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Chef’s Thai-cooking background peppers a worldly menu at his new restaurant. Read story

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EdgeFest 24 and whole lot of festivals, including Prairie Fest in Fort Worth and the big Earth Day to-do in Dallas, will be springing up this weekend. Read story

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The ribs and brisket are first-rate. In fact, this place comes so close to perfection you can almost see the holy grail of BBQ’s shine. Read story

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The singer-actress will introduce a screening of “The Train Robbers,” the 1973 Western she made with John Wayne, at the John Wayne Film Festival this weekend in Dallas. Read story

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After just 16 months, the well-respected restaurant from the Albanese family will close its doors. Read story

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EdgeFest 24 and whole lot of festivals, including Prairie Fest in Fort Worth and the big Earth Day to-do in Dallas, will be springing up this weekend. Read more

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Ann-Margret shares John Wayne memories before fest

The singer-actress will introduce a screening of “The Train Robbers,” the 1973 Western she made with John Wayne, at the John Wayne Film Festival this weekend in Dallas.

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In Disney's shadow, homeless families struggle

When they moved from Georgia to the theme park playground of central Florida four years ago, Anthony and Candice Johnson found work at a barbecue restaurant and a 7-Eleven. Their combined salaries nevertheless fell short of what they needed to rent an apartment, so the couple and their two children have instead been hopping among cheap motel rooms along U.S. 192.