Participants in the Zoo Run will get a peek at how the Fort Worth Zoo wakes up and have a chance to support local and international conservation efforts.
Life & Culture
They say the walk did better than it was hoped to do in both its financial and awareness goals.
It’s part of an effort to raise money and awareness on the issue.
The Fort Worth YardSmart seminar will aim to teach residents about ways to conserve water with landscaping.
A new exhibit features the work of Chuck Jones
Cyclists around Fort Worth can expect to see a few more of the familiar red and gray bike racks that dot the city. Ten new stations will be added in coming months, nine of which will be constructed in May, said Kristen Camareno, executive director of Fort Worth Bike Sharing. […]
The green field slopes gently down to a neatly kept garden. Small vegetable planters line the garden’s fence, and leafy greens are beginning to emerge. Through the cast-iron gate, a dirt path winds through the canopy of trees and patches of native Texan bushes, flowers and cacti.
Developers of the mixed-use development along Bryant Irvin Road plan to open a Whole Foods Market next spring.
Zyn22 is a new celebrity fitness craze that has come to Fort Worth. “It incorporates high energy music, motivational speaking and community through movement,” said Zyn22 instructor Denis Morton. Unlike other spin classes, this exercise incorporates dance. All 50 bikers in the room pedal on the same foot and to […]
The Kimbell Art Museum will open a new temporary exhibit showcasing the personal collections of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass starting March 1.
The collection will feature 37 paintings and sculptures that represent a wide range of time periods,