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DFW.com’s best bets for Thursday, Oct. 30

Take the kids to Trails and Treats at the Fort Worth Nature Center, or make plans to see the 1933 film ‘King Kong’ in Grapevine on Friday. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Wednesday, Oct. 29

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Go to Dallas to see the Arctic Monkeys at Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie, or have an early Halloween at a Fort Worth church’s Trunk or Treat. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Tuesday, Oct. 28

Hear Kenny Scharf discuss his work during a lecture at the Modern, or take the kids to a Little Sprouts program in Fort Worth. Read more

Best Bets for Monday, Oct. 27

Learn about fire safety at a Fort Worth branch library, and make plans to take the family to Treat Street at the Stockyards on Friday. Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Sunday, Oct. 26

A Halloween trip on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad; Japanese Garden Fall Festival in Fort Worth. Read more

Boo-tiful screamers

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Talk about facing your fears. Ever wonder what you look like at your most terrified — at the exact moment a bloody zombie or chainsaw-wielding killer jumps from behind a curtain at a haunted house to make you scream? We positioned a photographer at one of the scariest corners inside Fort W... Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Saturday, Oct. 25

Take the kids to Farmhouse on the Grape Vine Prairie at Nash Farm, or check out Burleson’s Boo Bash Read more

Haunted houses and other DFW Halloween attractions

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This is the month when everyone’s trying to find some new way to scare themselves -- and everyone around them. With that in mind, here’s our list of Halloween-themed attractions across North Texas. Happy haunting! Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Thursday, Oct. 23

Denis Azabagic in concert; make plans for Lyric Stage’s ‘The Golden Apple.’ Read more

DFW.com’s best bets for Wednesday, Oct. 22

See the National Theatre Live filming of ‘Medea’ at the Modern, or make plans to see ‘Miracle on South Division Street,’ opening Friday in Arlington. Read more

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