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Deep Ellum is "Fashion-Forward." And "Alternative." Also, "Trend-Setting."

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So says this short film, one among many just posted to the YouTube by a company called Your Concierge TV, which makes promotionals for cities and posts them to interactive maps, if this Chicago map's any indication. Only, the site's "currently in production" at the moment, so it's hard to tell what it plans on doing with its DFW videos -- 13 of them, by my count, including shorts for the Dallas Museum of Art, the Heritage Village at Old City Park and ... Grapevine Mills Mall? My, that's very fashion-forward and alternative. --Robert Wilonsky

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