The Burleson-bred singer’s talk show won’t launch till 2019, but there are already reports that Steve Harvey’s daytime show is a goner. That news comes less than a month after a DFW radio station dropped Harvey.
Early-bird passes go on sale Thursday for Kaaboo Texas, a multiday music/comedy/art/food/drink festival coming to AT&T Stadium next year. The Jerry Jones family is helping bring the fest to Arlington and Texas.
At lunch on Tuesdays, $8.95 will buy a classic Star chicken-fried with housemade mashed potatoes, a vegetable and a biscuit that tastes just like those the Boles family has been making for half a century.
In the Sack, a sandwich shop with gourmet wines and liquors known for free delivery, says on Twitter that it will close on Sept. 22, just shy of its 1st anniversary in downtown Fort Worth. A Dallas store remains open.
Blake Shelton will play a free ‘pop-up’ concert Thursday at Billy Bob’s. But even though it’s free, you’ll need a wristband to enter. Here’s when and where to start lining up, when the doors open, and more.
Nathan Fast, who moved from California to become the morning host at 103.7 Amp FM only to have it change formats months later, is coming back as the new morning-show host on country statiion 99..5 The Wolf.
‘The Morning Rush,’ a locally based radio show featuring comedian Rudy Rush and former ‘Rickey Smiley Morning Show’ cast member Claudia Jordan, will start Sept. 24 on KRNB/105.7 FM, according to reports.
You can look at Barrel & Bones Craft Bar and Smokehouse as a whiskey bar that serves barbecue or a BBQ joint with a great whiskey program. It’s now open in one of Fort Worth’s most troubled restaurant spots.
An ensemble of actors sang a song about the diversity issue in Hollywood called, "We Solved It," beloved actress Betty White made an appearance and Glenn Weiss won the Emmy for directing the Oscars telecast before proposing to his girlfriend.
South Korean pop supergroup BTS performed two September concerts in Fort Worth Texas. The set list for the first concert included songs from the “Love Yourself” albums. Band was at Fort Worth Convention Center.