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Fat Tuesday is annually one of the biggest party nights of the year in DFW Read story

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Dallas Cowboys reunion event hosted by Troy Aikman was attended by both Jerry Jones and Jimmy Johnson Read story

APTOPIX 89th Academy Awards - Press Room

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‘La La Land,’ ‘Moonlight’ and ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ among the winners Sunday night at the 89th Academy Awards. And the big excitement came at the end, courtesy of a flub from Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty. Read story

Training Day

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The star of such hits as “Twister,” “Titanic” and the new TV show “Training Day” died unexpectedly Saturday at age 61 of complications from surgery, according to news reports. Read story

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Manfred Esser

Friday’s performance tested the sonic limits of Bass Hall and there was a significant tightening of security at Bass Hall without explanation to the audience. There were no apparent incidents, however. Read story

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