Posts Tagged ‘7th’
This little taco cart behind 7th Haven hits all the right pleasure sensors.
A few years ago, late-night dining options for Fort Worth folks were limited to Ol’ South or Whataburger. Thankfully, a few intrepid entrepreneurs are rectifying the situation by opening delicious taco trucks. We have been ra...
If you missed it on Sunday, the 13th Annual Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards Festival was pretty awesome. As I left the Stoogeaphilia show at 7th Haven to catch the end of The Burning Hotels’ set at Lola’s, I saw a throng mak...
The Where House is a newish arts space near 1919 Hemphill that’s hosted some interesting happenings lately — a string that will continue on Saturday. The Orbans –– about to release their startling ambitious and alarming...
For the sake of some jokes, I spent half the morning trying to think up reasons why I don’t like St. Patrick’s Day or, as I like to call it, 24 to 96 Hours of Blarney Baloney. Truth is, I couldn’t think of any good ones, ...
The Fort Worth Center for Architecture hosts a traveling exhibit this holiday season. They’re showing the sketches submitted by the six architectural firms that competed for the job of renovating and adding to the Getty M...
A “queer kiss-in“? In the Stockyards? During Texas-OU weekend?! Oh, brother. Can you spell “T-R-O-U-B-L-E”?
Before closing about a year ago, The Pour House was a Sundance Square institution, a 13-year-old sports bar with the spirit of an inviting nightclub and a kitchen that rivaled that of a fine-dining establishment. It was with gl...
A West 7th Street entertainment complex was more than another miss for a local architect.
Local architect Ken Schaumburg is known in the real estate development business for hits and misses.
From the good folks behind the dearly departed 7th Street Station Grill comes M&O, a diner in the best sense of the term.
Daniel Badillo and his wife Rose know how to run a restaurant.
Landscape painting has been with us since art began, and artists have often used their imaginations to improve on nature and create ideally pleasing views. That’s why the genre has survived so many artistic movements.