The sentimental and emotional nature of your sign is the perfect match for Winslow’s Wine Cafe and its dog-friendly patio. Sit by the fire with your four-legged friend or grab some pizza and sit indoors to enjoy the homey vibes.
Wine Thief is a perfect fit for the warm, loving nature you possess. You are also not afraid to let your presence be known at this Omni Hotel tasting room. Be sure to swing by the patio and experience delicious bites from Bob’s Steak and Chop House.
The earthy art and decor sums up your practical + grounded qualities. As an earth sign, it sure doesn’t hurt to nurture your roots with the company of a plant or two while relaxing at one of the cozy indoor seating spots.
Dallas Mavericks | Thursday, Feb. 2 | 7:30 p.m. | American Airlines Center, 2500 Victory Ave., Dallas | $20-$450 | The Mavs will face the New Orleans Pelicans on their home court — watch the game from home on Bally Sports Southwest.
Friday, Feb. 3
“All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” | Friday, Feb. 3-Sunday, Feb. 5 | Times vary | The Modern, 3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth | $7-$10 | Directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Laura Poitras, this film shows a photographer’s fight against addiction.
Saturday, Feb. 4
Glass Blowing Workshop | Saturday, Feb. 4 | Times vary | SiNaCa Studios, 1013 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth | $50-$65 | Students can create a glass-blown heart, ring, or scratch tile platter during this workshop.
Sunday, Feb. 5
Galentine’s Brunch | Sunday, Feb. 5 | 1 p.m. | United Performing Arts Company, 2304 W. Park Row Dr., Pantego | $35-$275 | Invite your friends for a girls day out with a delicious brunch and a friendship-themed trivia game — proceeds will benefit the United Performing Arts Company dancers.
Monday, Feb. 6
Knit and Crochet Circle | Monday, Feb. 6 | 6-8 p.m. | Grapevine Public Library, 1201 Municipal Way, Grapevine | Free | Adults and teens are invited to learn how to knit and crochet — supplies will be provided.
With the current winter storm, please note events are subject to be postponed or canceled. Be sure to check in with event hosts and businesses via social media to be aware of any cancellations or event updates.
The DFW metro set a new daily snowfall record on Tuesday with 1.3 inches of snow. According to the National Weather Service, sleet on the ground is equivalent to snowfall in regards to record keeping. This week’s record beats the 1.2 inches set in 1985. 🌨️
With more ice forming on the roads overnight, local campuses and city services will remain closed. Be sure to double-check what businesses are open through social media before venturing out on the roads — although, we advise everyone to stay home if you can. ❄️
Fort Worth ISD is hiring international teachers with a base salary of $60,000. The district is holding two virtual information sessions next Wednesday, Feb. 8. Register now. 📚
TCU football fans now have a road map for the upcoming season with the release of the 2023 schedule. The Horned Frogs will face BYU, Cincinnati, Houston, and UCF as the teams launch their inaugural Big 12 seasons. The first home game is Saturday, Sept. 2 against Colorado. 🏈
The city is looking to sell methane gas generated by the southeast landfill. City leaders will vote next week on whether to hire a law firm to look into the legality of the extraction. Solid waste director Brandon Bennett said the landfill could provide revenue through its 15-year life cycle. 🗑️ (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
There’s a new ghost tour giving thrills in the Stockyards. US Ghost Adventures is taking guests on nightly tours — with 30-minute and hour-long options — with stops at Miss Molly’s Hotel and other locations deemed haunted. Book a tour and learn about the guests who have long overstayed their welcome. 👻
BNSF Railway Company is investing $3.96 billion into its 2023 capital investment plan. In a press release, the local company said it plans to update tracks and rail, improve infrastructure, and complete a second main track expansion in Fort Worth. 🚂
The show must go on — participants of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo are doing what they can to keep their animals warm. Exhibitors said they’re using a heavy-duty dryer to keep ice from forming on the cattle’s coat. Meanwhile, younger guests are making the most of the snow day. 🐄 (FOX4)
What we’re buying for our cars:Dash cams. The REDTIGER Dual Dash Camera captures both the front and rear of your car and can be a lifesaver when it comes to contesting traffic violations and recording evidence of collisions. Plus, it connects to your mobile device. 🚦*
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