Every city in North Texas – even some neighborhoods – have their own way of celebrating July 4th. Here are just a couple of commemorations to hit this year and a list of fireworks-watching opportunities.
Head to Main Street Garden for tacos, tequila, wrestling, and live music.
This art party features live art-making, music, and interactive art for the kids.
Spend a day with the Poky Little Puppy and his friends at Irving Arts Center.
This family funday event gets inspiration from Jean Shin’s exhibition and includes music and tea time.
Music, history, art…it’s all at the Texas Heritage Festival at the Heard.
Classical musicians get the chance to experiment, collaborate, and perform in a casual environment at Open Classical’s open mics.
For this week’s Art & Seek Spotlight, we’re headed to Shipping and Receiving Bar in Fort Worth for the Rockin’ Farmers Market. Rockin’ Our Community is a food movement dedicated to providing local, fresh food to families in North Texas, and this is not your average farmers market – along with the normal fare found at […]
The play “Mercy Killers” addresses America’s controversial healthcare system, but it’s mostly a story of humanity.
The Design District will be teeming with art lovers as several galleries hold exhibition openings Saturday night.