This week's hot headlines
Best breweries buzz into this week's 5 most-read Fort Worth stories
Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that list here.
1. The 10 best breweries in Fort Worth truly put the craft in craft beer. The 2023 CultureMap Fort Worth Tastemaker Awards is fast approaching, when we celebrate the best in food and drink in Fort Worth. Here we pay tribute to Fort Worth breweries, which rank as some of the best in Texas. Here are our top 10 nominees for Best Brewery.
2. Watch '80s film Sixteen Candles in Fort Worth with star John Cusack. Actor John Cusack will thrill kids of the 1980s when he hosts two screenings of popular movies of his from that decade, with both Fort Worth and Dallas on the agenda. Cusack will screen Sixteen Candles at Will Rogers Auditorium in Fort Worth on Friday, June 23 and Say Anything at the Music Hall at Fair Park on Saturday, June 24.
3. Top 10 Fort Worth restaurants showcase city's dynamic dining scene in 2023. Approaching the end of our Tastemaker Awards editorial series profiling all nominees, we now take a look at candidates for Restaurant of the Year. Some are newer than others – and some are older than many of our readers. All have made their delicious mark in Fort Worth and deserve praise. Find out the winners at the party on April 27.
4. Fort Worth Art Fair reveals lineup of musical acts plus 100 artists. The details are in on the 2023 Fort Worth Art Fair (FWAF), coming to Fort Worth's Sundance Square from April 20-23. This is the second year for the Fort Worth Art Fair, conceived as a celebration of local art, music, cuisine, and culture, and it focuses on local artists — making it a complementary experience to the Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival, which focuses on national touring art exhibitors.
5. Power-posing Greta Van Fleet gets ready to rock Fort Worth on new world tour. Classic rock-influenced band Greta Van Fleet, consisting of brothers Jake, Josh, and Sam Kiszka plus Daniel Wagner boast a legion of diehard fans, a Grammy Award, and are set to launch a highly anticipated third studio album, Starcatcher, slated to drop July 21. Fans can catch the quartet when they hit Fort Worth's Dickies Arena on July 27.