February 2013

Wired In

Posted By Sonya Cisneros Curry on 2013 Feb 6 - 3:09pm

There’s still time to make your Instagram followers jealous. Stop by The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth for a larger-than-life photo op that won’t be on view much longer. The work of Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (born Brian Donnelly) will decorate the museum’s entrance until March...

Features

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 5 - 10:58am

A comprehensive listing of everything bridal throughout Arlington, Fort Worth and Northeast Tarrant County      • To see the feature story Wedded Bliss CLICK HERE Arlington Jewelers Arlington Jewelry Exchange 817.465.4367...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 4 - 4:15pm

Nov. 3, 2012

Ceremony: Marty Leonard Community Chapel Reception: Firestone and Robertson Distilling Co.  Photographs courtesy of Peyronet Photography Five months after a dramatic proposal at Chicago’s Buckingham Fountain, Katherine Niederer and Jonathan Morris said “I do” under...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 4 - 4:00pm

Oct. 27, 2012

Ceremony: First Christian Church Reception: Backyard of 417 Crestwood Drive Photographs courtesy of Helen Byrd Photography It was at a fraternity costume party at the University of Texas at Austin during their sophomore year where Whitney Savage and Glen “Guy” Ellis, III first met....

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 4 - 3:28pm

July 21, 2012

Ceremony: First United Methodist Church Reception: Fort Worth Club Photographs courtesy of Kent Evans Photography When Katie Bruster began planning to wed fellow Red Raider Alex Segreti, choosing a location for the ceremony was easy. First United Methodist Church has been a landmark of Gothic...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 4 - 1:56pm

In a month known for the celebration of love, we acknowledge some local couples who recently vowed to spend their lives loving each other. Discovering your partner for life is most certainly a reason to celebrate, and many choose to do so in a grandiose fashion. Other couples may take a more modest...

Flashback

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 1 - 1:53pm

Lasting Love May 3,1957

  Tucked into the bustling neighborhood of historic fairmount is the rose chapel. Constructed of Tennessee Crab Orchard Stone, the exterior is surrounded by more than 50 varieties of antique roses and perennials. Shirley and Larry "Doc" Brock, pictured here, were married at the...

fwDish, Reviews

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 1 - 1:44pm

Quaint charm and reliable service have made Park Hill Cafe a favorite for the past 13 year. With the recent trend toward more casual dining , they came early to the party and helped to set the trend that others are now trying to emulate.

The interior carries on the vintage charm of this little strip at the corner of University and Park Hill. Time-worn tables and chairs hearken back to the ice cream parlors of another era. The walls are painted a sunny yellow, and the wooden bakery case and back service bar warm the space. When...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 1 - 1:37pm

What do you get when you combine a breezy rooftop terrace, a rare live music venue, and a cozy lounge area? The Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge covers all those bases and still has expansive visions for its future.

Anchoring the eastern end of Magnolia Avenue is a repurposed building that is humming a new tune. Not only did Bill Smith breathe new life into the historic building that once housed the Lions Club, he filled it with music and lively conversation. The building’s massive footprint left ample...

Anchor’s Outtakes

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 1 - 1:30pm

Traffic Anchor, CBS 11 News This Morning

I think when people watch me on the news, they expect me to act a certain way off camera. I wish I had a dollar for every person who’s told me, “You’re so much more down to earth than what I expected.” Sure, I grew up in Southern California, but my parents rented all the...

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