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Broadway embraces diversity, but have things really changed?

This season, the theater community is celebrating how Broadway has finally become the Great un-White Way. Read more

Fort Worth Bizarre Film Festival returns Sunday

No one can accuse North Texas of not having enough film festivals. Aside from the big ones like Fort Worth’s Lone Star Film Festival in the fall and the Dallas International Film Festival in the spring, there’s the Oak Cliff Film Festival, which begins Thursday, and the just-wrappe... Read more

‘Now You See Me 2’ lacks a certain magic


Summit Entertainment

In Now You See Me 2, super-anti-hero magicians from the first film come out of hiding — in plain sight, naturally — for another round of razzle-dazzle that will save the world from the evil .00001 percent. Read more

Deanna Dewberry leaving NBC 5, station confirms



Deanna Dewberry, the consumer reporter frequently featured in promos on NBC 5, will not be with the station much longer, local-TV blogger Ed Bark reports on his Uncle Barky’s Bytes si... Read more

CBS 11’s Kaley O’Kelley to appear on ‘The Talk’



Kaley O’Kelley, who co-anchors the 5, 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts on KTVT/Channel 11, will do a spin in one of the chairs on CBS’ afternoon chat show The Talk. Read more

‘Dheepan’ is a timely and engrossing story of immigrants, family: Review


Sundance Selects

The Palme d’Or-winning Dheepan is deceptively unadorned. In its simplicity, it digs for complex feelings and ideas — and is particularly timely, considering current political winds and Paris’ announcement of its first refugee camp. Read more

Fort Worth Country Day coach Ralph Rosacker getting movie treatment

Fort Worth Country Day School and Edwards Ranch will be getting a little taste of Hollywood this weekend. Director/screenwriter Tim Williams is filming a short subject in those locations from Friday through Sunday based on the life of the late U.S. Marine lieutenant colonel Ralph “Rocky&#x... Read more

Vintage TV game shows make a comeback this summer



‘To Tell the Truth’ and ‘The $100,000 Pyramid’ are among classic game shows with fresh hosts and new twists, coming to ABC’s ‘Sunday Fun & Games’ programming block. Read more

David Bowie’s son owns the ‘Warcraft’ battlefield


Universal Studios

You could see Warcraft as just one more entry in the arms race of summer movies. Adapted from the popular video game series, the film (which Universal will release Friday) depicts the conflict on a mythical world called Azeroth, as humanity defends itself from a hord... Read more

‘Me Before You’ is good for a good cry


Warner Bros./TNS

Some people just like to cry at the movies. If you are one of those people — if you have for example actually committed to watching The Fault in Our Stars or The Notebook more than once, either endeavor an act of incomprehensible ma... Read more

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