Author: Rush Olson
A Fort Worth native, Rush Olson has spent two decades directing creative efforts for sports teams and broadcasters. He currently creates ad campaigns, television programs, and related creative projects for sports entities and other clients through his company, Rush Olson Creative & Sports.
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.
You've probably strolled through a park near your house, apartment or hotel. Perhaps you've made a trip to the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens or Fort Worth Nature Center Refuge. Here are a few more opportunities to experience the natural world around you.
Local and televised sports may have temporarily ceased but fear not. To help you with this dilemma, we’ve curated a list of 25 of the greatest sports movies ever, and where to find them. We’ve listed several options for watching these movies, but we don’t claim to have found all of them. In most cases, there are additional options for renting or buying them.
Here’s a list of a dozen fun things you can do along Fort Worth's Trinity Trails. 1. Panther Island Pavilion From downtown, follow Taylor Street north to the Trinity River. You’ll find Panther Island Pavilion, a scenic venue on the Trinity River with the beautiful downtown Fort Worth skyline as a
Dickies Arena hosts noteworthy sporting events, concerts and more on a weekly (and sometimes nightly) basis. If you’ve flown in to see your hometown team or driven up to rock with your favorite band, here's what you can do around the Arena before the event begins.
This weekend, a premier event in women’s artistic gymnastics comes to Cowtown. Here are a few key things to know about the event. When and where will it be held? The action takes place at the Fort Worth Convention Center arena Thursday, January 23rd – Sunday, January 26th Who will compete? Junior
Fort Worth has recently become a destination for big events in Olympic disciplines, including gymnastics and basketball. This month, the city doubles down on that momentum with two overlapping events featuring not only Olympic sports, but also competitors likely to compete in Japan in 2020.
The NFL will come to Fort Worth in January. Or at least a lot of its teams’ scouts will. Talent evaluators from CFL and XFL franchises will make appearances as well. They’ll all come to see college players who hope to earn roster spots with one of their organizations next season.