Posted On April 15, 2019 | Rush Olson
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Friday begins one of the city’s largest sporting events of the year, the National Collegiate Women's Gymnastics Championship. The two-day event at the Fort Worth Convention Center will determine NCAA Division I team and individual national champions in the sport of artistic gymnastics. ”The NCAA
When one of the best 5 zoos in the country as recognized by USA Today is perfectly situated in the middle of Fort Worth, you're always looking for another reason to enjoy the fun. The Fort Worth Zoo makes it easy with unique was to experience the animals and the environment with events for everyone throughout the year.
Posted On April 5, 2019 | Edward Brown
We’re all secretly counting down the days until Fortress Festival returns. In two short years, Fort Worth’s premier music festival has carved out a reputation as the local showcase for established greats and young talent. Tying the curated lineups together is an emphasis on authenticity and,
We’ve parsed through the lineups and cut through the noise to bring you a monthly roundup of the best live shows in Fort Worth. April 6 The Greyhounds, Polydogs Record Release Party and Cody Lynn Boyd The Greyhounds is the sonic vehicle for guitarist Andrew Trube and keyboardist Anthony Farrell.
Spring is in full bloom, y'all. From admiring the flowers in the Japanese Garden to strolling through the beautiful works of art on display at MAIN St. Fort Worth Arts Festival , here are 8 ways to celebrate the season in Fort Worth. April 6 & 7 Open Streets Grab the kids AND their bikes, scooters
When the National Collegiate Women's Gymnastics Championship comes to the Fort Worth Convention Center April 19-20, the city hopes it brings visitors and exposure. Organizers also expect it to have an effect on the area’s next generation of artistic gymnasts.
Historically, when we think of “riding” in Fort Worth, we think of people wearing cowboy hats and holding reins. Recently, however, riders wearing helmets and clutching handlebars have taken on a higher profile in the city. And there’s a big – you might even say “gran” - event headed to town that promises to raise it to a whole new level.
Posted On March 9, 2019 | Edward Brown
Fort Worth is home to the only museum in the world dedicated to trailblazing women of the American West. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame recently underwent a $5.5 million renovation. The results of that renovation are drastic and captivating. Here are eight new additions you’ll want to