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Latin arts festival comes to Fort Worth

Published Oct 14, 2011

This weekend’s MúsicArte, a Latin arts festival, promises a lively environment with performances by musicians such as Los Lonely Boys, both local and worldwide cultural art exhibitions and...

Concert attendees asked to donate to charities instead of admission fee

Published Oct 14, 2011

The First Friday on the Green concert series hosts its last concert of the year with Dallas-Fort Worth bands Stella Rose, Oil Boom and Skeleton Coast. The Fort Worth Weekly and Fort Worth South Inc. sponsor...

Chicken restaurant opens in Hulen location

Published Oct 13, 2011

Popular chicken restaurant Raising Cane’s officially opened its doors in Fort Worth Wednesday. The new restaurant is located at 5729 S. Hulen St. and marks the 111th store for the chain. The grand...

New movie ’50/50′ provides plenty of laughs, tears

Published Oct 7, 2011

50/50 is an alternately hilarious and tear-jerking tale of a twenty-something diagnosed with cancer. At its most basic, it is a success both as a drama and as a comedy, and in cinema, that is a difficult...

Biannual art gallery to showcase this weekend

Published Oct 7, 2011

This weekend, the Near Southside  of Fort Worth  will become one big art gallery for biannual event ArtsGoggle. Artists and local businesses will come together to provide patrons with free food...

Two Raising Cane’s restaurants to open near campus

Published Oct 7, 2011

Popular fried chicken chain Raising Cane’s will soon open its doors to the community. The company, based out of Louisiana, will open two locations in the near future. One restaurant will be located...

Students disagree about best eatery

Published Oct 7, 2011

Here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, we are obsessed with burgers. In fact, “obsessed” is an understatement. As a metroplex, we are consumed with an unending urge for utter burger perfection. What...

YMCA programs provides sports alternative

Published Oct 7, 2011

For TCU students who have participated in sports in high school, their journeys and dreams of sports usually end at graduation, unless they choose to become a college athlete. Senior middle school education...

Arlington taking texting off the road for good

Published Oct 6, 2011

Starting in November, people driving through the city of Arlington could get pulled over for texting. The city council passed an ordinance banning texting while driving on Sept. 13, according to city...

Recent fire hits home for some students

Published Oct 4, 2011

Monday morning, Whitney Ground, a freshman biology major, received a text message from her mother. It was a photo of massive plumes of smoke from a chemical fire near her family’s home in Waxahachie,...

Open mic draws diverse crowd

Published Sep 30, 2011

To share in free live music and affordable caffeine, students can go to Stay Wired Coffeehouse and Computer Services for Open Mic night on Thursday nights. Students can enjoy the talent of local musicians...

Fort Worth music comes back home

Published Sep 30, 2011

Fort Worth has a rich musical history, which is why the Fort Worth Musical Festival added a wider variety of entertainment this year, Marsha Milam, producer of the Fort Worth Music Festival, said.  Milam...