Monday, October 14
You know him as Jimmy Kimmel's sidekick...Guillermo Rodriguez stops by the studio before making an appearance at Mariano's Hacienda tonight. Plus...Texas author Ben Moser talks about his book, "Sontag: Her Life and Work" where he delves into the life of one of the most emblematic voices of the 20th century. And you know what's scary? The prices of Halloween decor. How to turn everyday household items into spooky decorations.

Tuesday, October 15
McKinney author Deborah Crombie has a new book! Wait until you hear her inspiration behind the novel about a Scotland Yard Detective Superintendent. The SMU football team is doing great this season. We get you in the spirit for this weekend's game with a fun pep rally. Go Mustangs! Then, we've been talking about Breast Cancer Awareness Month all month long. Find out what you need to know about 3D Advanced Mammograms.

Wednesday, October 16
It's Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day. Find out how you can get involved in helping breast cancer survivors who have undergone breast reconstruction.Then...flamenco music and dance are coming to Dallas for the Oak Cliff Flamenco Festival. We get a sneak preview from two dancers from Spain. Plus...get a taste of the biggest, richest party in Texas when the Cattle Baron's Ball Chefs teach us how to make food fit for Southfork. And...New York Times bestselling author and Texan Shea Serrano has a new book coming out, "Movies (And Other Things)." He fills us in on the interesting content you'll find in his book about movies from sad, to insightful to funny.

Thursday, October 17
Everyone could use a little extra cash before the holidays. You don't want to miss which side hustles work and which side hustles you want to stay away from. Plus..we take a closer look at one-of-a-kind works of art on The Virgin Hotel Dallas' 16-story mural. Then...the Lone Star State has produced famous actors, directors and producers as well as served as a backdrop of many major motion pictures. The State Fair's Hall of State celebrates Texas Cinema and we give you a preview!

Friday, October 18
Groundbreaking comedian, actress, producer and author Cristela Alonzo brings her “My Affordable Care Act” stand-up tour and her new “mixtape” memoir to the Big D. Plus, he wowed Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis on “The Next Food Network Star”. Now, Award-winning chef and businessman Dom Tesoriero brings his NYC based “Mac Truck” food trucks to the Big D. Don’t miss as he makes his signature pulled pork mac and cheese! And, Dallas area singer/songwriter Key LeBlanc brings her smooth sounds to the GMT stage.