Things to Do

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Nov 30 - 1:27pm

Onesie Bar Crawl
Keep your PJs on or dress up in your most spirited attire this weekend — while Fort Worth is dripping with holiday festivities, there’s more to do that’s far less festive. Photo from Onesie Bar Crawl Facebook page by Adaline Haynes Keep your PJs on or dress up in your most...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Nov 30 - 11:41am

The Nutcracker Brunch
Sitting by a stocking-adorned fireplace and hanging with the family around the Christmas tree is just one way to celebrate the holidays. But if you want to brush off those homebody habits, we recommend checking out some of these local, family-friendly activities to get you in the seasonal spirit....

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Nov 9 - 11:32am

Burleson Wine and Beer Crawl
If you’re looking to venture outside the city limits this weekend, here’s an idea: The Burleson Wine and Beer Crawl is a one-day event this Saturday from noon to 10 p.m. in Old Town Burleson. Photo from Burleson Wine and Beer Crawl Facebook page by Sunday Nester If you’re...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Oct 26 - 1:37pm

Martin House Booery Tour
Can’t have boos without the brews. From art-themed parties to murder mystery dinners, here are five places to hit up this Halloween. Pictured: 6th Annual Booery Tour by Sunday Nester Can’t have boos without the brews. From art-themed parties to murder mystery dinners, here are five...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Oct 26 - 11:38am

Boo at the Zoo
If you plan to forgo door-to-door trick-or-treating this year, the Metroplex offers other places where your little monsters can pick up candy — or burn off the energy. Pictured: Boo at the Zoo by Sunday Nester If you plan to forgo door-to-door trick-or-treating this year, the Metroplex...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Oct 23 - 12:59pm

6-Pack Trail, Bike Cruise & Craft Beer Tour
Whether you are looking to relax to the sounds of jazz or go on a brewery and bike escapade, this weekend’s top picks offer an array of possibilities. by Adaline Haynes Whether you are looking to relax to the sounds of jazz or go on a brewery and bike escapade, this weekend’s top...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Oct 19 - 12:59pm

Water Lantern Festival
Dance with a big band, explore the local art scene or bar crawl West Seventh Street — these are just a few of the things on Fort Worth’s packed agenda this weekend. Here are our picks for things to do. Pictured: Water Lantern Festival. Photo from Water Lantern Festival website. by...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Oct 5 - 12:09pm

by Adaline Haynes The fall season is finally here, even though the Texas weather may not agree. Here are a few things to do this first weekend of October. Saturday, Oct. 6 Beerfeast 2018, 1:00–5:00 p.m. When some think of October, Halloween might come to mind; for others, it’s beer...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Sep 21 - 12:17pm

Pictured: (PARK)ing Day Dallas By Sheila Ellis Friday, Sept. 21 (PARK)ing Day, 11 a.m.–9 p.m. If you’re upset they paved paradise and put up a parking lot, this event was made for you. (PARK)ing Day is a global movement that encourages creatives in the community to terraform...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Sep 6 - 2:36pm

This weekend could show you some choice pubs on Magnolia, 220 miles west of Fort Worth, or all across America. Keep reading for our pilgrimage picks this weekend. Pictured: Stylish Men via Sunflowerman by Sheila Ellis This weekend could show you some choice pubs on Magnolia, 220 miles west of...

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