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  • The Mixmaster: Street Style
    Name: Candace Martinez Age: 32 Location: Deep Ellum Style influences: "I dress how I'm feeling. I like eclectic and vintage things but I don't want to look like I've come straight out of...
  • The Mixmaster: Street Style
    Name: Elaine Sun Age: 20 Location: Deep Ellum Style influences: "I like simple things, and having fun with [my style]." Style breakdown: Urban Outfitters dress, vest from Goodwill,...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Deep Ellum, a neighborhood known for its ups and downs, has long been home to a diverse and creative population. The 18th annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival will hit the streets April 6-8...
  • The Mixmaster: The Master List
    You've probably noticed those pink banner ads running across our homepage and pretty much every other page when you're on our website, and if you've ignored them, shame on you. You're going...
  • Music: Feature
    Sometimes you can just tell. You see when someone has something special inside them, when they're meant for bigger, better things. I always felt that way about Frank Campagna Jr., better...
  • Music: Feature
    Imagine a line stretching down the block from Trees, one filled with patrons just dying to enter the storied Deep Ellum venue. Or, well, don't. Because, really, there's no need to imagine...
  • Music: Feature
    Stop me if you've heard this before: Things are changing down in Deep Ellum. Oh, you have heard that? Well, bear with me anyway. Because as we inch closer to the proposed September opening...
  • News: Columns
    Here's hoping: On September 11, ("Deep Ellum Lives") we sneaked a peek at Scott Beck's plans to revitalize Deep Ellum, which involves his buying at least 14 acres smack in the heart of the...
  • News: Letters To The Editor
    "Deep Ellum Lives," by Robert Wilonsky, September 11 Fresh Start Well, it's easy to say that Deep Ellum could "disappear" or lose its flavor. Frankly, however, it has lost most of this due...
  • Music: Featured Stories
    Sweat beginning to stain his white shirt, Scott Beck stands on the 2600 block of Elm Street, near the Good-Latimer Expressway intersection, looking at one of the many boarded-up buildings...
  • News: Columns
    Organic brick: The cry went up almost immediately after the story broke in The Dallas Morning News last week that investment firm Beck Ventures was looking into buying 10 acres in Deep...
  • Music: Feature
    It didn't make any sense. Last Thursday, in the wake of four—yes, four—music venues and clubs closing in Deep Ellum and Exposition Park within the span of a month, the residents...
  • Music: Feature
    This Russell Hobbs guy—the one who runs The Door and The Prophet Bar down in Deep Ellum along with a handful of other The Door entities around the region, the one who had a hand in...
  • News
    Dallas City Council member Mitchell Rasansky is probably the last person you want having any say in the future of Deep Ellum. He's ancient. He's cranky. And it's a safe bet that, other than...
  • Music: Feature
    Two pillars—one an old stalwart, one a new roustabout—of Deep Ellum were Q&A'd on local Web sites last week. The stalwart was Frank Campagna—the feisty proprietor of Kettle...
  • News: Columns
    Oh, Canada: Buzz is not from Dallas. We're not a huge fan of the live music scene, and we detest nostalgia, so the wrangling over the future of Deep Ellum always sounded like so much real...
  • Music: Feature
    Down in Deep Ellum, the scene outside Tom Cats is a study in juxtaposition. Two members of a heavy metal band stand outside in a slight chill, hands in pockets, their two girlfriends waiting...
  • Music: Column
    Anyone who ventured down to Deep Ellum Friday night saw an unlikely sight: Mayor Laura Miller, club- and restaurant-hopping like a sorority girl the night after final exams. In tow were her...
  • Music: Column
    There you have it, Dallas. The tombstone. It's glaring at you from newsstands all over town--even in the very district it's damning, Deep Ellum--and we at the Dallas Observer really wish we...
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