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Tarleton State University

Tarleton State University

In what the school’s president called an expansion of the dream of its founders, Tarleton State University Thursday opened the first building for the new Fort Worth campus on Chisolm Trail Parkway. Read more

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by Mariana Rivas It’s a project more than two years in the making, but finally, Heim on the River has an opening date — April 16. Heim Barbecue’s newest location, located at 5333 White Settlement Road, will be bigger than the original, with an ... Read more

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by Mariana Rivas As restaurants go strawless, cars go electric and grocery stores go plastic bagless, home interiors aren’t lagging far behind. Products made from recycled wood, glass and metal are hitting some of the most popular furniture stor... Read more

Home & Design

by Rachael Lindley Unlike the blush and bashful of “Steel Magnolias” yesteryear, today’s blush trend is an unexpected neutral. Think more sophisticated and less sweet. While blush is a more feminine color, it can add a brighter touch to darker s... Read more

Home & Design

Commercial developers, people with property to sell, and those wanting to invest all look to real estate professionals to make their deals work. In Tarrant County, two organizations routinely provide networking opportunities to help their members... Read more


Believe it or not, even employees at the Top 25 Best Companies to Work For get stressed every now and then. We asked a few of these companies how they manage the pressures of the corporate world. Qualbe Marketing Group We provide a nap room fo... Read more


Sometimes it takes a desk decoration to perk up an otherwise mundane office setting. But who says desk supplies can’t take on the same amount of personality? And by personality, we mean … extra. And by “extra,” we mean staplers plated with gold. ... Read more



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Photo from OMG Tacos Instagram  by Sunday Nester A new foodie destination has made its way to West Seventh Street. Street taco mini-chain OMG Tacos’ grand opening is Saturday at 11 a.m., near Ampersand and Varsity Tavern at 3011 Bledsoe St. Th... Read more

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Who’s best in Fort Worth business? Fort Worth Magazine’s readers weighed in with their votes for our annual Best of Fort Worth issue. Here’s a select list of winners in business: Read more


Reader Pick: BRIK Special Events Venue One of the newest additions to the growing Fort Worth event venue inventory, this 100-year-old Near Southside building off of South Calhoun Street was vacant for years until 2015, when Lynsie Blau acquir... Read more

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#1 Chalk Art Festival  Sept.29 This festival is the deluxe version of drawing stick figures on your hometown street with the neighborhood kids. Three professional chalk artists will cover Crockett Row in intricate designs beginning at 10 a.m.... Read more


After Alissa Rosebrough graduated from Texas A&M, all she wanted to do was capture life through her camera lens. Making strides professionally as a freelance photographer for the National Basketball Association and as an in-house photographer for... Read more


by Brian Kendall and Samantha Calimbahin A $120 sandwich for lunch ... why not?  B&B Butchers and Restaurant at The Shops at Clearfork rolled out its new A5 Wagyu Katsu Sando sandwich last week — A5 Japanese Wagyu Ribeye, panko-crusted, brushed... Read more

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Fort Worth now is different from Fort Worth then. That’s the message that was on display at the Fort Worth Now house at the South by Southwest Conference and Festival in Austin. continued from page 17 » Local players like Visit Fort Worth (former... Read more


April is the beginning of strawberry season, and if you want to find the freshest in town, look no further than Storm Farms in Arlington. The organic strawberry farm opened for the spring picking season at the end of March. “You want to pick stra... Read more


This head sculpture by Lithuanian-born artist Kostas Ulevicius was just one of the works featured at the MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival in 2012. Though he won’t be showing in 2018, expect plenty more quirky works at this year’s event, which is... Read more

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by Meg Hemmerle Drinking green juice is no longer cool, as bone broth seems to be the new kale smoothie. Goat yoga is taking over, and regular gym memberships are a thing of the past. Here, your guide to staying relevant with your wellness. B... Read more


Things are really blooming on the east side of town. And, we’re not just talking about restaurants and coffee shops. Quite literally, the Eastside Blossoms project is blanketing areas east of downtown with cherry blossoms. On March 10, the proje... Read more


I’ll introduce myself first. I’m Kat Barclay, one of the editorial interns at Fort Worth Magazine. I started this internship in May 2017 and planned it to end in August when I graduated. Well, to make a long story short, it’s December as I write ... Read more


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