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In our new "Hot" series, our first model is Miss Hooters Texas, who talks bartending, Rubik's Cube algorithms and pediatric nursing. Read story

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Jake Gyllenhaal shines in ‘Nightcrawler,’ which spotlights our fascination with gory stories. Read story

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The chef at Bite City Grill will open a second Cultural District restaurant featuring Thai spices and seasonings. Read story

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A North Texas group uses high-tech equipment in an age-old pursuit: to encounter and converse with ghosts. Read story

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Best places to go for Halloween in DFW Read story

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The Weekend Chef

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: Kin Kin Thai on the way; Le Cep is here

The chef at Bite City Grill will open a second Cultural District restaurant featuring Thai spices and seasonings. Read more

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Dallas-Fort Worth visitors' guide

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DFW Ghost Hunters on the prowl

A North Texas group uses high-tech equipment in an age-old pursuit: to encounter and converse with ghosts. Read more

AP Entertainment

MSG profit jumps on Fuse music TV network sale

The Madison Square Garden Co., which is mulling splitting into two separate companies, said Friday that its fiscal first-quarter net income soared compared with a year ago as it recorded a gain from selling its music television network Fuse.