A third-generation Fort Worth native, Celestina Blok has been writing about her hometown since 2005. Her first book, Lost Restaurants of Fort Worth, published in 2017. She writes food, drink, and travel news for CultureMap Fort Worth and contributes to Texas Highways magazine. Her freelance work has appeared in Fort Worth magazine and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, among others. Blok studied journalism at Texas Christian University and is also a graduate of the Culinary School of Fort Worth. She’s an avid fitness instructor and finds balance in writing, eating, and exercising for a living. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @celestinablok.
Maybe you dream of going on an African safari, or taking a dip in the Ganges, or kissing your significant other in front of the Eiffel Tower. Those are all wonderful ideas, but for most of us, far-flung adventures are
This weekend most of you will look for things to entertain you and fill your time, well Celestina Blok doesn't just have a few ideas, she has a list of 100 things
TX Whiskey Presents: ‘100 Things to Do in Fort Worth Before You Die’ Book Signing Featuring Magdalena’s Supper Club – Firestone & Robertson Distilling Co.
In her new release, 100 Things to Do in Fort Worth Before You Die, local writer and third-generation Fort Worth native Celestina Blok guides readers through an insider tour of “must-do’s” in her hometown. From sipping salt-rimmed margaritas in a