Bass Performance Hall
DFW spring theater productions are creating a buzz. If you want to secure tickets to some of the best theater productions offered this spring, now is the time to reserve them.
There are a number of events and parties designed to help you enjoy the New Year! KRLD’s Tasha Stevens fills you in.
The back to the future time machine has not quite been invented yet, but we do have ways to turn back time. On Tuesday, join Executive Medicine of North Texas as they present “Stay Young at the Bass: An Evening with Suzanne Somers”.
Officials in Fort Worth held a meeting on Thursday, trying to reach an agreement with garage owners and keep downtown parking spaces free on nights and weekends.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? From fireworks at the lake to golfing for a good cause to awesome live music, we have got you covered with a full list of events!
When the next rainy North Texas day threatens to ruin your plans, take the opportunity to try out one of these activities.
The saying in theater is ‘The Show Must Go On’ – but for the performers Saturday at Bass Hall, that was not the case.
The Texas Ballet Theater will continue their 2012–2013 season with two performances this weekend.
Lunar New Year is one of the most important holidays in many Asian cultures and refers to the beginning of the new year based on the lunar calendar. This year, Lunar New Year will be celebrated on Feb. 10. Many different organizations and cultural societies will be hosting celebrations for the community to celebrate this exciting holiday.
There are plenty of exciting holiday productions going on in the DFW area that are sure to keep the entire family entertained, and cure any case of the bah humbugs.
Held hostage on her estate, Anne H. Bass, the former wife of Texas billionaire Sid Bass, received an injection from masked assailants who made a chilling ultimatum: Hand over millions of dollars for the antidote, or die from a deadly virus.
For fans of the ballet, the Metroplex has a wide variety of venues available to catch performances — from local student groups to the world-renowned Texas Ballet Theatre.