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Swinger no more! Wedding Crashers star Vince Vaughn married Kyla Weber at a historical estate in Illinois according to Us magazine. Vaughn proposed to the Canadian real estate agent on Valentine's Day of '09. The marriage is the first for Vaughn, whose past love interests include Jennifer Aniston and Joey Lauren Adams.
A KING AND A CRASHER: Known for his swinger wit and party starting abilities, Vince Vaughn teams up with everyone’s favorite “King of Queens” Kevin James for the “Vince Vaughn and Kevin James Comedy Roadshow” presented by Wild West Picture Show Productions. The 14-city national tour kicks off a promotional merry-go-round for the film “The Dilemma,” starring the two leading funnymen. Expect James to “Sweat The Small Stuff,” while Vaughn turns up the heat on the raunchiness when they hit the Majestic Theatre Saturday at 7 p.m. You may even see some surprising special guests on stage including stand-up comedy performances by comedians Richie Minervini, Owen Benjamin and Steve Byrne.
MOVIE MASSACRES: With Texas already immortalized for its location in “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” – a fictional story, by the way – it’s only fitting to have the Blood Bath Film Festival in such terrifying territory. The scares of Halloween may be long gone, but the screams are just beginning as the historic Texas Theatre in Dallas serves as the perfect venue for a weekend of horror flicks. This Saturday and Sunday from noon to 8 p.m. dare to be scared as independent and underground slashing dominate the movie screen.
ALL ABOUT THE ART, DAHLING: An evening of uber-chic high-brow style dominates Victory Park for the first ever Dallas Observer Artopia. The event celebrates local Dallas artists and recognizes their efforts within the community with a few fancy shmancy awards. Enjoy food from Kenichi, Naga Thai and Medina, while sipping on cocktails listening to George Quartzto serenade the event celebrating artwork curated by Brian Gibb. Featured artists include Billy Zinser with his ‘Macrodons’ sculptures, Brent Ozaeta and his live models within a window installation, as well as Steven Hopwood-Lewis and Taro Kun -- to name a few. The upscale art spectacular is happening tonight at 8 p.m. in the former LFT and Avalon Salon. Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door.
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