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🎨 Break out the brushes
You could even pair a warm terracotta shade with a moody charcoal like Behr’s Cracked Pepper. | Photo courtesy of HGTV Home® by Sherwin-Williams
Looking for a new summer project? How about tackling that long-put-off home improvement project — painting your house. If you’re tired of flipping through swatches, we’ve got you covered with the year’s most popular paint colors + where to find them at Fort Worth stores.


Add wooden furniture or metal accents to make the pale blue pop.


Photo courtesy of Sherwin-Williams

Colors of the year

Wash your walls in serene blue tones that make your home feel relaxing and peaceful. Check out Upward by Sherwin-Williams for a soft shade with a “hint of a silver lining” or sink into the deep hue of Benjamin Moore’s Blue Nova that sways toward violet.

Warm terracotta shades are all the rage. Brighten up your space with Persimmon from HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams or Pantone’s color of the year Peach Fuzz.

Evoke a sense of nature with earthy greens like Graham & Brown’s muted Viridis shade for inside or James Hardie’s inaugural color of the year, Mountain Sage, for outside.


Use our interactive map to find your favorite shade close to you.


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Pick your paint

Neutrals are out + colors are in — use our interactive map to find a retailer near you, then head to these local suppliers to get started:
What colors would you use in your home?

Rank these color palettes from must-do designs to probably-pass paint colors.

A. Serene blues — bring on the calm
B. Warm terracottas — add a little spice
C. Earthy greens — going au naturale
D. Nice neutrals — keep it simple
Tuesday, June 11
  • Karaoke | Tuesday, June 11 | 6-10 p.m. | Dirty Water Saloon, 9716 Palo Pinto Rd., Fort Worth | Free | Grab your friends and belt out your favorite melodies — our go-to is “Don’t Stop Believing.”
Wednesday, June 12
  • Silversun Pickups | Wednesday, June 12 | 8 p.m. | Tannahill’s Tavern and Music Hall, 122 E. Exchange Ave., Ste. 200, Fort Worth | $35 | The alternative rock band is bringing hits like “Panic Switch” to Cowtown’s newest music venue.
Thursday, June 13
  • Second Thursdays at the Carter | Thursday, June 13 | 5-8 p.m. | Amon Carter Museum of American Art, 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth | Free | Sip a cosmopolitan and converse about creativity with other art connoisseurs.
Friday, June 14
  • Open Studios Night | Friday, June 14 | 6-9 p.m. | SiNaCa Studios, 1013 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth | Free | Watch artists sling 2100-degree molten glass in the studio.
Saturday, June 15
Sunday, June 16
  • Celtic Standard Time | Sunday, June 16 | 7-10 p.m. | Sundance Square Plaza, 420 Main St., Fort Worth | Free | Enjoy a night out downtown with some toe-tapping fiddle music.
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News Notes
  • The city is launching a new initiative to reduce heat-related fatalities this summer. Heat Heroes for the Homeless will provide extra resources and education for those vulnerable to extreme heat + extend access to cooling stations around the city.
  • Have you checked out RecFW? The new app is your one-stop-shop for managing memberships, schedules, and registrations at local community centers and the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge.
  • Pet lovers, assemble — check out a new streaming service based in Fort Worth with family-friendly, animal-focused content. Known as buddi, the commercial-free service offers movies, shows, and documentaries featuring pets.
  • Nico Estévez has coached his last game as the manager of FC Dallas. The team announced Estévez’s departure on Sunday after a 1-1 draw against Minnesota United FC. Assistant coach Pete Luccin will manage the club during the search for a new coach.
  • Mark your calendar for Friday, Dec. 27. The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl will return to TCU’s Amon G. Carter Stadium. Stay tuned for college football, flyovers, and a fan-fest in the Bowl for the Brave.
  • After winning their last game against the San Francisco Giants, the Texas Rangers will take to the plate against the Los Angeles Dodgers tonight at 9:10 p.m. Will Corey Seager be back in time for the game? Find out on Locked On’s daily podcasts.
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    🍽️ Chow down on this news
    King Tut Restaurant serves Egyptian cuisine with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. | Photo by Steven Martin/Flickr
    Did you know that Fort Worth is the No. 1 city in the country for affordable dining? According to a new study by The Cookie Rookie, it costs an average of $60 for two people to enjoy a three-course meal at a local mid-range restaurant.

    Speaking of mid-range and budget-friendly dining — enjoy a meal at these two local spots that just hit the top of our food news feed.

    Popular Egyptian eatery King Tut Restaurant is moving down the street after 32 years at 1512 W. Magnolia Ave. The Mahmoud family restaurant will reopen at 508 W. Rosedale St. on Wednesday, July 31. Stop by for fresh baklava.

    The Stockyards’ historic Star Cafe is entering a new era with a cocktail-focused menu. Originally opened in the 1930s as Edna’s Star Cafe, the rebranded Star Cafe and Cocktails now features frozen watermelon margaritas and Shiner Craft Spirits, courtesy of new owner Drew Boatman.
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    With two games down to the Boston Celtics, the Dallas Mavericks return to the American Airlines Center (AAC) tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. for Game 3 of the NBA Finals.

    Last week, we asked you how many combined Mavericks and Stars games have been played at the AAC since January 1 of this year. Only 35% of our readers guessed correctly. The AAC hosted 67 combined Mavs and Stars games in 2024 — well, 68 as of tomorrow night.
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