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Passover –– the Jewish holiday that commemorates the freedom from slavery and the promise of redemption –– is usually a communal and festive holiday. With current times in mind, here are some ways to celebrate the festival at home, which runs from sundown on April 8 to sundown April 16. Bubbe’s
Someone said that art is everywhere around us, if we only know where to look. In Fort Worth, that's especially true because the city is home to a fairly large blend of traditional and modern art -- and a lot of it's free to the public. Here are 15 public art pieces for your viewing pleasure. 1.
Being a mom may be the best job in the world, but sometimes it can be hard to remember that when she's elbow deep in stinky diapers, last-minute school projects, and a mess of dirty dishes. And that's not including her own long list of to-dos. Help mom unwind this Mother's Day with our handy list of ways to relax and recharge in Fort Worth.
There’s a palpable energy and natural beauty in the voice of singer-songwriter and Weatherford-native Van Darien, something akin to a wild rose that’s in full bloom yet braving the elements. Like most professional musicians, Van Darien’s days are full of networking, songwriting, booking, and
As Music Director of 95.9 FM The Ranch, Shayne Hollinger has his thumb on the pulse of Fort Worth’s Texas/Americana music scene. The local bands he promotes on his station share a passion for honest storytelling through verse. Last November, Hollinger highlighted 5 Fort Worth artists on the rise.
Our love for Cowtown runs deep, but that’s easy when there’s always something awesome to make, see and do! This month is devoted to activities that don’t just entertain you, but also educate you and your family. Here are our top picks for the month: February 4 & 5, 2017 Walk-Up Workshops at SiNaCa
Super Bowl LI will be played as close to Fort Worth as any for the foreseeable future (sites have been scheduled through 2021). Houston hosts the 51st championship game on Feb. 5, 5:30PM CST, and while Fort Worth has never hosted the game, the city has made an impact on it. On the field, players
Fort Worth-area breweries have become vibrant community centers. Most are family and dog friendly. All regularly host special events and concerts in addition to weekly tours. Visiting the birthplace of your favorite local craft beer is a great way to meet the folks who proudly make your brews and
Texas is larger, geographically speaking, than over 150 of the countries participating in this summer’s Olympic Games. For that matter, the population of North Central Texas, at 7 million-plus, exceeds that of more than 100 Olympic nations. So, as you might expect, the region has produced its share