Fort Worth Stockyards
From Western to wildly contemporary, Dallas-Fort Worth boasts an exciting and talented art community perfect for any taste. The best places to buy local art for less than $100 offer up everything from home decor pieces to the ideal gift for any eclectic in-law.
Though most ghosts are a surprise, DFW’s best haunts surprise with their locations. From a man crushed at the zoo to a traditional haunted hotel, this area is chock full of spirits.
When perusing the most bizarre statues or public art works in DFW, keep in mind that bizarre is not necessarily negative, but simply just something out of the ordinary.
On Labor Day, the senior member of The Fort Worth Herd, famous for its twice-daily recreation of a Longhorn cattle drive through the Stockyards’, missed work for the first time since The Herd formed in 1999. Did we mention this famous figure is a cow?
Tourists visiting Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards got to see a cattle drive and a major water main break all in the same morning. Shortly before the daily drive of Texas longhorns the water main under Exchange Avenue burst.
Hungry? There’ s new dining option in Fort Worth. Cowtown Chow Down, the city’s newest food truck park, opened today.
A group of dogs will be practicing their search, rescue and attack techniques at the May-Hem K-9 Courage & Control Competition in Fort Worth on Thursday night.
If you haven’t made plans for the Fourth of July yet, the Red Headed Stranger has a picnic and some guitar pickin’ for you in Fort Worth.
DFW’s best kept secret are the talented buskers who perform in Deep Ellum, the Fort Worth Stockyards, Sundance Square and a variety of festivals.
DART is moving forward with plans for a commuter rail line that will run from Wiley to the Fort Worth Stockyards.
The recent downpour of rain hasn’t been enough to help ease the the dilemma facing North Texas farmers and ranchers. The months of extreme heat and the continued lack of rain over the summer has further complicated a hay shortage in the region.
It was an idea that began in a committee of the Fort Worth Arts Commission: Build a statue representing the hard work and enormous influence of Mexican culture in the Old West.