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In time for the bad-boss-palooza of ‘Horrible Bosses 2,’ here are 10 psychotic cinematic supervisors. Read story
The Brooklyn-based artist paints idyllic settings with creepy undercurrents spiced with a bit of gratuitous flesh. Read story
Officials for both area theaters say the partnership is saving them money and time. Read story
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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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Our Weekend Chef makes brisket stew using smoked brisket from Billy's Oak Acres BBQ.
Some of the most charming North Texas restaurants are booked, but you might try prime steakhouses or the Brazilian-style steakhouses.
As the family holiday invasion approaches, we offer help in the form of these six unique guided treks around Dallas-Fort Worth.
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.
Ice skating in Fort Worth, The Nutcracker, Gaylords ice sculptures and a Civil War Christmas. Yes, its holiday time in DFW.
The event will be broadcast live on CMT.
The Brooklyn-based artist paints idyllic settings with creepy undercurrents spiced with a bit of gratuitous flesh.
The comedic actor makes physical changes to portray scion John du Pont in Foxcatcher.
Artwork that originally was part of the collection belonging to the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. is being auctioned in Winston-Salem.