By: Malcolm Mayhew
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The owners of Taco Heads have a new venture planned for the Near Southside's South Main Village.
Call it a groundbreaking. Or more like, a building-smashing.
Photo by Julien Lambert.
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (FWSO) has named an interim president, about a month after former president Amy Adkins announced her resignation.
It's a boy!
If you happen to see a hoard of costumes walking through downtown Fort Worth this weekend, here's why.
What once served as a pasta factory will soon become the production hub for at least three local businesses.
More high-end fashion is on its way to The Shops at Clearfork, with the development announcing three big-name retailers joining the mix this fall.
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra President Amy Adkins is stepping down.
It’s official – the form-based code governing design and building use in the Fort Worth Stockyards is a done deal.
August 22 has been set as the grand opening date for Taste, a pay-what-you-can restaurant dedicated to fighting food insecurity, nonprofit Taste Project announced Tuesday.
Yes, this is a thing.
Restaurants, a movie theater, a bowling alley and clothing retailers -- now The Shops at Clearfork can add furniture and home decor stores to its tenant list.
The dining scene at The Shops at Clearfork is beginning to take shape, with developers Simon and Cassco Development Co. announcing Tuesday the addition of five new restaurants headed to the center. Here's a rundown of who's moving in.
The former owner of the Fort Worth Food Park has a new project in the works.
This is not your mother's Tom Thumb.
Oh, what a night.
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.
The TCU men's basketball team finished 12-21 last season but, under new head coach Jamie Dixon, made it to the NIT Final Four the following year -- and people are noticing.
Well here's some juicy news.
The campaign to raise funding for new developments at the Fort Worth Zoo is well underway, and now Waterside is looking to get in on the initiative.
Heim Barbecue’s second home will no longer be at the former Thurber Mingus location, but the popular barbecue joint is still opening along White Settlement Road, just minutes away.
Time to get chopping.
A taste of Fort Worth has made its way east.
The Horned Frogs may not have made it to the Big Dance, but that doesn’t mean the season is over.
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.
By: Malcolm Mayhew