Bill Newberry, who with his wife Rose Pearson founded Circle Theatre in 1981 and shepherded it through 3 locations, has died, according to a note on the Circle website and various reports. Pearson died in 2016.
The Catch, an East Texas-based seafood chain that recently closed its second Fort Worth location in four months, has new locations coming — and its owner says that The Catch isn’t done with Fort Worth yet.
The Catch, a Tyler-based seafood chain, has closed its far north Fort Worth location, a few months after closing a west Fort Worth location in November. Arlington, Burleson and Mansfield spots remain open.
After seeing a Topeka police duo’s police-car karaoke videos on YouTube, Burleson-bred Kelly Clarkson invited them onstage during a Kansas City concert. Could she do the same thing at her Feb. 28 show in Dallas?
K-pop group Blackpink’s world tour, starting Friday, has 8 North American dates. Two are at Coachella. One is Fort Worth, echoing K-pop band BTS’ including Fort Worth as one of a few U.S. stops on its 2018 tour.
On ‘Dusty Attics,’ Jody Dean’s new Saturday-night show on KLUV/98.7 FM, he’ll talk with local celebrities about songs that are the most meaningful to them. First up: former Fox 4 meteorologist Jen Myers.
The Fort Worth Zoo is among the places serving a special Valentine’s dinner. You can also find a cheap comfort-food meal, beer-and-sweets pairings, a dumpling pop-up and even some traditional stuff in our list. UPDATED
Bryan Wilson, Fort Worth attorney and self-proclaimed Texas Law Hawk, paid tribute to the 45th anniversary of Evil Knievel's jump over 14 mack trucks at Green Valley Raceway in North Richland Hills with his own stunt during a Lone Star Brahmas game.