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  • Artie's Playhouse at Artisan Center Theater
    Artie's Playhouse at Artisan Center Theater executes a packed season of shows conjured by a company of child actors, directors, designers, and technicians. The 2012 season commences with Rumple-Steal-Skin, in which the miller's daughter guesses the goblin's name by gradually reading through the playbill before treating audiences to Academy Award?winning tunes in Disney's Aladdin Jr.. Theatergoers accompany Dora the Explorer on a seafaring voyage in Dora the Explorer, Live! Dora's Pirate Adventure, experience the bond of friendship between pig and spider in Charlotte's Web, or watch true love transcend appearance in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Jr.. Other shows include Rapunzel, Disney's Winnie the Pooh Kids, The Big Bad Musical, A Snow White Christmas. Artie's Playhouse weaves its spells from the center of an intimate 150-seat theater-in-the-round.
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    418 E Pipeline Rd.
    Hurst, TX US
  • Back Forty Smokehouse
    Back Forty Smokehouse is all about celebrating what's best about Texas. The aromas of smoked brisket, pork ribs, and country ham waft throughout the casual space, where locals gather to catch up over authentic barbecue and ice-cold beers. As guests dine, they can also watch football on one of seven flat-screen TVs or tap their boots along to some of the Lone Star state's best live music acts.
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    8021 Main St
    North Richland Hills, TX US
  • The Boneyard Haunted House
    Boneyard Haunted House has been featured in numerous local media outlets, including in a story on CBS 11 news exploring whether or not the space is actually haunted. Rumors swirl that the large, formerly abandoned building that operator Dan Hall has converted into a haunted house harbors some very real ghosts. To give his guests a proper Halloween fright, Hall has outfitted the building's downstairs area with more than 40,000 square feet of realistic-looking skeleton scenes, elaborate designs, and passageways that reduce one’s line of sight to up the surprise factor. But, as Hall told CBS 11, other unintentional things have been happening inside the haunted house. Rolls of receipts have rolled across the floor and trash cans have accelerated across the room, all seemingly of their own volition. The phenomena have even caused paranormal investigators to come in with recording technology to try to contact the spirits of any lingering souls or prolific Ouija boards that might be stuck on the premises. For guests who have walked through the haunted house in previous years, every season brings new and scary surprises. A writer from the North Dallas Gazette reported on the effort, noting that "each year, the haunt is completely taken down and the team starts fresh building exclusive rooms and new props." The attraction also boasts an indoor festival area with games, music, concessions, and vendors.
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    2921 E Division St.
    Arlington, TX US
  • Billy Bob's Texas
    Although it once was an open-air barn and an airplane factory, the century-old building that houses Billy Bob's is today a Texas institution. Seen in movies such as Over the Top, this 100,000-square-foot country mecca has seen the likes of Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson take its stage. Yet it also gives sweethearts a chance to get close, thanks to its eight-week couples country-western dance lessons.
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    2520 Rodeo Plz
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • White Elephant Saloon
    History seemingly hangs in the humid Fort Worth air. And one of the city’s most legendary drinking establishments, the White Elephant Saloon, has its own provenance. The original mens-only saloon was located in Fort Worth’s dangerous Hells Half Acre (otherwise known as the red light district) in the 1890s. Luke Short, Wild West gunfighter/gambler owned and operated the saloon. Short was a friend to famous figures like “Doc” Holiday, Wyatt Earp, and Bat Masterson. There were more than a few gunfights at Short’s establishment. In the 1970s, the saloon was moved to the historic Stockyards district. Today, the White Elephant Saloon is owned by celebrity Fort Worth chef, Tim Love. Fascinating fact: In the TV show, “Walker Texas Ranger”, the exterior view of “C.D.’s Bar and Grill was actually the White Elephant Saloon. The saloon is filled with history. Drink at the brass bar, two-step on the real wooden floor, have your boots shined – and soak in the history of Fort Worth, the Stockyards and the White Horse Saloon. If only walls could talk.
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    106 East Exchange Avenue
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Magnolia Motor Lounge
    Magnolia Motor Lounge may sound like it's an underground hangout joint for cars, but it’s actually a large bar with live music and good food. The menu has some unusual-sounding items on it even for Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure to try the chicken fried bacon, garage tacos and the garage fries. The burgers include something called a Magnolia Custom with ham, mushrooms, bacon, cheese and fried egg, all on a delicious bun. The eclectic menu is just the beginning. The Magnolia always books fun, lively bands, many of them local talent from around the area. Recent performers include fan favorites Guy Forsyth & Greg Schroeder. Ryan Tharp and the Chris Watson band are always genuine crowd pleasers. The bar offers all your favorite drinks at reasonable prices. The Magnolia does charge a cover, but we promies it's worth it, becaues it also provides great music, delicious food and an unforgettable evening.
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    3005 Morton St
    Fort Worth, TX US

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