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First Look: Haywire Brings Lavish Southern Fare to Uptown

15 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
A Legacy West favorite has made its way to Uptown. Earlier this month, Haywire opened its second location on McKinney Avenue in Dallas.
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The State Fair Has Announced the 2021 Cooking Contests; We've Got Inside Tips

15 hours ago by Kristina Rowe
Have you ever showed up to the State Fair of Texas with a covered dish? If not, you’re missing out on one of the fair’s best annual traditions — the cooking contests.
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The Dallas Men We Wish Were Our Fathers (and Those Who Should Keep Wearing Condoms)

15 hours ago by Liam Gaughan
Whether you’ve mapped out an extensive breakfast feast or you’re waiting for a last-minute Amazon delivery, Father’s Day 2021 is the perfect opportunity to treat our dads. Seriously. You only have to do it once a year.
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Did the FBI Meddle in Dallas Politics to Catch Corrupt Politicians?

15 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
The FBI calls public corruption its top criminal investigative priority. They're pulling off these kinds of stings in cities all over the country.
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A Gainesville Confederate Statue is Gone. Activists Say There's More Work to Be Done.

15 hours ago by Simone Carter
On Wednesday, a Confederate statue in Gainesville's Leonard Park was removed.
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A Post-Pandemic Pop-Punk Revival Is in Full Swing

15 hours ago by Mark E. Moon
Get that Atticus clothing ready and start brushing up on each state’s age of consent laws, because if TikTok trends are an accurate litmus test (and they often are), pop-punk is back!
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The Lost Cajun in Keller Sues to Halt Federal Preference to Minority Restaurants, Gets $187K

1 day ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
The New York Times reported that millions in funding for minority-owned restaurants was recently halted because of a lawsuit filed by the owners of The Lost Cajun in Keller.
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East Dallas Residents Want the Spaghetti Warehouse Trolley Back

2 days ago by Trace Miller
For a group of Dallas residents, one streetcar is truly named desire.
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12 Terrific Options for Father’s Day Dining and Gifts

2 days ago by Kristina Rowe
There are all kinds of dads, and lucky for us, there are all kinds of ways to make them feel special, at least one day of the year. Dallas restaurants are offering brunches, cocktails, dinners and gifts that will let Dad know how much he means to you.
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Dallas Expanded a Rapid Mental Health Dispatch Program, but Some Want Longer Hours

2 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
They operate seven days a week, 16 hours a day between two shifts. One shift runs from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. and the other runs from then till 11 p.m.

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