How often do sequels live up to the originals? James Faust with the Dallas Film Society looks at “Fast & Furious 6″ and “The Hangover III,” but only one of those two movies is worthwhile.
Contestants from 12 countries will start competing in the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, held every four years in Fort Worth. Awards will be presented June 9.
Budget cuts forced Fort Worth to close city pools in need of repairs, but those pools are set to open again. Fort Worth city councilman Joel Burns talked about the opening.
Six Flags Over Texas is taking the wraps off of its new ride — the Texas SkyScreamer. CBS 11 News photographer Jake Shannon survived the ride, and showed off the view along the way.
The family film “Epic” opens in theaters this weekend. James Faust from the Dallas Film Society saw the animated flick, and thought it was a great action movie for the whole family.
Artist Jack Zajac says that learning earlier this year that his bronze sculpture was among the last works of art seen by President John F. Kennedy left him feeling “reverential.”
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Why do fans dress up in elaborate costumes to attend comic book and science fiction conventions? Head over to the Dallas Comic Con this weekend to find out.
Enjoy Late Nights at The Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Fort Worth Ultimate Women’s Expo or the Trinity River Wind Festival. The best part? It’s free!
The 29th annual Main Street Days festival in Grapevine begins on Friday, and continues through Saturday and Sunday. CBS 11 News got to preview the big event before it opened on Friday morning.
Star Trek Into Darkness finds the Starship Enterprise battling a force of terror from within its own organization. J.J. Abrams directs once again and there are surprising guest appearances.
Country superstar Randy Travis has sued two Texas agencies to block the public release of a police patrol car video of his 2012 DWI arrest in Grayson County.