Enjoy an Evening of Tunes at the Arlington Blues and Southern Soul Music Festival

February 22, 2017 2:01 pm

You don't have to leave the city of Arlington to experience some of the best music in Texas. At least, not if you get your tickets to the Arlington Blues and Southern Soul Music Festival on Saturday, March 11th. Starting at $20, the tickets entitle you to a seat in the Arlington Music Hall for the evening, which kicks off at 5 p.m.

The night is led by host Michael Guinn, a well-known performing artist himself who hails from Texas. He introduces the various musical acts, including Fort Worth-born Holland K. Smith, a bluesy singer-songwriter and guitarist, and The Paul Byrd Band, a group that blends rock, blues, and soul. To enjoy these acts and the others on the roster, buy your tickets now for the Arlington Blues and Southern Soul Music Festival.

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Farm to Fork Foods Provides Hyper-Local Groceries

February 14, 2017 2:00 pm

In a world of massive, impersonal supermarkets that source their products from all across the globe, the founders of Farm to Fork Foods saw a need for a smaller, health-conscious market. That's why they opened Farm to Fork Foods, so that they'd be able to tell customers exactly which local purveyor or farmer supplied each item in the store.

To this day, Farm to Fork Foods continues to provide farm-fresh foods to the people of Arlington. They specialize in fresh, quality meats, including beef, bison, chicken, pork, and seafood. However, the community grocery store also offers JBG Organic Produce from right in Denton, local eggs from various farms around the area, and even raw honey from Sunnyvale Honey. Freshly crafted salsa, elderberry syrup, and kombucha are just a few of the other specialty items you'll find here at Farm to Fork Foods.

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Arlington Museum of Art: Four Floors of Creativity

February 9, 2017 8:00 am

Art museums are so important. They’re a great way to learn about the past and get inspired for the future. Places like the Arlington Museum of Art are perhaps even more essential. This not-for-profit organization helps to bring amazing art to the Arlington community through four floors of exhibition space on West Main Street. Thanks to the hard work of the small staff and incredible volunteers here, this museum has become one of the best places to absorb all different kinds of art.

At AMA, you get to take in the work of both world-famous and lesser-known artists across various media. From ceramics to paintings, music, and more, visitors get the chance to appreciate cultures from around the world without ever really leaving their hometown 7dr0mba. Art workshops are held here as well, making this perhaps the best place to go in the city to spark your imagination and embrace your creativity.

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