The high 5


Scott Fischer

Taylor Swift, Michelangelo and Clydesdales, oh my! Read story

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Special to the Star-Telegram

In honor of National Coffee Day, grab a cup of joe at one of these DFW coffee shops. Read story


Courtesy Metal Jesus

Metal Jesus and The Game Chasers are just two of the YouTube stars who will be appearing at the vintage video game convention this weekend Read story

2014 Stagecoach Music Festival - Day 3


The former Monkee is being honored by the Video Association of Dallas for his video career. Read story

Lone Star Restoration

History/Red Arrow Industries

“When you see the way houses were built 250 years ago and then the way they’re built today, it’s like night and day,” says Brent Hull, a contracting company founder and Baylor grad who is getting a national audience on “Lone Star Restoration.” Read story

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Texas Brew

Oktoberfest beers are a matter of personality

Oak Highlands Brewery in Dallas is the latest to throw its lederhosen into the ring with a beer tailored for autumn. Read more

The Weekend Chef

Weekend Chef: Spam musubi, Texas style!

In honor of ‘Spamalot’, our Weekend Chef prepared his own Spam recipe -- a Texas Style Spam musubi. Read more

Eats Beat

Changing scenery, greenery at M&O Station Grill

In the weekend Eats Beat wrapup: The nostalgia burger grill adds several new salads with housemade dressings, plus tastings at West 7th, a new Rio ... Read more

Best of DFW

Dallas-Fort Worth visitors' guide

Want to experience the best of Dallas-Fort Worth? Our entertainment experts offer advice on the best places to stay, eat and party. Read more


Top Ten Things to Do, Sept. 29-Oct. 6, 2016

The State Fair of Texas, Tarrant Pride Week, Goodguys Lone Star Nationals and the Cottonwood Festival are going to make us grateful for good outdoo... Read more


Singer builds a bridge between black and blue

Country singer Coffey Anderson, who’s playing the State Fair of Texas beginning Friday, went viral this summer with a controversial video that had nothing to do with music — and everything to do with keeping black men and police safe.