The high 5

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Fox Searchlight

This meta meditation on theater and life is, simply, transcendent. Read story

Texas Station 5

DFW.com archives

Unless you’re watching up close at AT&T and Amon G. Carter stadiums, these cool spots to watch the ’Boys and the Frogs will have to do. Read story

HANGMAN'S HOUSE OF HORRORS

Hangman’s House of Horrors

Check out the thrills and scares in Tarrant, Denton, Dallas, Collin and Ellis counties. Read story

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AP

Our fantasy draft for a big-screen version of a stellar season, from owner to sideline performers. Read story

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Special to the Star-Telegram

The winner of the 2013 Van Cliburn competition appears with Miguel Harth-Bedoya and the orchestra at Bass Hall on Friday night and gives a grand demonstration of his musical gift. Read story

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AP Entertainment

Grand Junction review panel rejects book ban

The best-selling novel "Ender's Game" by author Orson Scott Card will still be part of a Mesa County school district language arts program after a special committee convened by the district voted to keep the text in the curriculum.