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It’s good to see Will Smith having fun again on the big screen in the disposable comic thriller ‘Focus’ Read story

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Taprooms are giving craft-scene followers the option to stay and play. Here are eight where there’s fun brewing as well. Read story

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In the second installment in our 'Portraits in Blue' series, we catch up with the acclaimed guitarist and singer-songwriter, who finds all musical roads lead back to the blues. Read story

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The Voice semi-finalist has been touring steadily, and will perform as part of a civil rights commemoration next month. Read story

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This week’s big events: the Cowtown Marathon, Ruta Lee returns for ‘Steel Magnolias,’ Styx brings prog-rock to the honky-tonk, a world-class private art collection goes on show, and more. Read story

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The Weekend Chef

Weekend Chef: Chashu Pork for Ramen

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. Read more

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Eats Beat: Short move, big results for Chop House

The Arlington burger grill moves five blocks west into Pantego, and brings back “Backdoor Bootleg” chicken. Read more

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Dallas-Fort Worth visitors' guide

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Adopt me! Meet Sprout

This sweet kitty was regrettably brought to the HSNT after the passing of his owner. Read more

Nightlife and the Sports Scene

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: Feb. 27-March 5, 2015

This week’s big events: the Cowtown Marathon, Ruta Lee returns for ‘Steel Magnolias,’ Styx brings prog-rock to the honky-tonk, a world-class private art collection goes on show, and more.

AP Entertainment

Johansson: Nothing 'creepy or inappropriate' about Travolta

Scarlett Johansson defended John Travolta on Thursday, calling the actor "a class act" and denouncing the image of the two on the Academy Awards red carpet as "an unfortunate still-frame" that doesn't reflect a "totally sweet and totally welcome" encounter.