Posts Tagged ‘downtown Fort Worth’
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Fort Worthology: Pinnacle Place Update

Kevin Buchanan
Part of the appeal of removing the old I-30 overhead freeway from Lancaster Avenue downtown (apart from getting rid of a hideous relic of failed post-war auto-centric city planning that was strangling the entire south end of th...


2014 Tarrant County Gay Pride Week

The 2014 Tarrant County Gay Pride Week festivities happen Oct 2-12 at different venues around the city. Here’s a complete guide to the times, dates, and locations of all the events, but it’s a good idea to highlight the wee...

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Downtown Fort Worth SketchCrawl

You can do a lot of things with a group of people –– eat, watch a movie, play with your dog at a dog park –– but sketching (as in quick, superficial drawing) feels more intimate than a lot of those activities. Why? Beca...


Flight Plans

Chow, Baby is into trying new things, both at restaurants and in this column space. With that in mind, I present the first ever “choose your own adventure” column. Just follow the directions and move me like a chess piece i...

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Homeless People On The Attack Downtown

Jeff Prince
Fort Worth transformed its downtown from a dark, sullen, Mad Max-type of place in the 1970s and 1980s to the cheery, well-lit, activity-filled fun factory that it is today, with Sundance Square being the primary pride and joy. ...

Tarrant County Gay Pride Week

Jimmy Fowler
The big headline for this year’s 30th Annual Tarrant County Gay Pride Week is that the “Ride the Rainbow” pride parade (10am Sat Oct 1) has moved from its traditional spot on South Jennings Street to the heart of downtown...