By: Jenny B. Davis
Just two months after Thurber Mingus closed its location at 4400 White Settlement Road, a new restaurant has announced it's moving in.
A drama-filled family reunion takes big screens Friday, as Three Days in August, a film shot in Mineral Wells just outside Fort Worth, makes its debut in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Sea animals won't be the only creatures occupying Ridgmar Mall's upcoming aquarium.
The Near Southside always has something going on – one of those things is a hotel.
Photo courtesy of Steel City Pops
The U.K. will soon be getting a taste of Texas music with a concert series heading out to London this week.
Changes are coming to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, and the garden and City of Fort Worth now have an outline of options for what’s to come.
Happy Taco Tuesday, everybody! And if you’re working or hanging around downtown, Salsa Limón is now open for your taco-consuming pleasure.
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra concerts are canceled through the end of the year due to the musicians' strike, but that's not stopping the holiday music from happening.
Photo courtesy of TCU Athletics.
Basketball is back at TCU.
The TCU women's soccer team reacts after making the NCAA Tournament. Photo courtesy of TCU Athletics.
It’s been a season that will go down in history.
Fort Worth will need to wait a little longer before seeing one of Lancaster Avenue's newest retail and residential buildings.
With construction beginning on the Texas Live! entertainment district at Globe Life Park, the Texas Rangers have announced another tenant joining the lineup -- Revolver Brewing.
Some new restaurant, retail and office space is in the works for West Vickery Boulevard.
Well, Halloween is over. And that only means one thing…
It’s. Christmas. Time. (We know Thanksgiving comes first, but still.)
Leine Newby-Estrella tried to explain the concept of "retrotransposons" to the audience during the groundbreaking of the University of Texas at Arlington's new research facility, but the young UTA doctorate student's scientific spiel left Congress
Photo Courtesy of DropShades
There’s no place like home, and there’s certainly no place like Fort Worth. And with that, there are a few things that only the locals would understand. Does this list sound like you?
You know you’re from Fort Worth when...
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Holiday concerts like Handel’s Messiah and New Year’s Eve: A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald are on hold for the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra – at least for now.
Instead of starting in November as originally planned, construction on the Texas Live! entertainment district at Globe Life Park will begin this week.
The skillets keep sizzling in downtown Fort Worth, with a Mexican restaurant set to open and a burger restaurant on the way.
Photos Courtesy of Nancy Farrar
Le Cep is 2 years old now, but its celebration is anything but terrible.
Photo courtesy of the Fortress Festival team
A lot of plugging in and getting loud will going on in Fort Worth's Cultural District next spring.
Rahr & Sons is turning 12 this year, and to celebrate, the Fort Worth craft brewery is launching a new beer named after a German phrase meaning "12 years."
The Fort Worth Zoo is getting wilder indeed.
After being closed for renovation for nearly four months, the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau (FWCVB) reopened its Main Street Visitor Center on Wednesday, debuting a new store and Fort Worth hist
By: Jenny B. Davis