Author: Laurie James
Laurie James has written about food, people, music, and the arts for multiple publications in Fort Worth and across Texas since 2006.
Nothing gets you into the holiday mood like a seasonal musical, ballet or even a classic holiday movie. Fort Worth is full of the Spirit of Christmas past (and Christmas presents)! Here’s your Art and About roundup, holiday-style. Irving Berlin’s White Christmas runs November 14 - 19. As part of
Buying a gift for the Fort Worth fanatic in your life? Here are our top picks for the best shops with the most Cowtown flair. Billy Bob's Texas As the World’s Largest Honky Tonk , Billy Bob’s Texas has a fittingly big gift store. Of course you can get t-shirts, caps, and accessories, but Billy Bob’s
In our episodic highlighting of new property developments in Tarrant County, we turn west, toward The River District . Nestled on the banks of the Trinity River between Isbell Road and Roberts Cutoff , and bisected by White Settlement Road , the River District is a jumping off point for almost
It’s finally fall, and that means that the weather will turn colder….eventually, right? Here are 10 restaurants where you can find the soup of your dreams. At Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine , you will find a twist on the classic tomato soup, roasted tomato and jalapeño soup , which is a little spicier
College dining doesn’t always mean fast food and grease. TCU’ s campus is embedded into a quality neighborhood where the non-chain dining options are awesome. Although there are some stellar high-end options ( Silver Fox Steakhouse , HG Sply Co , East Hampton Sandwich Co ., Pacific Table and The Tavern
There’s no shortage of sweet treats in Fort Worth. Between Melt Ice Creams , Dude, Sweet Chocolate , Steel City Pops , Gypsy Scoops , and Sweet Sammies , you could have fresh, local sweet goodness almost every day of the week. Here are six more unique places to sate your sweet tooth in the Fort. 1.
Fort Worth is blessed to have a formal Cultural District and a thriving arts scene. From indoor exhibits and priceless art to outside music festivals and unique public art, here are a few of the opportunities to appreciate Fort Worth’s artsier side. Yarnbombing, anyone? The Foundry District ’s hosted
Hatch, New Mexico, is a small town between Las Cruces and Truth Or Consequences . Over Labor Day weekend every year at the closing of the eponymous chile pepper harvest that put Hatch on the map, the town throws a festival for their main crop that draws folks from as far away as Great Britain and is covered by major news outlets and, of course, the Food Network .