The high 5

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Special to DFW.com

Many drinkers judge a brew by its color ... and that’s a shame. Read story

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Sebastian Kim

The buzzy English group and the Texas singer-songwriter come to North Texas next week. Read story

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(Photos by Bruce Chandler/Special to DFW.com)

The huge Dallas social event benefits the American Cancer Society Read story

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Six Flags

An amusement-park Halloween party, a cowboy gathering, a celebration of all things ’80s, a fall festival in a Japanese garden and a music festival in Oak Cliff have us glad we’re living in North Texas this week. Read story

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DFW.com

The Taste of Northeast refers to Northeast Tarrant County, and the flavors come from every direction. Read story

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Weekend Chef: fish-sauce steak experiment

Our Weekend Chef experiments with quick aging steaks with fish sauce, a Modernist Cuisine technique. Read more

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Eats Beat: Tasting time in Hurst, plus new catfish and burgers

The Taste of Northeast refers to Northeast Tarrant County, and the flavors come from every direction. Read more

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Adopt me! Meet Bumper

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Dirty dozen entertainment guide: Oct. 24-30, 2014

An amusement-park Halloween party, a cowboy gathering, a celebration of all things ’80s, a fall festival in a Japanese garden and a music festival in Oak Cliff have us glad we’re living in North Texas this week.