unlikely to stumble upon by accident. The location off 6th Street and Foch Street can hardly be called a busy thoroughfare, yet night after night the street is packed with a loyal following of