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Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jan 20 - 11:15am

One of the most awarded wineries in Texas, Messina Hof, recently opened in historic downtown Grapevine in the reconstructed Wallis Hotel at 201 S. Main St. The winemaking heritage of the Bonarrigo family dates back six generations to Messina, Sicily. Messina Hof in Grapevine is an urban winery,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jan 20 - 11:09am

Chef Brian Olenjack was recently ousted from his namesake Arlington restaurant, Olenjack’s Grille, which he opened in 2007. Sources say that he and the investors decided to part ways, but Olenjack was considering new options. One of those opportunities was to join the Reata Restaurant chef...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2015 Jan 19 - 10:48am

Beer geeks already know that the good stuff can’t be found at the local liquor store. Read on for some of best beer towns in the nation.

Craft brewers—those small, independent artists of the trade—usually stay local, choosing to focus their energy on technique rather than marketing and distribution. The result, aside from exceptional flavor, is an opportunity for beer connoisseurs to visit the country’s best small...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Dec 15 - 3:14pm

Endurance sports done safely

| by Allana Wooley | Training for an endurance sporting event takes so much time and sustained effort that it is tempting to nix this elementary slow-and-steady lesson and immediately go after big mileage in an...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Nov 18 - 3:03pm

West 7th restaurant Fish, Sushi & Asian Grill has permanently closed as of September. A new restaurant, Kin Kin Urban Thai, is moving into the 3,500-square-foot location and is expected to open early January 2015. Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin is working to bring all customers on a journey to his...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2014 Oct 27 - 3:29pm

| photography by Alex Lepe | In 2002 Kristin Jaworski, a feisty and determined Arizona native, took the reins of what would become one of the biggest tourism generators in the City of Fort Worth. She was 25 years old and the first woman to hold the position of Trail Boss of the internationally...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Sep 24 - 12:42pm

| by Kacie Galloway |

Fido may be man’s best friend, but not all restaurants are quite so dog-friendly. However, there are a variety of options when it comes to taking your pooch out to eat in Fort Worth. As long as your pup is on a leash, he is welcome at these restaurants. Whether you come by for a light snack...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2014 Jul 18 - 3:49pm

  Entrepreneur Jack Farr refuses to lose “that child within,” he says. He loves his toys. In the late 1990s, despite a barrage of roadblocks along the way, Farr developed a 304-acre complex in the middle of a field in the town of Cresson, which is 14 miles southwest of Fort...

Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2014 May 22 - 10:34am

From color runs to zombie chases and scavenger hunts, social running events offer new and experienced runners alike unique and entertaining ways to have fun while staying in shape.

Not long ago, organized racing belonged to competitive runners. Now a variety of fun runs and adventure races offer novice runners the chance to compete in a friendly, social environment. So whether you are a hardcore runner looking to break up your routine or have never run a mile in your life,...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 May 15 - 3:59pm

The Fort Worth Lone Star Film Society (LSFS) stays busy. One of the many new initiatives under the LSFS umbrella is Arthouse FW, which partners with Fort Worth’s world-class museums to present silent films with live music creating an authentic experience. “Silent Sundays presents the...

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