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Dallas Chamber Music Society Presents Horszowski Trio

Giving performances that are “lithe, persuasive” (The New York Times), “eloquent and enthralling” (The Boston Globe), and described as “the most compelling American group to come on the scene” (The New Yorker), the Horszowski Trio has quickly become a vital force in the international chamber music world. Since their debut performance in New York City in 2011, they have toured extensively throughout North America, Europe, the Far East, and India, traversing the extensive oeuvre of traditional piano trio repertoire and introducing audiences to new music that they have commissioned and premiered.

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Downtown Fort Worth’s Modern Steakhouse Wicked Butcher at The Sinclair Hotel Re-Opens Main Dining Room January 8

Wicked Butcher is a modern, Fort Worth steakhouse that embraces the swanky, art deco character of The Sinclair building’s architecture and the vibrant and cosmopolitan heart of the city of Fort Worth.  Wicked Butcher’s extraordinary Main Dining Room, cleverly designed and located in the basement of the historic Sinclair, will be open for dinner Friday and Saturday from 5 pm to 10 p.m.  Wicked Butcher’s beautiful First Floor Dining Room at The Sinclair is now open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday – Thursday from 7 am – 9 pm and Friday and Saturday from 7 am – 10 pm.

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Flower Mound to welcome new dining district – with the first restaurants opening this quarter

Diners in Denton County should be very optimistic about the 2021 dining scene in Flower Mound. The River Walk at Central Park, a 158-acre mixed-use development located between FM2499 and Morriss Road north of FM1171, will be home to 21,000 square feet of restaurant space with openings planned to begin in March 2021.

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Six Flags Over Texas Introduces Fire and Ice Winter Festival

Six Flags Over Texas, the Thrill Capital of Texas, is introducing the Fire & Ice Winter Festival to kick-off the park’s 60th Anniversary season in 2021. Open weekends and holidays in January and February, this all-new event features a high-energy ice carving show, an extended run of The Frosty Snowhill, plus a fiery finale each Saturday night with fireworks.

“We are thrilled to begin our 60th Anniversary season at Six Flags Over Texas with a winter festival for guests to enjoy,” said Six Flags Over Texas Park President Ron McKenzie. “Now, more than ever, families and friends are looking for opportunities to create special memories together, and this event offers a fun, thrilling, and safe experience for guests of all ages.”

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Executive Chef Steve McHugh to Introduce New Restaurant and Bar Concepts at New Thompson on the Riverwalk

Thompson San Antonio today announced plans for a dynamic collection of restaurant and bar concepts scheduled to be introduced in early 2021. Four dining and nightlife concepts will be anchored by Landrace, a new restaurant on the River Walk, led by James Beard Award finalist Chef Steve McHugh. Floating high above will be The Moon’s Daughters, an enchanting indoor-outdoor rooftop restaurant and bar set to dazzle from its 20th-story perch over the city. Stylish lobby and pool bars will round out the dining and beverage venues that will bring bold new energy to the River City.  

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Cameron Diaz’s Wine — What is it All About?

Cameron Diaz believes empowerment involves being healthy — she leads a healthy lifestyle, only consuming foods that are sustainable, organic, and simple. While she’s been conscious about her eating habits, she didn’t always pay the same emphasis on her wine. She trusted that wines being advertised and marketed as organic would live up to that name. She believed, like most of us, that wine is simply fermented grapes.

But, she recently realized that most store-bought wines consist mostly of chemicals, preservatives, pesticides, fungicides, and other additives. She was horrified by this discovery, and so she set about investigating the matter. She learned that there’s a shocking lack of regulation and oversight in the wine industry. Manufacturers can basically slap the “organic” label on any bottle of wine, regardless of the production process.

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