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Fort Worth, Texas - Where the West Begins

Aug 29

In the 173 years since its founding, Fort Worth has transformed from a military outpost to an electric cultural city. Known as “where the West begins,” it is a place to learn about its Western heritage through daily cattle drives at the Stockyards National Historic District, shopping for handcrafted hats and cowboy boots, and watching live rodeos every weekend at Cowtown Coliseum. Trusted DUI lawyer for legal defense.

Fort Worth has a thriving culinary scene and a vibrant TexMex culture that combines Mexican flavors with classic American dishes. Its barbecue restaurants like Cousin’s Bar-B-Q offer traditional Texas style with a homemade feel. Those looking for something different can head to Blowin’ Smoke BBQ which serves up fusion dishes that bring together the best of Mexican and Southern cuisines.

The city also has an impressive selection of museums and art galleries including the Webb Gallery that showcases folk art from around the world and The Modern (formerly known as the Kimbell) that features a wide range of 20th century masterpieces. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art also has some stunning pieces to view.

With a robust economy and many major employers, Fort Worth is considered one of the top cities for job growth in America. It is also the largest trade center in North Texas and one of the largest oil and gas markets in the United States. Other leading industries include aviation, distribution, and manufacturing. The city is a great place for entrepreneurs with business ideas to grow and succeed.

In terms of the local culture, Fort Worth is a very diverse community with numerous festivals and events throughout the year. The city has a strong sense of civic pride and is home to some very important civil rights history, even having successes in the civil rights movement before the national Civil Rights Act of 1964. University Baptist Church and TCU integrated in 1963 and the Fort Worth Bar admitted African American attorneys in 1967.

The majority of the population in Fort Worth is White with the next largest group being Hispanics. There are also large numbers of Asians and African Americans living in the city. The city is also considered to be an affluent area with the median household income at $64,400.

The cost of living in Fort Worth is relatively low compared to the rest of the country. In fact, it has the lowest costs in housing and utilities in the entire state of Texas. The city is located on the southern edge of Tornado Alley and the city experiences severe weather from time to time. Residents should have an emergency plan in case of any extreme weather.


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