Matt Litz transforms pencil sketches and sheets of silver into intricately engraved Western-style rings, bracelets, belt buckles — anything, really, that strikes his fancy, arouses his interest or pays the bills.
By now you should have your new 2015 calendar. An entire year stretches before you with blank pages. Here are 15 important local arts and entertainment events worth your attention. They are listed in chronological order so it will be easy to move them into your date book.
The Presbyterian Night Shelter hosted its 20th annual Christmas Gala on Dec. 5 at the Fort Worth Club on Dec. 5. The event, which raised funds to help improve circumstances for the homeless population of Fort Worth, included a special dinner prepared by chef Tim Prefontaine and live entertainment by Austin-based band Blind Date.
Children’s Charities of Fort Worth hosted its 26th annual Margarita Charity Ball on Nov. 8 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. The event, which collected toys for Tarrant County’s underprivileged children, featured live music from the band Party Machine, casino games, cocktails and a silent auction.
For more than two decades, the Caren Koslow✔ Fashion Show, benefiting the Texas Ballet Theater,✔ has sold out instantly, and this year’s presentation was no exception. On Dec. 11, TBT company members danced, leaped and strutted down a runway flanked by rows of VIP seating, all arranged onstage at Bass Hall.