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The 11th annual event celebrating fried foods benefited the State Fair of Texas Youth Scholarship Program Read story

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The Burleson-bred pop superstar delivered arena-worthy spectacle as moving as it was dazzling. Read story

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The Dallas-based radio station hosted an eclectic mix of bands on two stages Saturday. Read story

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Chefs and restaurants come back in record numbers as the Crescent City eateries are “stronger than ever" a decade after Hurricane Katrina. Read story

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America's Sweethearts perform for friends and family at the Glass Cactus Read story

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