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Movie review: ‘Winter Sleep’


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In one of a hundred perfect little moments in Winter Sleep, a wealthy landowner, smiling, chuckling, consents to having his hand kissed by a young boy who threw a rock at the man’s Land Rover. Read more

Coyote Drive-In cruises into Lewisville

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Fort Worth’s Coyote Drive-In is expanding — all the way to Lewisville. Read more

Movie review: ‘Vice’



Bruce Willis has aged into a fit, bald menace, a character actor best-suited to chewy supporting parts in ensemble action pictures. “Has been?” Maybe. He should be looking at cable TV scripts. Read more

Sports anchor Babe Laufenberg leaving CBS 11

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Babe Laufenberg, who has been KTVT/Channel 11’s main sports anchor for 17 years, announced Tuesday on Twitter that he is leaving the station. Read more

NBC5 hires new weekend meteorologist


Courtesy of Brian James

Brian James, who comes from KVII in Amarillo, will be KXAS/Channel 5’s new weekend-morning meteorologist beginning in March, NBC5 announced Monday. Read more

Globes show Texas, Richard Linklater some love

72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards - Press Room


Boyhood has grown up into an award-winner. Read more

And the awards go to...

72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards - Show


Here is the list of winners at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards. For more information, go to goldenglobes.com. Read more

Golden Globes fashion: best and worst from the red carpet

The 2015 award season kicked off Sunday night with the 72nd Golden Globes, and with it came the start of another red carpet season that is sure to be filled with lots of high fashion hits and misses. Read more

Angela Bassett directs ‘loving, but honest’ Whitney Houston biopic


Jack Zeman

The late Whitney Houston was one of a kind. Read more

Indie-film brothers take the leap into TV with ‘Togetherness’


Melissa Moseley

Togetherness, the new comedy from HBO, started its creative journey with those “uh-oh” moments that many people experience in their 30s. Read more

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