Big Tex Preparing To Give A Big 'Howdy Folks!' As The Cowboy Goes Up At The State Fair Of TexasThe the 2020 State Fair of Texas may not be open to all, but Big Tex -- Fair Park's favorite cowboy -- is all dressed up and taking his rightful place today.
No Fake Fans Or Canned Applause As The ACM Awards Bring Live Performances Back To TV During PandemicThe Academy of Country Music Awards are scheduled to take place Wednesday and don't expect to see fake fans, pre-taped acceptance speeches or hear canned applause.
Western Art Collected By T. Boone Pickens Offered At AuctionWorks of art depicting the American West and other pieces collected by the late Texas oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens are expected to sell at auction for more than $15 million.
Same Start Date, Different Location For Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Fall Symphonic SeriesBass Performance Hall remains closed through the end of the year, so the Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium will have to do.
Coronavirus Pandemic Melts Plans For This Year's Gaylord ICE! Exhibit2020 is officially a no fun zone.
Dallas Artists Take Out Their Brushes, Paint Tribute Mural Of The 'Black Panther' Chadwick BosemanThe man who brought historical figures to life for millions and is the most famous fictional king in recent times is being remembered by artists in Dallas.
Professional Bull Riders 'Unleash The Beast' Kicks Off At Dickies ArenaFor the first time in 16 years, the Professional Bull Riders' “Unleash the Beast” event is happening this weekend at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth.
Esports Team 'Dallas Empire' Make It To The 2020 Call Of Duty League FinalsIt's championship weekend for the Dallas Empire. The esports team is one of four who have made it to the Call of Duty League 2020 Finals.
Survey: Coronavirus Losses Double To $67 Million For Dallas Arts & Culture SectorA new survey shows the COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on the nonprofit arts and cultural sector in the city of Dallas -- causing a running total of more than $67,770,000 in losses.
30 Years Later, Fans Remember Texas Blues Legend Stevie Ray VaughanThirty years have passed since Texas Blues legend and Dallas native Stevie Ray Vaughan was killed in a helicopter crash.
See Big Tex In A Mask, Enjoy State Fair Of Texas Drive-Thru For First Time In 134 Year HistoryThis fall may be your only chance to see Big Tex wearing a mask, when for the first time in its 134-year history, the State Fair of Texas offers fans a way to experience it without ever leaving their cars.
Power Trip Lead Singer, Advocate With 'Heart Of Gold,' Riley Gale Dead At 34Politically outspoken singer and leader of Dallas thrash band Power Trip, Riley Gale has died. He was 34 years old.
Fort Worth-Native Kirk Franklin Wins Big At Stellar Gospel Music AwardsTexas native Kirk Franklin made a splash at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards. The singer took home six trophies during the 35th annual awards held virtually on Sunday night.
Reset, Refresh: Nasher Sculpture Center Reopens With Capacity RestrictionsThe primary element to its COVID-19 re-opening is the capacity restriction. They are allowing no more than 40 people inside the museum at a time.
Coronavirus Pandemic Claims Dallas Dining Hotspot 'Savor In Klyde Warren Park'Popular dining destination, Savor in Klyde Warren Park is closing following dinner service this Sunday.