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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

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The Magnolia Micro-Park gained popularity for its use of recycled materials to create a children’s play area in the Near Southside. But it was never meant to stay at its location on the corner of Magnolia Avenue and Henderson Street — instead, in... Read more

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Whether or not Fort Worth becomes the home of Amazon’s second headquarters is to be determined, but either way, the online retailer happens to have a connection to the Fort. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ brother, Mark, graduated from TCU in 1992 with a ... Read more

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While Horned Frog sports is living it up, actual horned lizards are dying — sadly, but it’s the truth, as the creatures are listed as a threatened species by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. But there’s hope: The TPWD has been working wit... Read more

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The Historic Carver Heights neighborhood has a new way of remembering its past. On Nov. 4, the neighborhood dedicated a sculpture meant to commemorate the founders of Carver Heights and the community’s place in black history. The work, titled The... Read more

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Winter Carolyn Phillips has grown Alchemy Pops by peddling her frozen treats all over town for the past two years. Now she will open her first brick-and-mortar Alchemy Pops Shop in South Main Village. Fans can expect new offerings, such as choc... Read more

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Looks like it’s no longer a secret that quick and cheap taco places are a hit in Fort Worth. On the heels of multiple Salsa Limón locations, more Taco Heads in the pipeline and more Fuzzy’s Taco Shops than we can count, R Taco opened a second For... Read more

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Houston-based B&B Butchers & Restaurant will open in The Shops at Clearfork on Nov. 14. The upscale steakhouse and butcher shop has two claims to fame. One is being Beyonce and Jay-Z’s steakhouse of choice. The other is being one of only nine U.S... Read more

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Flooding nearly closed Cross Timbers Trail for good in 2015. But thanks to a renovation project spearheaded by the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant Regional Water District, and nonprofit organization Friends of the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge, ... Read more

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Another day, another tenant announcement for one of Fort Worth’s newest developments. WestBend announced in August that popular men’s apparel retailer, Bonobos, will open at the mixed-use development off of University Drive. “In response to the ... Read more

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After 20 years of watching and listening, Four Day Weekend wants you to read. The local improv comedy troupe, who hosts shows from their theater in downtown’s Sundance Square, released the book Happy Accidents: The Transformative Power of “Yes, ... Read more

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Even Dallas’ sweetest shops are making their way west. JOY Macarons, the French macaron and macaron-ice-cream-sandwich shop, will open its third retail store at The Shops at Clearfork in early fall. The original location opened in Dallas’ Oak Cli... Read more

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H&M continues its fast Tarrant County expansions with its first Arlington location. The Swedish retailer opened in July in a 20,000-square-foot space in The Parks Mall at Arlington, making it the 35th H&M in Texas. The new H&M location will have ... Read more

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Wag!, the on-demand dog-walking app, launched service in Fort Worth in June. Founded in 2015 by a Los Angeles entrepreneur who was hesitant to take on a new pet due to his busy schedule, the app allows dog owners to order a 20-, 30- or 60-minute ... Read more

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| by Linda Blackwell Simmons | Imagine the hustle and bustle of Fort Worth’s South Main Street back in the early to mid-part of last century — when Blue Front Café served the hungry, Bob’s Main Bar quenched the thirsty, South Main Hotel accommod... Read more

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TCU head swimming and diving coach Richard Sybesma announced his retirement in June after 38 years of coaching. Sybesma, who started at TCU in 1979, was the longest tenured head coach for any sport in TCU history. “I’ve had an incredible 38 year... Read more

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Protein Fit Kitchen will open in early July in the Park Village Shopping Center in Southlake. Chef Kalen Jane, formerly of FW Market + Table and Tillman’s Roadhouse, will serve as executive chef and general manager. Customers at the healthy-conc... Read more

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Five additional restaurants have been added to the lineup for The Shops at Clearfork – the 500,000-square-foot, open-air center that is home to the new Neiman Marcus. New names include: rise no.3. A Dallas-based French restaurant serving sweet a... Read more

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GROUND BROKE JUNE 19 FOR FORT WORTH’S NEWEST LIBRARY, LOCATED AT 4264 GOLDEN TRIANGLE BLVD. IN FAR NORTH FORT WORTH. The library, to be named Golden Triangle Branch Library, will span 15,000 square feet. Amenities include a makerspace with 3-D pr... Read more

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Live oaks dating back hundreds of years stretch their long and arthritic branches back around to their roots, reaching the ground and creating little cavernous outdoor rooms that entertain the golfer’s eye at Rockwood Park Golf Course. A gang of ... Read more

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