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Posted By Nancy Farrar on 2015 Sep 1 - 11:10am

| photography by Alex Lepe |

It's September, and we'd love for it to be fall. You know that's typically not the case for another few weeks. So to kick off the (almost) beginning of fall, I thought I'd change it up a bit, and instead of sharing recipes, I thought I'd share some of my favorite things. As a...

Posted By Holland Sanders on 2015 Aug 31 - 11:38am

photography by Alex Lepe

Parties with a purpose are among the most anticipated and celebrated events in Fort Worth year after year. These glamorous galas and breathtaking balls are more than just grand dinners and nights of dancing; the annual events help to support some of the city’s most important non-profit...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2015 Aug 31 - 11:10am

In southwestern Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park dominates a 124-square-mile section of the planet in an undulating expanse of rugged, emerald woodland full of fantastic flora and fauna. For some, it’s sufficient just to know that half of the world’s population of...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Aug 28 - 12:18pm

Fort Worth native Jay Armstrong Johnson loving Broadway

Jay Armstrong Johnson, who stars in the Tony Award-nominated Broadway revival of On the Town, dazzled the town, June 7, when he performed New York, New York with his cast on the 2015 Tony Awards. The talented 27-year-old Fort Worth native has four Broadway shows under his dancing shoes, but the...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2015 Aug 28 - 12:12pm

“Like the old-time Indian lodges, [the Amon Carter] faces the rising sun on the ground that drops away to the east,” Esquire magazine published June 1961 shortly after the museum opened. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art will finish on Sept. 1 what some would say is its most...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Aug 28 - 12:07pm

Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection is on exhibit at Amon Carter Museum of American Art from July 7 - Sept. 13.

| by Brianna Kessler | America is enriched with a diverse and remarkable history of culture. It is a country of many traditions and beliefs coming together. This summer Amon Carter Museum of American Art honors the indigenous people of this country in the first-ever traveling exhibition of American...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Aug 28 - 11:54am

Andy Meadows releases new EP, performs at Live Oak Music Hall

Andy Meadows’ big, deep baritone radio voice merges with a cool and calm presentation that carries over into his singing voice. His performances are reminiscent of the classic “George Strait appeal”—no bells and whistles, just standing on the stage with his mic and singing....

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Aug 28 - 11:41am

Therapeutic benefits of adult coloring art

Most of us have childhood memories of the wonderful scent of a brand new box of crayons at the beginning of each school year. With those crayons, the creative possibilities were as endless as the many colors in the box. Nostalgia is a powerful emotion. Today, coloring is not limited to children...

Posted By Holland Sanders on 2015 Jul 31 - 11:57am

photography by Alex Lepe

Whether it is your first date or your 100th, finding something fun and new to share with your partner can be a challenge. This month we are not only listing a few of our favorite outdoor (and low-cost) date ideas right here in Fort Worth, but also suggesting what you should wear on your date. Get...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2015 Jul 31 - 11:38am

Once upon a time, when a family contemplated embarking on a Disney vacation, they were burdened by only two possibilities — California or Florida. And when you were a kid, you could safely assume that Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Snow White and her Seven Dwarfs, and Peter Pan and Tinker Bell all...

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