March 2018

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Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Feb 19 - 3:04pm

Surely there was a collective Fort Worth rejoice when PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet was announced as the Pantone 2018 Color of the Year in January. No, it’s not an exact match to Horned Frog purple (which is Pantone PMS 268), but the hue, with the ideal amount of blue, comes pretty darn...

Parting Shot

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Feb 19 - 1:45pm

Sometimes the wildest things can be found in your own backyard. For local photographer Brian Luenser, it was his wife’s old family farm in Arlington, between Silo and Mansfield Webb roads. On the farm are three silos that have not been used for 50 years, and at the bottom of one, a tree...

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Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Feb 19 - 1:36pm

Keep an eye out for a couple new-ish barbecue trucks rolling around the area. Don Green — onetime pitmaster at North Main BBQ — can be found every Saturday afternoon behind the wheel of Green’s Texas BBQ truck, at 414 W. Euless Blvd., in Euless. In addition to brisket and baby...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2018 Feb 19 - 1:20pm

With just a handful of quality restaurants to feed the swarms of those migrating west to the Aledo area, folks were thrilled to see signage for Drakes Yoke emblazoned on the end of the row of brick buildings in a new development in Willow Park. The restaurant officially opened in December, and...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Feb 19 - 11:33am

Christie Rodriguez just thought she had a second to sit down for a quick break. No sooner had she slid into a seat at her and her husband’s newly opened burger spot, the super-small Fuego Burger on Benbrook Highway, than a mob of hungry burger-lovers came barreling through the door. ...

Reviews

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Feb 19 - 1:32pm

Rise Salon de Soufflé and Wine Bistro was one of the first restaurants to open last year in The Shops at Clearfork. “We are 10 years old in Dallas,” says co-owner Hedda Gioia Dowd, where her popular soufflé restaurant has been a Lover’s Lane mainstay. Rise No. 2 is...

Cover Story

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2018 Feb 19 - 12:16pm

There are more than 70 lanes of bicycle and horseback riding trails that allow locals to access the entire city along the Trinity River. But, what happens when locals want to veer off the well-paved path and take in the outdoors outside of the invisible walls of the city? I did just that my...

Features

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2018 Feb 19 - 11:25am

Photos by Olaf Growald Not only does the Fort Worth Zoo, ranked fifth in the nation, draw nearly 1 million guests each year; it also guarantees for future generations the survival of certain endangered species and strengthens the bond between humans and animals. We got up close and personal with...

According to Heywood

Posted By Heywood on 2018 Feb 19 - 11:20am

When my editor, Kendall Louis, told me this issue was going to be about “Wild Fort Worth,” I just assumed it was going to concentrate on its early beginnings — the 1800s, the gangsters that frequented Jacksboro Highway back in the ’40s and ’50s, or closing time at some...

Escapes

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2018 Feb 19 - 11:16am

Iconic long-distance hikes like the Appalachian Trail to the east and the Pacific Crest Trail to the west have always evoked a sense of adventure in those who favor the thrill of a never-ending footpath. The Appalachian Trail, covering more than 2,180 miles across 14 states from Georgia to Maine,...

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