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Tequila Dinner at Cantina Laredo

Evoking the flavors of a modern Mexico City cuisine, several Cantina Laredo locations will host an exclusive four-course Tequila Dinner, featuring distinctive off-the-menu items paired with a featured tequila cocktail. The menu at each event includes: Bacon Wrapped Jalapeño Shrimp; Roasted Tomato & Artichoke Soup; Lamb Chops with Pistachio Pipian, served with sautéed matchstick vegetables; [...]

Riscky’s Rib-Eating Contest

Riscky's Rib-Eating Contest

Riscky’s Barbeque, a Fort Worth BBQ legend since 1927, is hosting its 10th annual rib eating contest on July 23, coinciding with celebratory events hosted by the Fort Worth Stockyards and Stockyards Station in honor of the National Day of the American Cowboy. Riscky’s Barbeque will challenge 20 barbeque enthusiasts to eat as many Riscky’s beef [...]

Untapped Festival Fort Worth Announces Beer List

Untapped Festival Fort Worth Announces Beer List

Untapped Festival, Texas’s popular craft beer and music festival, has announced the incredible list of brews and local food vendors on tap for its fourth return to Fort Worth on June 11 at Panther Island Pavilion.

2015 Fort Worth Untapped Beer & Music Festival

2015 Fort Worth Untapped Beer & Music Festival

Spune Productions has pulled out all of the stops for this year's Fort Worth Untapped Beer & Music Festival on May 9th at Panther Island Pavilion.  They have pulled together beers and breweries from across the state, the country, and the world.  This year we will see a wide selection from far flung breweries like [...]

THIS WEEKEND: Fall For The Arts

THIS WEEKEND: Fall For The Arts

There’s another big event on the horizon for the local arts scene this weekend. Fall For The Arts is a collaborative effort between CBS Radio, Dallas Arts District, Klyde Warren Park, Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, Business Council for the Arts, TACA and Arts Council of Ft. Worth. Activities will include two main stages that [...]

10 Must See Dallas Summer Exhibitions

10 Must See Dallas Summer Exhibitions

DFW museums are not messing around this summer. Art lovers can expect to see world-class works from around the globe. From twelfth-century Japanese armor to eighteenth-century French drawings, there’s truly something for everyone to enjoy this summer. Don’t forget to check out the extended viewing hours that most institutions promote heavily this time of year offering discounted tickets, drinks and live entertainment. Here are my picks for the 10 must see DFW summer exhibitions.

37 Must Attend Dallas Benefits and Galas Happening this Spring

37 Must Attend Dallas Benefits and Galas Happening this Spring

Get out your Christian Louboutins (and your checkbooks), this season’s Dallas benefits and galas calendar is bigger and more fabulous than ever. From hospitals to fine art, you can bet there is a fundraiser happening in your neighborhood right now. Each year, Dallas fundraisers seem to push the envelope featuring over-the-top décor, gourmet food, gossip-worthy celebrity sightings, flashy entertainment and one-of-a-kind art auctions; and this spring is no exception. So, are you ready to support a good cause while attending DFW’s most fabulous events?

A Recap of This Weekend’s Untapped Festival in Fort Worth

A Recap of This Weekend's Untapped Festival in Fort Worth

Despite the on-and-off drizzle and the cooler temperatures, the masses came out for the Untapped Beer and Music Festival in Fort Worth. Personally, I was the one hoping the weather would keep away more people, leaving shorter beer lines for the rest of us.

Untapped 2014: Fort Worth Preview

With the successful addition of the CANNED Festival in Denton and Untapped: Houston, the Untapped Festival comes back to the Panther Island Pavilion in Fort Worth this year on March 8th. To date, the 2013 Fort Worth Untapped Festival has been the highest attended event so far in the series, and they don’t plan on slowing down any time soon.

Preservation Texas Announced Heritage Park as one of Texas’ Most Endangered Places for 2009

Preservation Texas Announced Heritage Park as one of Texas' Most Endangered Places for 2009

In the middle of North Texas existed this beautiful space for people to relax in the shade and listen to the water from the fountains. The Park, situated on the bluffs and overlooking the Trinity River, has been closed off since April 2007 due to its lack of maintenance and safety concerns.