Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Feb 22 - 4:59pm

Photo from Summit Instagram by Meg Hemmerle Anything below 55 is considered cold in Texas and Fort Worth can’t seem to shake the “freezing” temperatures and Noah’s Ark-style rain. Here are some ways to fight the cold and still have fun in the Fort. 1. Scale a wall....

Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2018 Feb 21 - 6:34am

Professional Bullriders PBR AT&T Stadium Arlington Texas

The Professional Bull Riders and their Iron Cowboy event are returning to AT&T Stadium in Arlington Saturday for their ninth straight year. The Winstar World Casino and Resort Iron Cowboy is one of four majors on the PBR circuit, and is a unique format that starts with the top 35 riders...

Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2018 Feb 20 - 5:47pm

Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year

Four Tarrant County companies won 2018 Small Business of the Year Awards from the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. The winners, announced at Mayor Betsy Price's State of the City address at the Fort Worth Convention Center: Emerging Business: Site Barricades, a full-service traffic...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Feb 15 - 11:58am

by Andrew Van Heusden Record stores are making moves in Fort Worth — some are new to the neighborhood, while others are closing and relocating. Here, an update on what’s happening, plus a few more record shops that should help expand your collection. Record Town 3025 South...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Feb 9 - 10:00am

B&B Butchers and Restaurant. Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick. by Meg Hemmerle There is a lot of pressure put on Feb. 14 to make it the most romantic day of the year. But when going to dinner is the date night norm, Valentine’s Day can feel like just another  date — but pricier....

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Feb 8 - 4:59pm

by Andrew Van Heusden Fort Worth now has a place where you can throw a sharp object at something and get away with it. Flying Axe Factory, a 3,000-square-foot axe-throwing center located at 220 S. Sylvania Ave. across from Martin House Brewing Co., opened softly Feb. 3 and plans to have a grand...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Feb 8 - 10:37am

Pictured: BREWED It’s only the best day of the year. At least that’s what Leslie Knope says about Galentine’s Day — a holiday for “ladies celebrating ladies,” made popular by the NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation.” The show ended in 2015, but that...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Feb 1 - 2:42pm

Photo from GoFrogs.com Fort Worthians don’t often get excited about college basketball. But after the up-and-coming Dickies Arena was announced as a future NCAA Tournament venue and the TCU men’s basketball team won the NIT last year, suddenly, basketball is a thing in Fort Worth. But...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Jan 29 - 3:51pm

Photo by Brian Luenser The historic Petroleum Building in downtown Fort Worth is in new hands. Sundance Square announced Monday it has purchased the 14-story building from XTO Energy at an undisclosed price. The Petroleum Building, located on a full city block at West Sixth Street between Houston...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Jan 22 - 5:25pm

by Meg Hemmerle The City of Fort Worth has named its 2017 Neighborhood of the Year. The Sunset Heights Neighborhood Association received the honor, thanks to its new, community-painted mural. The award is given to the neighborhood that best excels in the areas of collaboration, health and...

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