After what turned out to be a temporary shipping delay, the Christmas tree for Fort Worth’s Sundance Square has arrived.
DFW has many places to celebrate National Native American History Month this November. These are some of the best ways to celebrate Native American history and culture.
As DFW waves goodbye to the heat, the Metroplex comes alive with exciting festivals. Cities and cultural organizations host festivals celebrating world diversity, cuisine and the arts.
Energy efficiency is probably not the first thing that comes to mind when looking at tall buildings peppering the downtown skyline. But there is a new push to go green in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square.
City leaders and non-profit organizers are suggesting you eat and support a worthy cause when you’re in downtown Fort Worth. The YWCA Fort Worth has launched a sandwich production and bike delivery service called Power Lunch.
City, business and community leaders gathered for an early morning ceremony Wednesday and launched the dawn of a new image campaign for downtown.
A shower of confetti launched the official makeover of Sundance Square Wednesday, even though construction barricades were erected a week as work begun on the massive upgrading of Fort Worth’s downtown.
Say goodbye to Sundance Square in Fort Worth as you know it.
The Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival opens Thursday morning in downtown Fort Worth, and there are plenty of activities and vendors to check out.
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.
Whether it’s a Cinderella night or a day out with the family, a horse-drawn carriage is guaranteed to make lasting memories.
It was a cold day to be outside, yet hundreds of parents lined a block in Fort Worth on Sunday to collect toys and books from the Cowboy Santas.