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Snickers Unveils Record Breaking 4,700 Pound Candy Bar In Texas

Any candy lover has dreamed of one day getting to devour a candy bar large enough to feed an entire city. Luckily, that dream is now a reality, as Mars Wrigley recently broke the record for largest candy bar with their 4,700 Snickers bar. The candy bar was made to celebrate the brands 90th...
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Fort Worth Moves Forward With Plan To Tear Down The Convention Center

Fort Worth is moving forward with the plans to tear down the Fort Worth Convention Center Arena Downtown.
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Animal Sanctuary In Texas Allows Guests To Camp With Wolves For $30

Camping outside in the wilderness isn’t for everyone. Camping outside in the wilderness with wolves sounds like it’s not for anyone. Still, for only $30 those brave enough to sleep with wolves can now do so at a wolf sanctuary in Texas.
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Discovery Officially Announces The Launch Date For Chip And Joanna Gaines’ New TV Network

After months of delay, Discovery has finally announced the release date for Chip and Joanna Gaines’ new TV network, ‘Magnolia.’ According to Discovery President and CEO David Zaslav, the home and lifestyle brand will launch on October 4.
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“Dog Coachella” Is Coming To DFW This Spring

Music festivals are fun, but a day long party dedicated to dogs sounds too good to be true. Luckily an event described as “dog Coachella” is coming to DFW this spring. The Puptopia Festival is a dog centered festival perfect for any K-9 lover.
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Meat Loaf Sues Hyatt In Dallas Claiming He Suffered Injuries From Viral Fall From Stage

Back in May of 2019, the internet laughed as video surfaced of singer Meat Loaf falling off the stage at an event in Texas. Well, that viral moment is no laughing matter for the rock icon, as he is now suing hotel operator Hyatt in Texas state court.
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ESPN Is Prepping Offer To Pay Tony Romo Big Bucks

NFL free agency is as much as a big deal to players, as it is for some broadcasters. Former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has established himself as one of the top NFL color analysts. Romo will be a free agent in a few weeks, his three-year deal with CBS network is set to expire after this season...
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New High-Tech Park Coming To Downtown Dallas’ West End

The new up and coming high-tech Park is in the works and undergoing construction in Downtown Dallas’ West End.
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Bill Wisener, The Music Man Died At His Iconic Store Bill’s Record

The Dallas music community lost the great Bill Wisener, the longtime owner of Bill’s Records.
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It's Snowing In Parts Of North Texas!

And people (and pets) are loving it.
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