Opinion By Bud Kennedy

Eats Beat: Wild Salsa, Chop House Burger headed to Fort Worth

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But even nearby P.F. Chang’s has “tacos” now. Plus: a chicken-fried lament.

‘The Killing’ is given another shot, this time on Netflix

The fourth and final season will be available through the service Aug. 1.

Review: TCU’s Festival of American Song

The event featured wonderful music but lacked context until its last day.

‘Book of Mormon’ coming to Bass Hall

The blockbuster musical, filled with adult humor, will be part of the 2015-’16 Performing Arts Fort Worth season.

Opinion By Bud Kennedy

Eats Beat: Old-school soft-serve draws crowds to a new-generation Dairy Queen

The Grand Prairie location is the flagship store for Texas franchises, with frozen DQ cakes and Orange Julius drinks.

Mr. Modem: Create a one-stop shop for email

And get the skinny on ‘whittling’ and on the safety of free programs.

Eyes on Arlington: Do you know your pecan trees?

If so, the Friends of the O.S. Gray Natural Area can use your help.

Social Eyes: Most Good Music Festival on Sept. 6 features country music greats

Country singers Stoney LaRue, Jack Ingram and Mike and the Moonpies will headline a big lineup of top names in country music at the Most Good Music Festival making its debut at Fort Worth’s Panther Island on Sept. 6. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Salvation Army.

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Review: Disney’s ‘Planes: Fire & Rescue’ shifts gears successfully

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The sequel packs likable new characters, a compelling story and excellent use of 3-D.

A new frontier of fun: Museum of Science and History reopens Friday

Imagine an encounter with Paluxysaurus jonesi, the intimidating 60-foot-long, 12-foot-tall official state dinosaur of Texas that roamed these parts about 112 million years ago.

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The Garden Guru: Simple lessons of a foreign lifestyle

A trip through Amish Country leads to quiet contemplation.

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Cavile Place plan for improvements

Cavile Place plan for improvements

The Stop Six neighborhood has gone from boom to bust but the Fort Worth Housing Authority and residents have a plan to bring it back.

Derek Jeter's last appearance

Derek Jeter's last appearance

Yankees legend honored Wednesday at Globe Life Park.

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Cowboys Camp 7.30.14

Training camp continues in Oxnard.

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