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What went into picking the best Mexican restaurants in DFW

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June Naylor

Picking the best Mexican restaurants in Dallas/Fort Worth is a task falling under the heading of Harder Than It Looks. Like the three brave souls who covered the rest of the state for the Texas Monthly ... Read more

Lone Star film festival highlights

The Lone Star International Film Festival officially kicked off Wednesday with a screening of the documentary Marwencwol, but most of the nearly 50 screenings and panels begin Thursday and continue through Sunday. With such an impressive list of filmmakers coming to to... Read more

Best damn sports bars in DFW

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DFW is crowded with great sports bars. Here are some of the best. Read more

The Best Burgers in DFW

Diablo Burger at Fred's

DFW.com/Paul Moseley

“A hamburger is warm and fragrant and juicy. A hamburger is soft and nonthreatening. It personifies the Great Mother herself who has nourished us from the beginning.” -- novelist Tom Robbins, Esquire magazine, 1983 Read more

Pics 10.17.10: Pugs invade Grapevine!

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(Heather Svokos)

Sniffing out Pug-o-Ween, DFW Pug Rescue's annual fund-raising costume shindig. Read more

A tale of two districts: Fort Worth's Sundance Square vs. West 7th

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JAY BETSILL

For most of the past quarter-century, when longtime Fort Worth residents were asked to characterize what made their city special, many pointed to the downtown area, and specifically Sundance Square. Read more

Commentary: a Yankees fan's-eye-view of DFW sports

Like it or not, the defining narrative of life in Dallas-Fort Worth is sports: high-school sports, college sports and big-time professional sports. Read more

Is it just us, or is Arlington getting sexier?

For as long as I can remember, Arlington has been the whipping boy among the Metroplex's cooler-kid cities. The place you drive through on your way to Dallas or Fort Worth. And the punch line to so many cruel (but mostly true) jokes. Read more

Cowtown's jazz crusaders

For Donna VanNess, it's hard to think about a certain September evening a year ago. Read more

Commentary: Celebrate Fort Worth -- I do

I was busily typing away at the office last week, when I looked up at the calendar and realized it was my anniversary. Ten years ago, I had stepped onto an airplane in New York and arrived a few hours later in Fort Worth, where I had taken a job as the film critic for the Sta... Read more

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