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Animal Planet

If you don’t care for Carolina or Coldplay, the Broncos or Beyonce, there’s still a reason to turn on your TV on Sunday. Here’s your guide to alternative programming. Read story

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Cary Darling

The press got to check out the new Alamo Drafthouse Cinema multiplex near downtown Dallas Saturday. It’s the first movie theater in the central area of the city since the West End theaters closed 16 years ago. Read story

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Special/Rachel Parker

While some enjoy perfect harmony between management and musicians, others are struggling with the same kinds of financial issues that the FWSO faces. Read story

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Freddie Watkins

William “Bill” Earl Ray will take over the position left vacant after former director Tre Garrett’s arrest last year Read story

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DFW.com

After surviving a move from downtown, a tragedy and a name change, the owner of the restaurant formerly known as the Pour House says that West 7th competition has just gotten too strong. Read story

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Which films generated heat at Sundance?

“The Birth of a Nation,” “Morris From America,” “Sand Storm,” “Swiss Army Man” and “Manchester by the Sea” are some of the best you will be hearing more about.

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