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Form Holiday celebrations to kissing for a good cause there is a lot to do in Dallas-Fort Worth this weekend.
Several country music favorites are coming to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.
Organizers decided to begin this year's display early, starting it on November 18, to spread holiday cheer for an extra six days.
One of the top holiday lights displays in our area is ready for this year's debut in Grand Prairie.
The Texas To-Do List checked out Val's Cheesecakes location in South Dallas, a place where you can learn to make a great dessert and help with a great cause.
This weekend in DFW your can live your Barbie dreams, see King George or the king of the dinosaurs, plus plenty of celebrations to get you in the holiday spirit.
An incredible new exhibit at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas is letting you get an up-close look at the T-Rex.
More than 2 million pounds of ice has been carved to recreate Whoville and the story of How The Grinch Stole Christmas.
Holiday at the Arboretum returns with a garden transformed for the magic of the holiday season.
Country music superstar Kenny Chesney is going on tour with Zac Brown Band next year, and it includes a stop in North Texas.
In addition to thousands of amateur and professional players, Dirk Nowitzki, Tony Romo, Jason Kidd, Scottie Scheffler and Tyler Seguin will take the court at the tournament.
Thousands of Texas Rangers fans are celebrating a World Series title and will continue celebrating Friday with a parade for the championship team in Arlington.
The Texas Rangers are taking on the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday night with a chance to win the first World Series title in franchise history. If you want to be around other fans to watch the game, here are some places you can go.
New Kids on the Block announced Monday the Magic Summer Tour, a recreation of their 1990 tour of the same name with a stop in Dallas.
Creed's popularity is booming in North Texas with the Texas Rangers' playoff run, so of course the band is making a stop in DFW for its reunion tour.
There are plenty of spooky and fun things to do in Dallas-Fort Worth this weekend.
Blink-182 is going back on the road, and they are making a stop in Fort Worth next year.
Puerto Rican rapper and singing sensation Bad Bunny will be in Dallas next year for two shows. Here's how you get tickets.
Concerts, comedy, playoff baseball and a Fair farewell. There is a lot to do in Dallas-Fort Worth this weekend.