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Bishop Arts District is Dallas’ hottest spot for food, fun


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The neighborhoods of Oak Cliff and West Dallas, just southwest of downtown Dallas on the other side of the Trinity River, are now two of the city’s buzziest districts. The historic areas -- once home to such figures as Bonnie and Clyde, Lee Harvey Oswald, and blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vau... Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: April 4-10

Music Bruce Springsteen

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NCAA Men’s Final Four and March Madness Music Festival Read more

Texas Rangers Opening Day: 2014 edition


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The Texas Rangers opened their 2014 season Monday, and for the second consecutive year they squared off against a familiar face from their World Series glory days. Last season, it was Josh Hamilton coming to town with... Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: March 28-April 3


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Spring Gallery Night returns in Fort Worth, along with the Texas Rangers, Chelsea Handler and lots of music and drama options. Read more

Texas Motor Speedway debuts Big Hoss TV



The invitation to the unveiling of the world's largest high-definition-LED video board at Texas Motor Speedway read: “Go Big or Go Home.” Read more

Bar Louie opens in Hurst at Northeast Mall


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Addison-based Bar Louie opened its newest location this week in Hurst in a prime spot outside of the Rave Motion Pictures at Northeast Mall, in wha... Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: March 21-27, 2014



From Cher to opera, a food festival, a beer bash and a roller derby smash-up, there’s more than enough to keep everyone busy this week. Read more

Pics: Greenville Ave. St. Pat's parade


Our party cams spied green garb and good times on Saturday at the annual St. Patrick's Day parade in Dallas. Read more

Pics: Toadies at Martin House Brewing

The famous Fort Worth rockers serenaded 500 lucky fans at the brewery, where they also launched their new Martin House beer, Rubberneck Red. Read more

Dropping by the Local bar in Fort Worth


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Those who frequent Fort Worth’s vibrant West 7th corridor are likely well aware of the new hot spot on the corner of Foch and Bledsoe known as The Local. The bar, which features 25 local beers on tap, is the l... Read more

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