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Dirty dozen entertainment guide: July 10-16, 2015

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Dallas Stars Ice Girls auditions set for July 25

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(Courtesy of Dalllas Stars)

The Dallas Stars Ice Girls 2015-16 preliminary and semifinal auditions will be held from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on July 25th at Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco. Read more

Pics: Fort Worth's Fourth

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Fireworks and flyboarders were sailing above the crowds at Panther Island Pavilion on July 4. Read more

Pics: Rockin' the River, July 2

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The holiday weekend got off to an early start with some tubing in the Trinity on Thursday. Read more

13 ways to celebrate July 4 in North Texas (update)

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DFW.com

America the Beautiful: You sure have had an amazing couple of weeks. (Actually, all 239 years have been pretty memorable.) Read more

Fourth of July fireworks and fun in DFW

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Across North Texas, the party begins well before the night lights, but there are plenty of those, too. Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: July 3-9, 2015

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Special to the Star-Telegram

The combo of fireworks, Billy Bob’s picnic, “Jaws” and “The Blues Brothers” means it’s Independence Day weekend in North Texas. Read more

Dallas Mavericks to host sand volleyball tournament in Deep Ellum

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(Courtesy of Sandbar Cantina & Grill)

The Dallas Mavericks are hosting Mavs Spiked! presented by Choctaw Casino Resort at the Sandbar Cantina and... Read more

Pics: Miss Twin Peaks 2015 bikini contest

Competitors from around the country strutted their stuff on the runway at Gas Monkey Live in Dallas for the title of Miss Twin Peaks. Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: June 26-July 2, 2015

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60 Cycle Media

There’s so much going on this week that we’ve got a baker’s dozen of 13 this week. It ranges from Fort Worth Weekly’s music awards to a festival combineing tacos and wrestling and Dirk Nowitzki rounding up some players for his annual Heroes baseball game to a movie debut in Southlake. Read more

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