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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
Every day across Fort Worth, hundreds of painters, photographers, and sculptors hone their craft, creating captivating works of beauty that invite reflection and contemplation. But only twice a year do Fort Worth’s galleries, through the Fort Worth Association of Gallery Dealers, present Gallery
Billy Bob’s Texas is a frequent destination for many of the nation's biggest touring bands. The world's largest honky-tonk caters to thousands of fans on any given week, but the club’s staff are always looking for ways to improve the Billy Bob’s experience. Billy Bob’s Marketing Director Chris
The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo offers several side attractions that could hold their own as premier entertainment events. One great example, the Coors Light Roadhouse , will host dozens of world-class Country and Americana music acts near the Will Rogers Memorial Center Jan. 13 through Feb. 4.

Musical Odes to Fort Worth

Posted On December 8, 2016 | Edward Brown

Fort Worth’s music scene is more than the sum of its music venues, festivals and performers. The city, with its rich blend of culture and history, inspires local musicians to pen Cowtown’s beauty in verse. Here are five local musicians who captured their hometown love affair in song. "Good

Happiest Hours in Fort Worth

Posted On December 5, 2016 | Laurie James

‘Tis always the season to think about cocktails, good food and making merry. Here are a few suggestions for Fort Worth’s happiest hours. 44 Bootlegger – The retailer-turned-bar on Magnolia offers 44 craft beers, 44 wines from around the world, and a lovely selection of craft cocktails. The menu is

River Ranch Stockyards

Posted On November 10, 2016 | Laurie James

Nothing can touch the Fort Worth Stockyards for a glance back at Fort Worth’s cowboy past. The Stockyards have been a working market for selling cattle and horses since the days of the Chisholm Trail . But the area was also big on commerce and banking, earning the title “ Wall Street of the West .” The