AF+B Closes

AF+B, located in the heart of Fort Worth’s flourishing West 7th district, closed its doors to the public, Sept. 3. The American comfort food restaurant is one of five concepts managed by Raised Palate Restaurants Company. The 6,000-square-foot restaurant joined its sister company, Fireside Pies, on Crockett Street in January 2014 and received raving reviews…

Bilingual Barber

This October the Fort Worth Opera will present its first-ever, bilingual family-friendly production, The Barber of Seville in Texas, as part of its community engagement initiative. | By Brianna Kessler | THE BARBER OF SEVILLE IN TEXAS is a fun and comical English/Spanish spin on Rossini’s original production, The Barber of Seville, and is perfect…

Exquisite Traveling Exhibition

America is enriched with a diverse and remarkable history of culture. It is a country of many traditions and beliefs coming together. This summer Amon Carter Museum of American Art honors the indigenous people of this country in the first-ever traveling exhibition of American Indian art curated from the Diker Collection. Indigenous Beauty showcases stunning…

Art Gallery at Fort Worth Community Arts center

The Fort Worth Community Arts center hosted a photography exhibit featuring the work of well-known photographer Marilyn Waligore from March 6 to April 25, 2015. The exhibition featured 14 photos from her collection utopian dilemma: upstream/downstream. Each photo, priced at $1,200, displayed recycled aluminum metal made into modern art sculptures. The group of photographs, presented…