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Columbia Records

Celebrate crawfish and Easter eggs at the Fort Worth Stockyards, or take in Haim (pictured), the Old 97’s, and more in Dallas. And don’t forget Record Store Day. Read story

Villa's Grill 6

Special to DFW.com

This ‘neighborhood churrascaria’ offers some delectable cuts along with some buffet-style dishes and a salad bar. Read story

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Astralwerks

The veteran British electro-pop duo remains as canny and clever as ever in a show at Dallas’ Majestic Theatre. Read story

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Sony Pictures

This story works best when it focuses on the very down-to-earth realities of living. Read story

49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards - Show

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The two-day “Party for a Cause” at Globe Life Park also sold out Tuesday. Read story

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Weekend Chef: Ramen Pop-up

Our Weekend Chef checks out a ramen pop-up by chefs Jesus Garcia (Little Lilly Sushi) and Kevin Martinez (Tokyo Cafe) – yum! Read more

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Eats Beat: Candlelite fires up for Easter, plus Cane Rosso pizzas and more

Closed two years, Arlington’s iconic restaurant is ready for the holiday weekend after a busy first week. Read more

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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

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Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: April 18-24, 2014

Celebrate crawfish and Easter eggs at the Fort Worth Stockyards, or take in Haim (pictured), the Old 97’s, and more in Dallas. And don’t ... Read more

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Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: April 18-24, 2014

Celebrate crawfish and Easter eggs at the Fort Worth Stockyards, or take in Haim (pictured), the Old 97’s, and more in Dallas. And don’t forget Record Store Day.

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'Paul Robeson' playwright Phillip Hayes Dean dies

Phillip Hayes Dean, a playwright, director and theater actor who wrote the play "Paul Robeson" that starred James Earl Jones on Broadway in 1978, has died in Los Angeles. He was 83.