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Horrible Bosses 2

John P. Johnson

In time for the bad-boss-palooza of ‘Horrible Bosses 2,’ here are 10 psychotic cinematic supervisors. Read story

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Star-Telegram

The Brooklyn-based artist paints idyllic settings with creepy undercurrents spiced with a bit of gratuitous flesh. Read story

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Buddy Myers

Officials for both area theaters say the partnership is saving them money and time. Read story

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Youngsters fill the stage with cute mice and snow fairies, but the professional dancers aren’t so showy in the Ballet Frontier production of The Nutcracker. Read story

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DFW.com

Some of the most charming North Texas restaurants are booked, but you might try prime steakhouses or the Brazilian-style steakhouses. Read story

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The Weekend Chef

Weekend Chef: Smoked Brisket Stew

Our Weekend Chef makes brisket stew using smoked brisket from Billy's Oak Acres BBQ. Read more

Eats Beat

Eats Beat: Not too late for Turkey Day

Some of the most charming North Texas restaurants are booked, but you might try prime steakhouses or the Brazilian-style steakhouses. Read more

Best of DFW

DFW vehicle tours: Six cool guided trips in North Texas

As the family holiday invasion approaches, we offer help in the form of these six unique guided treks around Dallas-Fort Worth. Read more

Ink

Adopt me! Meet Frankie

This handsome fluffball is ready to curl up beside you on a cold winter’s night. Read more

Dining

Obituary: Hope Lancarte, who ran Joe T. Garcia’s for decades

The grande dame of the Fort Worth restaurant trade built her father’s small north-side restaurant into a sprawling operation known for enchiladas, margaritas and patio parties.