Posts Tagged ‘near southside’

Fort Worthology: ArtSouth

Kevin Buchanan
A recent Fort Worth Weekly story discussed a major problem in the local art scene: Our city can’t seem to promote middle level of the arts spectrum. We’ve got casual events like Gallery Night and Arts Goggle that are open t...

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Fort Worthology: Rosedale and Lake Streets

Kevin Buchanan
One aspect of development in the Near Southside that’s somewhat unique among Fort Worth’s revitalizing urban neighborhoods is the preponderance of small, single-lot development projects being built. In contrast to the large...


South Main Street Development Update

Kevin Buchanan
South Main Street, in the Near Southside, is currently in the early stages of an $8.6 million reconstruction process that will see the street rebuilt with wider sidewalks, street trees and lights, safer pedestrian crossings, an...


Firing Cannon Chinese Kitchen

Flavors explode at this Near Southside traditional eatery.
Edward Brown
Cannon Chinese Kitchen proprietors Jarry and Mary Ho have had more than their share of successes and setbacks. In June 2014, an accidental fire forced the temporary closing of the duo’s first restaurant, the popular Tokyo Caf...


Lukewarm Damn Tamales

Chow, Baby
I couldn’t believe she was blaming us for the crappy service. “The problem is,” explained the owner of Hot Damn, Tamales! to my table of eight on Mother’s Day, “you ordered off of the menu, and we thought you were goi...


Winslow’s: A New Breed

Chow, Baby
Why do people think it’s funny to tease dogs? On a recent cool weekday afternoon, I left my pup in the car as I stopped to pick up some grub at Temaki Sushi (1504 W. Magnolia Ave.). I could hear her yip at every passerby on M...


Aim that Cannon

Chow, Baby
Dear Group of Twentysomethings at Cannon Chinese Kitchen, I’m sure going somewhere besides Chili’s or Sherlock’s was a fun change of pace for the six of you. But how to behave at a nice restaurant is very different from a...


A Proper Introduction

I’d like to say I didn’t have a good reason for taking so long to write about Proper, the newish bar on the less trendy end of West Magnolia Avenue, but the truth is that in my first couple of visits, I really wasn’t wowe...

Huckabee: “They could probably make it a little easier for stupid people to understand.” Courtesy Rachel Pilcher

Peddling Pedaling

A nonprofit lesson: Bike sharing is not bike renting.
The nonprofit Fort Worth Bike Sharing turns a year old this month, but some people just haven’t figured out what it’s all about yet. The bike-sharing rack near the Shipping & Receiving Bar on the Near Southside seemed l...


Will You Love The Wildcatter Exchange? May Be

Jeff Prince
If you missed the first Woodstock, first Bonnaroo, first ACL fest, and other great cultural “firsts,” well, now’s your chance to say you were at the first Wildcatter Exchange weekend festival (You can only say...