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Dallas Grapples With Digital Divide

7 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Dallas' digital divide may begin to narrow soon.

Waffle House’s Top 10 Songs of 2020: The True Slow Jam Waffle Experience

7 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
There are many reasons Waffle House should be revered as a national icon and not just because it’s a cross-section of breakfast food and culture. Also, because of FEMA’s Waffle House Index and the fact that they’re open on Christmas Day because “some people don’t have a family, so they come...

Power Trip, Post Malone and More Locals Receive Grammy 2021 Nominations

7 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
Pandemic be damned, the self-acclaimed “Music’s Biggest Night” is making a return via livestream in 2021, and once again, North Texans have made the cut. The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony will be hosted by comedian and Daily Show host Trevor Noah on Jan. 31, “rain or shine, COVID-19 vaccine...

Dallasites Share Their Favorite Memories and Dishes of Thanksgiving

7 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
This year as we give thanks with our nuclear units, we might find ourselves reflecting on years past, when we lived outside a quarantine bubble. Remember the year we all did the mannequin challenge? Or that time your siblings laughed at you when you singed your eyebrows checking the gas...

First Look: Yellow Rosa Offers a Little Refuge in Deep Ellum

7 hours ago by Anthony Macias
There is a new speakeasy in town, and if you blink, you might miss the door to a hidden oasis. Yellow Rosa recently opened in Deep Ellum, alongside sister business Basic Taco. The former takes inspiration from the cantinas of San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico. San Miguel is...

Every November, a Writing Group Is Making Published Authors Out of Locals

7 hours ago by Karen Gavis
Although they often write in self-imposed solitude, this month, scribes will have a chance to get ... well ... Zoom together for some all-nighter writing sessions. November is National Novel Writing Month and NaNoWriMoers nationwide will be jotting down 50,000 words before the clock strikes midnight on Nov. 30. “I...

Zaap Kitchen's Takeout Offers Lao and Thai Meals Worth Craving

7 hours ago by Philip Kingston
Zaap Kitchen Lao & Thai Street Eats is a cutely packaged, three-store concept serving Lao and Thai dishes fast-casual. I visited the North Fitzhugh Avenue store located in a nicely renovated, old two-story strip center so close to Strangeways that I got irritated pulling up thinking about how much I miss that...

Fate of Three Confederate Paintings in Texas Senate Chamber Is Uncertain

7 hours ago by Simone Carter
Monday, the Senate Chamber Review Committee discussed the future of three Confederate paintings hanging in the Texas Senate Chamber.

Review: Luna 23 is a Oaxacan Culinary Embassy in Garland

1 day ago by Brian Reinhart
“I like to describe Oaxaca as the Texas of Mexico,” Leslie Luna says. Texans might think that’s big talk, but Oaxacans can back it up with a unique centuries-old heritage that sets their state apart from the rest of Mexico in culture, history and cuisine. “There is just so much...

The Most Entertaining Photos from the Dallas Trump Rally

1 day ago by Eva Raggio
Politics are serious: Our votes affect livelihoods, freedoms and the pursuit of happiness. But sometimes, politics are unequivocally hilarious. Dallas photographer Ron Shipp ventured to downtown Dallas on Nov. 14 to document the pro-President Donald J. Trump rally that took the streets to demand a recount of votes — or,...

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