Posted By Sscott on 2014 Oct 24 - 10:03am

SATURDAY 1.) Central Market Halloween Carnival    Bring your kids to Central Market Fort Worth, dressed in their favorite Halloween costumes, for their annual Halloween Carnival. Make sure to get a scavenger hunt map and start out at the main entrance. You’ll explore your...

Posted By Sscott on 2014 Oct 20 - 2:26pm

This weekend, Texas Christian University (TCU) beat Oklahoma State in a 42-9 victory in Amon Carter Stadium. TCU is now No. 10 in league standings and is the Big 12 conference's highest-ranking team. TCU is 5-1 and 2-1 for Big 12 games. In the Associated Press poll released yesterday, Oct....

Posted By Sscott on 2014 Oct 17 - 4:10pm

FRIDAY AND SUNDAY 1.) The Cliburn Presents Fei-Fei Dong in Sundance Square Plaza Sundance Square welcomes Chinese pianist, Fei-Fei Dong for a live performance in Sundance Square Plaza. You will not want to miss this incredible, FREE performance. During the 2013 Cliburn Competition at Fort...

Posted By Sscott on 2014 Oct 13 - 12:35pm

For the first time in 35 years, there are no federal restrictions on airlines operating out of Dallas Love Field. The inaugural Southwest Airlines flight, heading for Denver, departed at 6:40 a.m. from Love Field. Former Democratic U.S. Congressman, Jim Wright, designed the Wright Amendment to...

Posted By Sscott on 2014 Oct 10 - 1:50pm

FRIDAY 1.) Friday on the Green Friday on the Green is a monthly concert series presented by Fort Worth South, Inc. Show up with your favorite picnic blankets and chairs to enjoy performances by Whiskey Fold, The Longshots and UnChein. Admission is FREE and food is available for purchase...

Posted By Sscott on 2014 Oct 6 - 3:08pm

Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn Carter, began their east Fort Worth Habitat for Humanity work project on Monday’s rainy morning. Every year since 1984, former President Carter and his wife give a week of their time to help Habitat for Humanity improve and build homes...

Posted By Sscott on 2014 Oct 1 - 3:53pm

A Dallas patient at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital tested positive for Ebola. The patient is the first individual diagnosed in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention confirmed the diagnosis of Ebola on Tuesday afternoon. The patient’s symptoms started...

Posted By Amy Walton on 2014 Sep 30 - 2:13pm

Article via Fort Worth Zoo Silver Spring, Maryland (September 29, 2014) – The Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) announced that the Fort Worth Zoo received Top Honors in marketing for budgets over $175,000 for its See the Biggest Babies in Town campaign. “This award provides well...

Posted By Heywood on 2014 Apr 14 - 4:25pm

  According to Heywood Ep.1 from Fort Worth, Texas magazine on Vimeo. The city’s favorite son, Heywood, is back and weighing in on all things Fort Worth, from local venues, to cowboys and cowgirls. Join him here at Billy Bob’s Texas to catch up on his latest observations...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Aug 21 - 2:45pm

By Jocelyn Tatum

The grounds are rugged, there aren’t any pathways and the dead leaves from last fall crunch under our shoes. We have just entered the original 39 acres acquired in 1912 to build a city park and garden in Fort Worth—Rock Springs Park. Unused, the Rock Springs have literally fallen by the...

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