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DFW.com’s best bets for Tuesday, Sept. 30

Learn to prepare exotic cuisine at Central Market Fort Worth, or plan to see Natalie Cole perform in Dallas. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Monday, Sept. 29

Take the kids to a fun reading activity at the Northside library branch, or be a trivia champ at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Sunday, Sept. 28

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Work for the animals at the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, or check out reptiles for sale at a show in Arlington. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Saturday, Sept. 27

Sara Evans

Sara Evans.com

Hear Sara Evans with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra at Bass Hall after a Day in the District, a full day of free admissions at many venues in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Thursday, Sept. 25

New exhibit at Sid Richardson Museum; plan to see Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer at Bass Hall. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Tuesday, Sept. 23

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Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society

Hear guitarist Denis Azabagic at the Kimbell, or take the little ones to the botanic garden to learn about leaves. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Monday, Sept. 22

Indulge in a beer class at Central Market in Southlake, or get ready for more beer, plus brats and fun, at Oktoberfest in Fort Worth this Thursday. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Sunday, Sept. 21

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IFC Films

Hear a free FWSO concert in Fort Worth, or see ‘The Trip to Italy’ at the Modern Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: July 26-Aug. 1

Pie fight at the circus

Feld Entertainment

The circus and Nicki Minaj are in town (though oddly not together), plus auditions for The Voice, and a blast of Air Supply. Read more

Solar Powered fest shines a light on alternative energy

For more than a decade, Austin-based Marsha Milam Music has produced free live-music events throughout Texas, including Fort Worth's KFWR/95.9 FM "The Ranch" Texas Music Series and the Fort Worth Music Festival (formerly Jazz by the Boulevard). Read more

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