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Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: April 18-20

Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: April 18-20

Food Truck Fridays Don’t miss the final Food Truck Fridays event on April 18 at Founders Plaza, 100 West Abram Street, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Some come for the food, others enjoy the gourmet shakes, and others just want to mingle. No matter the reason people choose to come, no one leaves Founders […]

I Love Arlington Pic of the Week

I Love Arlington Pic of the Week

Congratulations to Sue Sessums for the I Love Arlington Pic of the Week! There’s nothing like the feel of a beautiful day at the Lake Arlington Golf Course. Did you know the City of Arlington operates four diverse courses that offer a variety of amenities? Book a tee time today and check out some of the […]

Tickets for ACM Awards in Arlington Sell Out in Minutes

Tickets for ACM Awards in Arlington Sell Out in Minutes

It took all of 18 minutes for to sell out the 50th annual Academy of Country Music Awards show being held April 19, 2015 at AT&T Stadium and the ACM Party for a Cause: 50 Years of Music of Memories April 17-18, 2015 at nearby Globe Life Park. Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan will again co-host […]

‘The Barber of Seville’ Simulcast Introduces Diverse Audience to Opera

‘The Barber of Seville’ Simulcast Introduces Diverse Audience to Opera

A tale of romance and comedy captured an attentive audience during the Dallas Opera 2014 simulcast featuring Italian composer Gioachino Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” at AT&T Stadium Friday. Children of various ages watched Elmer Fudd chase Bugs Bunny as Warner Brothers Classics’ “Rabbit of Seville” preceded the main show on the stadium’s large video […]

Food Truck Fridays Growing in Popularity

Food Truck Fridays Growing in Popularity

Hundreds of people are expected to visit Founders Plaza in downtown Arlington today for Food Truck Friday. After last week’s overwhelming response, organizers have added more food trucks to satisfy the taste buds of people who visit, work and go to school in downtown Arlington.   The following food trucks will be parked at Founders Plaza […]

Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: April 11-13

Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: April 11-13

Astros vs. Rangers Enjoy a weekend of baseball at the Globe Life Park in Arlington as the Houston Astros come to town for a three-game series.  Yu Darvish is scheduled to take the mound in Friday’s game. Opening pitch is 7:05 p.m. Saturday game begins 7:05 p.m.; Sunday’s game begins at 2:05 p.m.  Visit http://texas.rangers.mlb.com for more […]

I Love Arlington Pic of the Week

I Love Arlington Pic of the Week

Congratulations to Gerardo Vasquez for the I Love Arlington Pic of the Week taken at the Art on the Greene Festival March 21-23 at Richard Greene Linear Park. Who doesn’t like classic cars? Especially when they are kept in mint condition like this vintage 50′s Buick. The antique car show at the art festival is an annual crowd-pleaser. Share […]

UConn Huskies Crowned National Champs in Arlington

UConn Huskies Crowned National Champs in Arlington

It was epic. Final Four MVP Shabazz Napier and his UConn Huskies withstood a furious rally to defeat the Kentucky Wildcats 60-54 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. It was the team’s fourth national championship. Napier and his teammate Ryan Boatright continued to apply defensive pressure, this time collecting six steals between them. Before cutting down […]

Final Four Frenzy Reaches Peak

Final Four Frenzy Reaches Peak

The Final Four frenzy reached its peak hours before Monday night’s championship game between Kentucky and UConn, with energized fans from both teams partying at the Tip-off Tailgate just outside AT& T Stadium.  These Final Four fans sure know how to party.  

Fifty UTA Student-Athletes Honored at Academic Achievement Luncheon

Fifty UTA Student-Athletes Honored at Academic Achievement Luncheon

UT Arlington student-athletes were honored Monday afternoon in College Park Center’s Hospitality Suite for their academic achievements at the Academic Achievement Luncheon. “I truly believe that we are student-athletes because we graduate the majority of our kids and they’re here for school and athletics,” Director of Athletics Jim Baker said. “Seeing this group of kids take the […]

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