In Fort Worth, former fine-dining chef Sage Sakiri is doing the same dishes as always, but they’re in boxes or on paper plates for inexpensive prices in a casual east side cafe. “I think it’s where the market is today,” he said,
BBQ on the Brazos, for years located at a Cresson gas station, lost its lease, and owners Kathryn Warren and John Sanford spent Thursday moving out. The couple will operate from their food truck and look for a new brick and mortar location.
The new "Harley Quinn Spinsanity" ride will open to the public on Saturday, July 14, 2018, at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington. The unique ride uses gyro technology to twist and flip thrill seekers, while suspending them up to 70 feet in the air.
Vinnie Paul, the 54-year-old drummer who founded Pantera with his brother, was memorialized in a tribute at the Bomb Factory Sunday night in Dallas. Paul died June 22. His brother, "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, was murdered in 2004.
Star-Telegram Digital Reporter, Prescotte Stokes III, took a chauffeured ride around Fort Worth in an Indycar stopping at a Whataburger, Kroger and the Fort Worth Stockyards. The response from people on the streets, "Is that your car?"
Calvin Shelby, the owner of The Craftcade Pinball Bar in Fort Worth, and general manager/bartender John Cocke talk about their pinball-arcade-meets-cocktail bar concept. The bar is in a former bookstore at 615 S. Jennings Ave. in Fort Worth.