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The ballet by superstar choreographer Jonathan Watkins mixes the right amount of stage drama with classic ballet lines, spectacular lifts and angular patterns. Read story
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The ageless wonder rocks American Airlines Center with a show that stands the test of time. Read story
The North Texas-set AMC series about the people behind the birth of the Information Age shifts from creation to connectivity. Read story
What started as a way to attract people to downtown Arlington has turned into one of the best music venues in DFW Read story
The Austin brand has entered the growing market for the Berliner weiss style of beer.
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The former Pour House will be renamed Trinity River Tap House on Saturday, rebranding for the next 20 years.
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A guitar festival, an Indian musical master, the melodies of Buddy Holly and lots of dance are on the agenda.
A new Cooking Channel show, premiering May 31, will take on the Fort Worth institution, with help from Fort Worth’s Rodak Coffee and Grills, in an episode that was filmed under wintry conditions.
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The Burleson-bred star sings once again of female empowerment, with a little visual help from her friends.
The ballet by superstar choreographer Jonathan Watkins mixes the right amount of stage drama with classic ballet lines, spectacular lifts and angular patterns.
The popular Weather Channel series will include the North Texas segments in a June 1 episode.
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