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In January 1911, Roland Garros lifted off from the grounds of a horse racing track just west of downtown Fort Worth in his Bleriot XI, becoming the first heavier-than-air-flight in the City of Fort Worth. The spirit of that day struck a vein in the city which has never left. Aviation History The
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.
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.
The Fort Worth Cultural District is one of the best kept secrets in America: a compact area home to some of the most important museums in the country. Spend a day discovering the masterpieces with your loved one in hand.
Posted On October 1, 2019 | Laurie James
October is Arts Month in Fort Worth! As part of a nod to the culture found abundantly throughout Funkytown, here’s a shortlist of some of the arts programming occurring in Fort Worth, courtesy of our friends at The Arts Council of Fort Worth.
Thanks to the creative programming of the Kimbell Art Museum, there are many ways to experience Monet: The Late Years. In addition to visiting the Kimbell Art Museum to view the exhibit, several Fort Worth businesses are helping to promote the show through unique flower bouquets, cocktails and other