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ERCOT Asks Texans to Conserve. But What Happened to February's Costly Energy Bills?

9 hours ago by Simone Carter
Months after February's deadly winter storm, questions remain surrounding who will foot consumers' sky-high energy bills.
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Seven Under-the-Radar Dallas Restaurants That Serve Big Flavors Without Big Hype

9 hours ago by Brian Reinhart
Last week, I had a flawlessly-cooked medium-rare steak at The Mitchell, then posted a picture on Instagram. In the caption, I asked, basically: Where is everybody?
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Loro Dallas Sets an Opening Date, and We Meet the New Chef, Mike Perez

9 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Loro Asian Smokehouse, the Uchi and Franklin Barbecue collaboration that hails from Austin, is finally set to open in East Dallas on Monday, July 5.
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Best Things To Do in Dallas June 16–22

9 hours ago by Diamond Rodrigue
Like most artists, Tokyo-based Tomoo Gokita spent life during the pandemic lockdown working on his craft, and breaking the boundaries of his own art by abandoning his usual monochromatic and grayscale figurative paintings for vibrant pastels — with motifs ranging from pin-up models and female wrestlers to Donald Trump and socially distanced individuals — for a series titled Get Down.
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In Honor of the New Simpsons Pop-Up Bar, Here Are the Show's Best Dallas Moments

9 hours ago by Liam Gaughan
If a traffic jam on Interstate highway 35 inspired you to let out a “D’oh!” then we might have the place for you.
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Things to Do: Fun Food Events This Week (June 16-20)

9 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
Father’s Day is coming up, it’s hot outside and we need things to do that will keep us literally and figuratively cool. Luckily, events are back to near pre-pandemic levels and there’s something to do every night this week. The lineup includes silly, serious,
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Searching for Psychic Ann: One Man's Fight Against a Shadowy Group of Grifters

9 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Desperate and looking for guidance, a California man reached out to a psychic. It ended up costing him $90,000.
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Electrik Ants Channel Cosmic Hip-Hop in Their Newest Release

9 hours ago by Jamie Vahala
In 1969, as the free love-obsessed hippie movement was giving way to a more spacy 1970s, author Philip K. Dick wrote a short story, “The Electric Ant, '' a cerebral sci-fi piece about a person stuck between being a robot or a man.
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Dallas Observer Morning After Brunch Is Back, Presale Tickets Available Now

1 day ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
If any city deserves an entire event to flaunt its brunch game, it’s Dallas. On Sunday, Sept. 12, it’ll get just that. The Dallas Observer is hosting its 5th Annual The Morning After Brunch at the Dallas Farmers Market and presale tickets
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In Denton, a Fight is Brewing Over Pride and Juneteenth Flags

1 day ago by Simone Carter
Some on Denton City Council are resisting an effort to raise Pride and Juneteenth flags.

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