Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2019 May 10 - 10:01pm

Fort Worth Herd Texas Longhorn steers

The Fort Worth Herd celebrated 20 years Friday, with the regular twice-daily Stockyards cattle drives the city started after then-City Councilman Jim Lane led a push to restore the authenticity to the historic district.  

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 May 7 - 10:07am

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Hold on to your wallet — especially if you are a business owner or planning to be one. Personal finance website WalletHub compared 100 U.S. cities across 19 key indicators of startup viability to come up with a list of the best places to start a business. And, guess who ranked No. 11 on the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2019 May 3 - 3:21pm

The Monarch

Sponsored Article This sponsored content is brought to you by Lang Partners. What started as an abandoned area south of downtown has exploded into a truly livable, eclectic, urban neighborhood filled with locally-owned restaurants and bars, small businesses and countless housing options. If you...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2019 Apr 26 - 11:42am

The Grand Berry Theater

New tenants, buildings and murals are popping up at The Foundry District — with more to come soon. Here’s what to look out for. New Tenants The Grand Berry Theater Once open, The Grand Berry Theater will be Fort Worth’s only single-screen art house cinema and event space....

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Apr 23 - 10:06am

Russell Feed & Supply

A feed shop with more than two decades in the Fort Worth area is celebrating store No. 8 this week.  Russell Feed & Supply will host an open house event Thursday for its eighth location at 10600 Camp Bowie West Blvd. The family-owned store — which has locations in Fort Worth, Azle,...

Posted By Hal Brown on 2019 Apr 16 - 4:09pm

Fort Worth Magazine readers, For the three-quarters of all Americans that identify with the Christian faith, this week is the most significant seven days in the history of the world and in their faith. Many of us are so busy with life that we tend to not slow down enough to consider important...

Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2019 Apr 11 - 7:34am

Daniel Pullin TCU Neeley School of Business University of Oklahoma

TCU has named Daniel Pullin, dean of the University of Oklahoma’s College of Business, to be new dean of the Neeley School of Business, replacing Homer Erekson, who’s retiring. Pullin is Neeley’s new John V. Roach Dean and Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Teresa Abi-...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Apr 5 - 11:05am

The Skinny

South Main’s got a coffee shop, a cidery, a slew of retail shops on tap — and, soon, green space. Two neighborhood parks are currently under construction: The Skinny (a multifunctional, linear park) and Calhound Park (a fenced dog park). Near Southside, Inc., anticipates a fall opening...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Apr 5 - 10:18am

The Cooper

Housing in the Near Southside continues to boom — even more so now, as construction is currently underway on what will be the largest multifamily project in the neighborhood. That project is The Cooper, a five-story, high-density, multifamily building located at 1001 West Rosedale St. Upon...

Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2019 Apr 3 - 1:48pm

Cendera Center Alliance For Children Fort Worth

Alliance For Children, a Fort Worth nonprofit children’s advocate, is under contract to purchase the Cendera Center on Fort Worth’s West Side. Tom Stallings, Alliance For Children’s president, and Brian Collins, Cendera’s owner, confirmed the contract Wednesday. Word had...

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