Tag Archives: Downtown Arlington

Speed Limit Reductions Coming to Abram Street, Center Street and UTA Boulevard

Beginning soon, drivers in Downtown and east Arlington will notice decreased speed limits along portions of Abram and Center streets and UTA Boulevard. Recent developments in Downtown Arlington and record-setting enrollment at The University of Texas at Arlington have resulted in a dramatically increased number of pedestrians in and around the…

Food Truck Friday Lunch Series Continues This Week at Founders Plaza

Leave your lunchbag at home this Friday! The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department’s Food Truck Fridays lunch series continues in Downtown Arlington this week. This event will take place from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. every Friday until May 19 at Founders Plaza, 100 W Abram Street. The park is located…

Arlington Museum of Art Preparing for New Photography Exhibit

Social studies was always Amanda Hively’s favorite subject. As an adult, she’s passed along that adoration to her three daughters, including her oldest Aftyn Wilson.“I wanted my love of social studies to rub off on my daughters to make them more aware of the world around them,” Hively said. Aftyn Wilson…

East Main Street Arts Festival Returns Downtown for a Second Year

The 2nd annual East Main Street Arts Festival took place this past weekend, bringing more music and more art-filled vendor booths to the Downtown Arlington scene. Arlington Proud’s festival, which was free and open to the public, was held Saturday, May 6 in the area between Division Brewing, Lester’s Backyard and Garage,…

Ryan Dodson’s American Dream: Helping to Revitalize Arlington’s Downtown

Ryan Dodson’s Arlington Dream continues to build on a family legacy and rich history of development in The American Dream City. Dodson Companies have been active in the real estate business since C. B. Dodson, Ryan’s grandfather, built his first building in the 1940’s. Ryan’s father, Jerry Dodson, along with C. B., continued investing, building…

Food Truck Friday Lunch Series Continues at Founders Plaza

Craving some quesadillas this Cinco de Mayo? Holy Frijole is one of several food trucks that will be on hand during the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department’s Food Truck Fridays lunch series in Downtown Arlington this week. This event will take place from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. every Friday until…

Culture Buzz: Kansas to Headline Levitt Pavilion’s Benefit Concert This Fall

Music will soon return to the Levitt Pavilion Arlington for summer and fall. The annual summer concert series kicks off Friday, May 19 with Grammy award-winning artists Rebirth Brass Band. Visitors will be able to attend a free concert under the stars three nights a week, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through…

Food Truck Fridays Lunch Series Returns to Downtown This Week

Leave your leftovers and brown bag lunches at home. The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department’s Food Truck Fridays lunch series in Downtown Arlington starts back up again this Friday, April 28. This event will take place from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. every Friday until May 19 at Founders Plaza, 100…

Temporary Closures Planned for Abram, Mesquite Streets in Downtown Starting This Week

Drivers in Downtown Arlington should expect a few more detours and road closures in the coming weeks as work continues on the new 101 Center mixed-use development project. Temporary closures of both Mesquite Street and Abram Street near City Hall and the City of Arlington Municipal Office Tower are planned…