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Sisters Donya and Donna Craddock, owners of The Dock Bookshop, have found success where many larger chain bookstores have failed. Celebrating their 13th year, the sisters’ ethnically diverse book shop has become the largest full-service, Black-owned independent bookstore in Texas and the Southwest.
Face coverings are required in Fort Worth until December 1. Check out these local shops where masking is a breeze. Double R Brand We love a good story about a business pivoting to meet the needs of its customers, and the Double R at the Shops at Clearfork has added masks to their clothing lineup.
Take a drive down Rosedale, Evans or Terrell Avenue and you are guaranteed to pass a piece of history. Although the neighborhood is comprised primarily of simple wood frame homes with a range of architectural styles and family-owned businesses - some old, some new - there are also a group of
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
Many Fort Worthians are turning to local live stream shows to unwind and relax after a long day of work and guiding their kid through remote learning classes. Local performing arts groups are using the opportunity to serve the Fort Worth community by providing homebound folks with online music lessons and tips for making music at home.
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.