Tag - Hispanic Heritage
Like a master chef who pulls from a wide range of influences, accordionist Abel Casillas has created a sonic cuisine that reflects Texas’ rich musical tapestry. The Fort Worth native is best known as the singer/songwriter/arranger for Squeezebox Bandits, the uber-popular country/Tex-Mex quartet that
Cumbia is party music. With its instantly recognizable rhythm, plethora of instruments and blend of cultural influences, it’s no wonder that the cumbia is loved across Latin America. Originating in Colombia in the 17 th century, this blend of indigenous and African music and dance achieved massive
Cinco de Mayo falls on #TacoTuesday this year, y'all! Bring the party home with portable beverages and excellent Mexican food when you order online for curbside pick up or delivery (some restaurants even offer free local delivery).
Before filmmaker Edy Martinez was creating the culinary EATFW and Chef Stories for Visit Fort Worth, his future seemed uncertain. The self-taught creator faced challenges but his passion pushed him to keep shooting to make his dreams come true.
The last few times I’ve had to grab food at the grocery store, red meat and chicken were often in short supply, but there was plenty of seafood to be had. I decided to make use of this with a classic Spanish-style tapa called Gambas al Ajillo.
Fort Worth is home to many talented Latinx artists who specialize in different mediums. From black-and-white line art drawings (that some have even gotten tattooed) to earrings made with local flowers and plants, there’s something for every art lover.
Art is all around us. You can even view it on your phone. Check out the many ways Fort Worth cultural institutions are sharing the beauty of their collections online. Artes de la Rosa Cultural Center The North Side cultural center recently released a visual tour of the show "Endangered Americas"
Posted On February 21, 2020 | Carmina Tiscareño
Most people recognize North Side as the home turf for the Fort Worth Stockyards.