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Top 10 Things to Do entertainment guide, June 16-June 23, 2016

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Mark Seliger

Click through for things to do all across DFW! Read more

British singer Mvula mashes musical forms expertly

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Courtesy of the artist

1 Laura Mvula, The Dreaming Room: In her follow-up to the shimmering 2013 album Sing to the Moon, British singer Mvula continues to combine Afro-pop, R&B, dance music and smart, fem... Read more

Fifteen years after ‘Olgamania,’ Olga Kern returns to the Cliburn

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Chris Lee

This time, Olga Kern is on the other side of the keyboard. Read more

FWSO duels with ‘Hamilton’ for Fort Worth’s biggest Broadway fans

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The sunny sounds of Broadway kept the rain away at the Fort Worth Symphony’s Concerts in the Garden presentation on Sunday night. Read more

‘Beautiful’ takes viewers behind music, life of Carole King

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Joan Marcus

More than once during Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, the character of Gerry Goffin laments the restrictions of three-minute pop songs. Read more

‘Hamilton’ star Daveed Diggs enjoys access to new world

These days, Daveed Diggs finds himself in the eye of a hurricane. And it is quiet. Read more

Keller-based artist has caricatures on the walls at Sardi's

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Photo by Vera Crosby

While other young boys enjoyed playing with toy trucks and soldiers, Richard Baratz preferred to keep busy with a pencil and paper. Read more

The top 10 in DFW: June 10-16

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Genius House Media

Untapped Fort Worth, Rockin’ the River, Concerts in the Garden, and ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ under the stars will have everyone in DFW appreciating the great outdoors this week. Read more

Fort Worth’s Hip Pocket Theatre celebrates its 40th anniversary

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Johnny Simons is known for playing by no one’s rules but his own, and remarkably, he has stuck with that unspoken mantra for more than half a century of making theater. Read more

Theater: Stellar ‘Wizard of Oz’ at Bass Hall makes it fresh

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Jaded adults who might be tired of seeing certain theatrical titles appear over and over again every few years, like Annie or The Wizard of Oz, should, to use vernacular used by teens and grown-ups, get over it. Read more

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