Category - Arts and Culture
Posted On July 7, 2017 | Edward Brown
Musicians, venues, and recording studios rely on each other as much as we depend on them to keep the tunes rolling. The local scene took a hit with the recent loss of The Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge . But don’t fret. Innovative concert halls and recording studios are ensuring Fort Worth’s musicians
Summer is in full swing and so are all the ways you can have a blast in Cowtown this July! We have the coolest ways to enjoy summer for the whole family. From splashing in the water, celebrating our country’s birthday to flying high with Peter Pan, the sky’s the limit for family fun in Fort Worth.
School’s out and summer camp is in! Fill the calendar with fun ways to educate, entertain and excite the children no matter their interests. Whether you’re looking for five days of fun or just a day to keep the kids busy, you will find it in Fort Worth.
Fort Worth’s art scene has a lot to offer. From the iconic cultural venues such as the lauded Kimbell Art Museum and Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth that tout the works of history's greats to the many talented local artists showcasing their work at small pop-ups throughout the city. This commitment
Throughout 2017 we’ve been highlighting cool new developments that are springing up all over town. We've now set our sights on The Foundry District , which stretches out behind Montgomery Plaza on Carroll Street. The space is almost equidistant between the well-established doings on 7 th Street and
The 72nd annual Fort Worth Invitational runs May 21-27th at one of Fort Worth’s most venerable institutions, the Colonial Country Club . Here's what to see, do and eat around the greens. THE FIRST THING TO KNOW The event requires a ticket , but once you’re in, you’ll find access to most events and
The plush genre of opera remains a mystery to some in the Fort Worth area. Which is astounding given the fact that the Fort Worth Opera has been right in their midst since 1946. If you are one of those who has not yet stepped into this magical realm, I encourage you to attend at least one of the
As we celebrate the 150 th anniversary of the Chisholm Trail , it’s especially fitting to talk about the path that the original Trail carved through what we now call the Stockyards National Historic District. At the time of Trail, the Main Street Bridge did not exist for cowboys to herd cattle across