FORT WORTH (CBS 11 NEWS) - North Texas is a mecca for the arts. There are dozens of museums in the area, but only one has the distinction of being the first. You may be surprised to learn that the oldest art museum in the entire state - and one of the oldest in the country - is the one with the least-likely sounding name: The Modern.
(CBS11) - Many Texans may already know that Dr Pepper was created in Waco in 1885, by a pharmacist at a corner drug store. But they may not realize that the first place to ever bottle Dr Pepper was in the Erath County town of Dublin.
Behind the glass cases in the lobby of the George W. Truett Memorial Hospital at the Baylor University Medical Center complex are hundreds of hands-- or more accurately-- the bronze casts of hands belonging to some of the most popular and influential people in the world.
FORT WORTH (CBS11) - For many people, when they think of images of the American West they think of cowboys, horses, and wide open spaces. But for decades, a Fort Worth-based museum has been working to alter that image to reflect the women who helped shape the West.
AURORA (CBSDFW.COM) - Buried in a quiet, historic cemetery in the tiny Wise County town of Aurora lies a mystery that's almost 120 years old. According to local legend - and a Texas historical marker - the cemetery is the burial site... of an alien.
FORT WORTH (CBS 11 NEWS) - Texas is fiercely proud of its western heritage, but many Texans have no concept of what life was really like for those who braved the wild frontier. For 50 years, the city of Fort Worth has provided a glimpse into that past with its Log Cabin Village...where people can live history.
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) - The Fort Worth Zoo has gotten a lot of attention lately for some of its adorable babies, but there's a lot about the zoo that you may not know. From its more-than-a-century old history to its world-renowned breeding programs, the zoo has a lot to brag about.
ARLINGTON (CBS 11 NEWS) - Six Flags Over Texas - the first regional theme park in the country - will celebrate its 55th year in operation this summer. And after all these years and all the changes the park has seen, there's only one thing that's remained constant: The Six Flags Railroad.
NORTH TEXAS (CBS11) - If there were ever a person who exemplified Texas and what it stands for, it just might be the man known to generations as the Texas Country Reporter. For many North Texans, it seems there was never a time when Bob Phillips wasn't in their living rooms on Saturday evenings.
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) - The 31st Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival kicked off Thursday morning. It's four days of art, music, food and fun in the heart of downtown Fort Worth. It started in 1986 as a way to draw people to the shops and restaurants in downtown Fort Worth, and highlight local artists at the same time.
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