AF+B Closes

AF+B, located in the heart of Fort Worth’s flourishing West 7th district, closed its doors to the public, Sept. 3. The American comfort food restaurant is one of five concepts managed by Raised Palate Restaurants Company. The 6,000-square-foot restaurant joined its sister company, Fireside Pies, on Crockett Street in January 2014 and received raving reviews…

Six Flags Adds 3 New Rides in Gotham City

Batman’s New Friends Published by: Fort Worth Magazine Six Flags Over Texas plans to add three new rides in Gotham City near the Batman and Mr. Freeze roller coasters to create “the ultimate battle of Batman versus the Rogue’s Gallery of Super-Villains” experience. The 214-acre theme park in Arlington has plenty of room for this exciting…

A New Library in Fort Worth

In efforts to reach the growing number of families and children residing in the “far north” neighborhoods of Fort Worth, the city council voted to buy a $1.5 million property, located at 4264 Golden Triangle Blvd., to open a new library. “Far north” Fort Worth makes up one-fifth of the city’s population with a total…

Bilingual Barber

This October the Fort Worth Opera will present its first-ever, bilingual family-friendly production, The Barber of Seville in Texas, as part of its community engagement initiative. | By Brianna Kessler | THE BARBER OF SEVILLE IN TEXAS is a fun and comical English/Spanish spin on Rossini’s original production, The Barber of Seville, and is perfect…

New Superintendent Selected

Dr. Kent Paredes Scribner has officially been hired as Fort Worth Independent School District’s new permanent superintendent. Scribner, currently superintendent in the largest high school district in Arizona, will start this new position on Oct. 15, 2015. Anticipating the start of his new role, Scribner is spending his time learning about the community. “Dr. Kent…

New Rules for Early Retirement

 Published by:Fort Worth Magazine Tips from local wealth management specialists for avoiding the pitfalls Ready for retirement? The truth is most people aren’t. Even after years of working, saving and planning, the time for retirement is never easy. The majority of Americans plan to work past the age of 65 or do not plan to…