Kate Mazade

Kate Mazade

Senior City Editor, FTWtoday

Kate is a Fort Worth native, having returned home after studying architecture and journalism in Alabama and New York. Her writing has appeared in interntional and national publications including Dezeen, Metropolis, Madame Architect, American Theatre, and Architectural Record. She is the co-author of “Dearest Babe, Letters from a World War II Flight Surgeon.”

Start packing — you’re not going to want to miss these new apartments in this rising Fort Worth neighborhood.
The brainchild of Opal Lee, the National Juneteenth Museum is scheduled to open on the Eastside in 2025.
The owners of Panther City BBQ purchased the 93-year-old Bailey’s Bar-B-Que in downtown Fort Worth + plan to keep the barbecue restaurant running with new and old recipes.
Clean out your bookshelf and give back to other local readers with these local organization that accept book donations.
The city’s Transportation & Public Works Department will debut new innovative bike lane signals from downtown to Gateway Park.
Head to the Vintage Flying Museum at Fort Worth Meacham International Airport to see historic and preserved aircraft.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Fort Worth, TX has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
No need for rose-colored glasses — Fort Worth is already pretty in pink.
Trinity Metro is closing the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) Richland Hills Station and opening Trinity Lakes Station.
Don’t let the Super Bowl bowl over this local sports news round up with new contracts at the Dallas Cowboys, Baylor Bears, and Texas Rangers.
Want fresh eggs every day? Check out Fort Worth’s regulations about keeping chickens in your backyard.
Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with local performances and activities.
Learn about and celebrate Black History Month with these local exhibitions and performances.
AT&T Stadium will be temporarily be renamed “Dallas Stadium” for the 2026 FIFA World Cup
To help make your entire process at the DFW International Airport as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from terminals and parking to details on the airport’s 260 nonstop routes worldwide.
Move over Punxsutawney Phil — see how armadillo Bee Cave Bob’s predictions measure up against Fort Worth’s recorded weather for the last five years.
Quinn has been the defensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys for the last three seasons.
Start your year off with a new creative endeavor by checking out these local businesses for classes and materials.
There’s a new science out there called geopsychology — see what it says about Cowtown.
Calling college co-eds — this easy guide with places to eat, explore, and play will help you feel like a local in your new town.
From lifting weights, indoor rock climbing, personal training, dance fitness, boxing classes, and martial arts programs — we’ve rounded up 25+ gyms and fitness offerings around Cowtown.
Set your cap at a new lid and strut your stuff at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.
Cutting back on coffee? We’ve got you covered with energizing green tea from these local shops and cafes.
The supermodel scored eighth in a cutting horse competition at Bosque Ranch in Weatherford.
Help conserve water and lower the cost of your bills with a rainwater collection system in your backyard.
The new Annie Richardson Bass Lower School is set to be completed by the spring of 2025.
Get to know Midori Clark, the new director of the Fort Worth Public Library, and her vision for the next few years.
The 100,000-sqft green energy facility will produce up to 10,000 advanced electric vehicle chargers per year.
Kick off 2024 with some new digs, featuring all the amenities of urban living.
The All-Western parade has been rerouted down Commerce Street due to Houston Street road closures.