Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Feb 25 - 3:00pm
"We are what we eat" means more than the size of our hips at the exhibit Art and Appetite: American Painting, Culture, and Cuisine, which opened Feb. 22 at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.
Through famous American art depicting food-centric images like Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks and Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans, North Texas patrons will have a chance to explore food as a cultural symbol and vehicle for U.S. history.
“The exhibition offers a sumptuous...
Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Feb 25 - 2:52pm
After spending the winter hibernating, it is time to wake up and participate in Fort Worth’s art scene.
While one artist provokes patrons to discuss social problems through sharing meals and T-shirt factories at his exhibit, another gallery invites anybody from the community to participate and hang his or her masterpiece whether he or she is an “artist” or not.
With spring comes new...
Posted By james.verheyen on 2014 Feb 18 - 3:21pm
The Kimbell Art Museum hosts SAMURAI: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection from Feb. 16th to Aug. 31st
Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Feb 18 - 11:36am
Arlington-based group Pentatonix takes over the music scene with their innovative twist on pop and electronic music.
Your unique style of infusing a capella with popular music blows me away. Why a capella?
It started out as a hobby. We started as an a capella trio when we were young. Then we put our stuff on YouTube. What we have is very special and not many people can do this a capella thing. We’ve...
Posted By Gail Bennison on 2014 Jan 24 - 11:20am
What if I told you there was a major story about World War II that hasn’t been told, a significant story at the heart of the entire war effort, involving the most unlikely group of heroes you’ve never heard of? What if I told you there was a group of men on the front lines who quite...
Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2014 Jan 23 - 2:08pm
Costa Rica is a country of coastal plains and rugged mountains where a temperate tropical climate and historically peaceful culture merge to calm the souls of weary travelers young and old.
This is where the amateur photographer sets his sites on that National Geographic cover shot as he walks among jaguars and ocelots, capuchin monkeys and toucans, and colorful amphibians and extraordinary reptiles. But more importantly, this is the place where young kids are encouraged to dream big...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 23 - 12:56pm
Kari Crowe Seher is an editorial photographer-turned-ice cream maven. When strolling the streets of the Southside with her husband, Seher noticed something was missing — a neighborhood ice cream shop. So she did her homework, traveling far and wide to make her passion a reality.
Posted By Alison Rich on 2014 Jan 6 - 4:57pm
A visual menagerie of textures and tints, the public art collection flanking the grounds of the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show is a grand entry in its own right.
Wth all the hooves and hoopla hitting the ground at the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show this month and next, it’s easy to get swept away by the pageantry. And rightly so. From farm-raised beasts to fresh-air feasts, Stock Show visitors can expect no shortage of sense-stimulating...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 26 - 5:31pm
Cattle ranches and ranchers dominate the public’s idea of Texas in literature, movies and imaginations.
It requires strong, smart men and women who make it happen day-in-day-out, year-end-year-out, generation after generation. It is their business, make no mistake, but it also is their life. We offer you a brief but beautiful tour of five famous ranches in West Texas and close to Fort Worth....
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 12 - 11:06am
At La Familia, everyone is greeted with a handshake and a smile. This simple gesture sets the stage for their notorious attention to detail and commitment to service.
With the addition of an adjoining dining room, including a private party room and colorful bar area featuring Southwest landscapes topped by beautiful blue skies, the wait goes quickly at La Familia.
The wooden tabletops are branded with the LF logo, and stucco walls are stained in a mocha hue...