Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2016 Aug 15 - 4:58pm

Store will be Steel City's second in Cowtown

Steel City Pops Fort Worth Waterside Trademark Property

Steel City Pops, CycleBar and Aaron Brothers Art & Framing have signed on as new tenants at Waterside, the 63-acre development under construction at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive in the Chisholm Trail corridor. All three will open later this year, Trademark Property Co., the developer...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2016 Aug 15 - 1:16pm

Dak Hatfield Fort Worth South Main Near Southside

Another piece of the South Main Street corridor in Fort Worth is taking shape. Developer Dak Hatfield is redeveloping the site at the southeast corner of South Main and Dashwood, a block north of Rosedale Street, taking down one building and planning to build a total 9,500 square feet. His plans...

Posted By kendall louis on 2016 Aug 9 - 9:52am

TCU fans (yours truly included), can breathe a small sigh of relief before the stress of football season begins. TCU director of intercollegiate athletics Chris Del Conte announced today that head football coach Gary Patterson has signed a contract extension to 2022. Patterson is the third-longest...

Posted By Ally Long on 2016 Aug 1 - 1:41pm

Kenza Durani, a one-year old Dallas native, has gone into remission and is awaiting a half match bone marrow transplant from her father. At nine months old, Kenza was diagnosed with acute myloid leukemia (AML) after a fall off a changing table sent her parents rushing to the emergency room. The...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2016 Jul 5 - 5:11pm

Entrants vying for $50,000 in cash and other prizes

The Fort Worth Business Assistance Center’s 6th annual Business Plan Competition is underway, with a July 11 deadline coming up for applications. Entrants are competing for more than $50,000 in cash and in-kind services in the contest, whose presenting sponsor is Capital One Bank....

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2016 Jul 5 - 4:30pm

Schakolad owner plans Houston Street Toy Co.

downtown Fort Worth Sundance Square toy store

The owner of the Schakolad Chocolate Factory in downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square has a new creation coming off the board: a toy store. Lindsey Ross plans to open the 1,843-square-foot Houston Street Toy Co., on Houston Street between Five Guys Burgers and Fries and the Overland...

Posted By Alexandra Plancarte on 2016 Jun 14 - 11:31am

Catcher Evan Skoug tackles Durbin Feltman on the mound after a strikeout to begin the celebratory frogpile. TCU (47-16) frogpiled on the Blue Bell Park mound while TCU fans cheered, “Omaha! Omaha!” in College Station at the NCAA Super Regional tournament game Sunday night....

Posted By kendall louis on 2016 Jun 9 - 11:32am

Before I tell you what I’m loving this week, I’m going to tell you something I wasn’t loving a few years ago. There was a time in 2013, shortly after I moved back to Fort Worth, that I excitedly went to try the much buzzed-about Revolver Taco Lounge. Unfortunately, nary a taco...

Posted By Ally Long on 2016 Jun 7 - 3:10pm

A little boy with a great big smile and a confident stride became a part of the TCU family earlier this year after inspiring those around him with his unbreakable strength and positivity in the midst of a devastating illness. Honorary Horned Frog, Nathan Lin, 8, passed away Friday after months of...

Posted By Alexandra Plancarte on 2016 Jun 7 - 2:41pm

The NCAA announced the schedule Tuesday for TCU’s Super Regional rematch against Texas A&M. The first pitch will be thrown out at 8 p.m. CST on ESPN2 Friday, pulling the prime time slot . TCU (45-15) and Texas A&M (48-14) will face off in a Super Regional for the second consecutive...

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