Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Mar 29 - 12:08pm

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden needs $15 million worth of improvements and a better plan for financial stability, per a recent study, and the city is taking its first steps to bring change – without having to charge a general admission fee. Not yet, anyway. On Tuesday, the Fort Worth City...

Posted By Nia Brookins on 2017 Mar 23 - 2:19pm

A full day of wine, food and music is set for March 26, as the Waterside development at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive teams up with Social Running for the Wine Down Relay. Teams of two or four will run along the Trinity River, down the new side of the trails in the recently completed...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Mar 16 - 9:19am

Long running CBS show "The Amazing Race" returns next Thursday, March 30 for its 29th race around the world. And this time, the show has a Fort Worth twist. Local Ashton Theiss, a Realtor with Rogers Healy, will compete on the show. Theiss said her Texas roots helped her prepare for the...

Posted By Spray Gleaves on 2017 Mar 10 - 2:16pm

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Role-playing games and live action role play aren’t anything new – this stuff has been going on for decades. Every spring, 16th century English villages pop up all over the country, and one of the largest and most popular is right here in our own backyard. The Scarborough Renaissance...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Mar 9 - 2:06pm

Popular Near Southside music venue The Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge will close at the end of April, according to entertainment director Brooks Kendall Jr. The venue, located at 1311 Lipscomb St., opened in 2012 and has hosted acts like Leon Bridges and Luke Wade. The last show will be Brandy...

Posted By Nia Brookins on 2017 Mar 9 - 1:20pm

Cover shot by: Emil Riley Festival season has arrived, with South by Southwest starting Friday and featuring former Vice President Joe Biden and big time comedians, musicians and filmmakers among others. South by Southwest, or SXSW for short, has an overwhelming number of Fort Worth natives this...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 Mar 3 - 3:09pm

A rebranded version of Untapped, a Texas craft beer and music festival, is set to take place at Fort Worth’s Panther Island Pavilion on June 3. Renamed Index Fest 2017, the programming will be expanded to include more food and art, in addition to the craft beer and music. The festival will...

Posted By Nia Brookins on 2017 Mar 2 - 2:07pm

The Fort Worth music scene has been growing rapidly in the past few years. From the recently announced  Fortress Festival, to the open mic nights at The Grotto, Lola’s Saloon or the Live Oak, it is undeniable that Fort Worth has talented musicians. And while a city nicknamed “...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 Mar 1 - 2:06pm

The opportunity to learn about global insights, such as autonomous cars, clean energy, and smart streets, is all part of Near Southside Inc.’s annual fundraiser, set to take place this Friday, March 3. The event runs from 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m at the Texas Ballroom in the Omni Fort Worth...

Posted By Nia Brookins on 2017 Feb 27 - 1:40pm

Fort Worthians can kick off March with brews and live entertainment at The Wild Acre Brewing Company on El Paso Street, celebrating the birthday of the man Fort Worth is named after – General William Jenkins Worth. The event takes place March 1-4 and will feature food, both from food trucks...

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