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Matthew McConaughey Has a Shot at the Governor's Mansion If He Wants It

1 day ago by Simone Carter
Matthew McConaughey could move into the Texas governor's mansion in 2022 if he plays his cards right.
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Dallas Music News: Local Grammy Nominations, Lights All Night Drive-In

1 day ago by David Fletcher
One of Dallas’s most beloved thrash metal bands, Power Trip, was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Metal Performance category. “Executioner's Tax (Swing of the Axe) – Live” from their 2020 release Live in Seattle: 05.28.2018 is being recognized just months after the tragic death of vocalist Riley Gale...
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You’ll Find a Goodfriend in this Breakfast Sandwich

1 day ago by Taylor Adams
There's one thing (of many) this writer and Sandwich Expert Nick Rallo agree upon: There's magic in a good breakfast sandwich. Even better is a place that does two things — opens daily and serves these meals on biscuits. Such a spot exists in East Dallas at Goodfriend Package. Observer...
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Arlington Builds an Artistic Community Through Create Arlington

1 day ago by Karen Gavis
A retro space in downtown Arlington is now second home to a creative community. When Mark Joeckel, former general manager of Arlington Music Hall, had to cancel four months of shows earlier this year because of the pandemic, he says he refocused and re-created a vision he had for local...
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If You're Having Thanksgiving, Be Sure to Follow These Safety Guidelines

2 days ago by Simone Carter
Dallas leadership is asking North Texans to reconsider Thanksgiving plans because of coronavirus.
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The Denton Spider-Man Casts Web of Joy Over North Texas

2 days ago by Simone Carter
The Denton Spider-Man spreads joy around North Texas.
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The 10 Best Fictional Songs Ever

2 days ago by Garrett Gravley
There’s an entire cottage industry of score composition for television shows and movies, and some of the best artists — such as Tangerine Dream, Wendy Carlos, Todd Rundgren and Giorgio Moroder — have become key players in this field. But there’s a world of difference between composing music to set...
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Why I'm Thankful for Bilad Bakery

2 days ago by Nick Rallo
The correct answer to the question is “yes.” The question, on a recent visit, involved the only words spoken between customer and employee — even during checkout — because there was nothing else needed. The electric knife buzzed off a layer of shawarma. A grid of the crackly chicken, charred...
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Bassem Youssef on the Difference Between Egypt's and America's Democracies and Dictatorships

2 days ago by Danny Gallagher
Thanks to a military coup and a brutal dictatorship with 60 years of oppressive experience, Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef had to move with his family to America because he dared to openly mock governmental authority. Not long afteward, Youssef found himself standing on the floor of the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse...
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Dallas Grapples With Digital Divide

3 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
Dallas' digital divide may begin to narrow soon.

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