In the wake of the popularity of ‘The Walking Dead,’ the undead are helping keep these once Halloween-only attractions thriving throughout the year. Read story
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A Jacksboro Highway location with a long restaurant history finds a winner with this few-frills Tex-Mex spot. Read story
The engaging TV musical introduces viewers to a new generation of fairy-tale villainry. Read story
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The sun is blazing and so are our entertainment choices in DFW, ranging from country queen Tanya Tucker to a play inspired by ‘The Simpsons,’ SausageFest to the Mayhem Festival. Read story
The Granbury outfit makes a splash as it enters this popular section of the market.
Want to up your game with instant ramen, try making some Chashu (Japanese braised pork) to top your ramen. Our Weekend Chef shows you how.
The Wild Mushroom Steakhouse in Ridglea will pay tribute to a past neighborhood favorite.
Want to experience the best of Dallas-Fort Worth? Our entertainment experts offer advice on the best places to stay, eat and party.
The sun is blazing and so are our entertainment choices in DFW, ranging from country queen Tanya Tucker to a play inspired by ‘The Simpsons,...
The organic-garden cafe will reopen for a couple of days, but the owner is unsure whether to stay and face expensive repairs or relocate.
In the wake of the popularity of ‘The Walking Dead,’ the undead are helping keep these once Halloween-only attractions thriving throughout the year.
Fresh from In Colour, his arresting solo LP from earlier this year, music producer/DJ Jamie xx will descend upon Texas for the fifth annual celebration of Dallas-based writer Chris Cantalini’s influential music blog Gorilla vs. Bear. This year’s edition, apart from its typically sharp-eared lineup, will expand to Austin on Saturday for a second night of music. With Lower Dens, Tei Shi, Youmi Zouma, Prince Innocence and DJ Sober.
The Uptown Players’ take on this pedestrian musical soars thanks to solid casting and knockout performances.
This reboot of the Chevy Chase classic is an unfunny family trip that’s not worth taking.
Aerospace giant Boeing Co. is giving the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts $20 million toward the center's expansion project.